Myers-Briggs Type and Stress

I’d love to hear from you, readers!

As mentioned previously, when we continue to live in a MBTI letter preference that isn’t our preferred letter preference, this is what causes us stress. For example, an intuitive living in a very sensory environment (i.e. a corporate engineering company) can cause a lot of stress for that person. A person with a preference for intuition can certainly use sensing, and use it well, however, not being able to theorize, or think abstractly or ask “what if?” will cause the person with the intuition preference to become stifled and stressed. In extreme cases with no relief, this can lead to depression and anxiety. We can use our knowledge of our MBTI letter preferences, the cognitive functions and what causes each type stress and anxiety to mitigate overwhelm and stress.

This is where you come in. I’d love to hear your type, what causes you stress, and how you overcome & mitigate it. Feel free to comment on the blog post, but also email me! I’d love to hear from you:

Email me: infinitetealskies@gmail.com

Link to MBTI Training Institute: https://mbtitraininginstitute.myersbriggs.org/ 

Additionally, I have a free gift offering! When you sign up for my newsletter on my website, you will receive a free PDF about MBTI Type Dynamics. Sign up here:  Teal’s Newsletter 

I can also help if you don’t know your type and want to find out. I am a certified MBTI practitioner and can help you to find your best fit type. Take a look at my coaching and consultation page on the website for more information.

Happy Sunday! 

Love,

Teal

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