ENFPs & Stress – Advice For The ENFPs DARK SIDE

by Dan Johnston

ENFPs & Stress – Advice For The ENFPs DARK SIDE

“When you’re under extreme levels of stress, you’re not going to be aware of this happening…”

In 2011 I was going through a period of EXTREME STRESS. We’re talking Greek Mafia debt collectors and all the other stresses of growing two new businesses. As an ENFP the confrontation and stress was extremely tough. It was in this time when I discovered the ENFP dark side, or enfp shadow personality.

Under extreme stress ENFPs become a totally different person. It is said we take on the negative traits of our opposite, the ISTJ. Of course, when under stress, it is very hard to tell this is happening and you can potentially ruin friendships, burn bridges, and just generally f*ck up your life. Hopefully this video and advice will help you prevent that from happening.

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Comments 1

  1. Claudia

    Man, oh, man. I wish I’d seen this video YEARS ago. There have been three times in my life where I’ve gone over to the ‘dark side’ — each time burning a bridge that cannot be rebuilt.

    Lately I’ve been beating myself up for that even though I know perfectly well that it doesn’t help matters and only makes me feel worse. In an effort to be kind to myself, and recognizing that I’m on the verge of getting my flamethrower out once again, I remembered that I do come with a bit of an instruction manual. Namely, the fact that I’m ENFP and that’s how I found this page.

    Thank you very much for helping to put these episodes into perspective! Instead of brooding about what cannot be undone, I’m going to do my best to focus on how to manage stress levels ENFP-style so that I make it to the other side unscathed.

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