Personality Types And Trigger Warnings – Part 2 | Podcast 0453

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In this podcast Joel and Antonia continue their 2 part discussion about how personality types experience triggers.


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  • Eric

    This was a great supplement to the Type and Self-Care program back in April 🙂

  • INFJ

    This was so interesting. The way you described INFJ triggers, felt quite triggering, although I would not have described it as this previously. I would have said, it is quite hard to get a reaction from me, at least outwardly. Now I’m rethinking.

  • Elise Allan

    Brilliant podcast – I felt my hackles rise – thank you!

  • Tim

    This was really interesting, with lots of food for thought. I’m going to have to listen again and make notes. I found I relate to a few different things mentioned, though I’ll have to think some more about what’s actually triggering for me.

    I’d quite like to know more about ESxPs experiences with overthinking. I suppose all types overthink in different ways. In my case (INTJ, I think), I usually think so much I run out of time to act, or overcomplicate things that should be simple. When I’ve been told I think too much, it’s usually because I said something unexpected that almost never took much thought.

    Anyway, I’ve been listening for a while and thought I should finally post something and say thanks for the podcasts, they’ve been very helpful. Thanks.

    • Antonia Dodge

      ESFPs consider themselves ‘over-thinkers’ whenever their 3rd and 4th functions introduce uncertainty in their action-taking. I suspect it’s a very different experience from (say) the INTJ concept of ‘over thinking’.

      Thanks for the comment!


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