Biggest Turn Offs of Each Myers-Briggs Type

The Biggest Personality Turn Off For Each Myers-Briggs Type

We brought to you The Biggest Personality Turn On For Each Myers-Briggs Type and now it is time for the things that turn each type off. Each person finds themselves turned off by certain personality traits and these reactions can be related to personality types. So here is the quality you are most likely to find unattractive based on your Myers-Briggs type.

 

INFJ- Arrogance

Arrogance and insensitivity are the biggest turn offs for an INFJ. When someone treats others poorly and acts as though they are better than them, the INFJ will become disinterested and even disgusted by that person. Few things will anger an INFJ more than seeing someone be mistreated by an individual who acts superior to them. This is an instant personality turn off, and will definitely cause the INFJ to lose interest in a person.

ENFJ- Unappreciative

A person who is sloppy and does not appreciate the actions of others, will be a huge turn off for an ENFJ. They don’t like feeling like someone is using them for their kindness and will no longer be interested in someone who does not appreciate them. ENFJs dislike when someone is inconsiderate and does whatever they please without ever thinking about others.

INFP- Superficiality

INFPs are strongly turned off by people who are extremely superficial. They will find themselves disgusted by a person who lives only for materialistic things. INFPs enjoy depth and meaning, which makes surface centered people very unattractive to them. If someone is shallow and does not show signs of curiosity, that is definitely a major turn off for the INFP.

ENFP- Controlling Behavior

ENFPs enjoy their freedom and are extremely turned off by anyone who attempts to control them. Trying to manipulate or force them into something will instantly push the ENFP away. They enjoy moving at their own pace and absolutely despise anyone who tries to force them into anything. Allowing an ENFP to have their freedom is actually very attractive to them. An individual who strives to gain control over the ENFP or anyone else around them, is going to turn them off completely.

 

INTJ- Small-Mindedness

INTJs are truly turned off by people who are small-minded and closed off. They dislike when people are incapable of comprehending them and will be disinterested in shallow or clueless people. INTJs are very turned off by individuals who are small-minded and incapable of seeing other people’s points of view. INTJs enjoy people who are intelligent and well-spoken and who thrive to understand the truth about things.

ENTJ- Over-dramatic

People who are dramatic and whiny are extremely unattractive to ENTJs. Causing foolish drama or blowing things out of proportion are major turn offs for them. ENTJs enjoy people are rational and capable of controlling their emotions. If someone is over the top it appears self-centered and obnoxious to most ENTJs. They do appreciate having fun from time to time, but they dislike when people demand attention by using silly drama.

INTP- Manipulation

INTPs are extremely turned off by someone who attempts to manipulate them. An individual who is entirely dishonest is going to be rather unattractive to INTPs. They enjoy people who are self-aware and capable of understanding them without trying to push them too far. INTPs crave understanding on every level and feel completely betrayed by someone who attempts to manipulate a situation. Dishonesty and neediness are extremely big turn offs for INTPs.

ENTP- Ignorance

ENTPs are turned off by people who express an obvious ignorance in their personality. They crave knowledge and enjoy being able to communicate with open-minded people. If someone is completely ignorant and incapable of opening their mind to new experiences, the ENTP will be very turned off by this. They enjoy pushing buttons and stretching the limits, and the ENTP cannot do this with someone who is willfully ignorant.

 

ISFJ- Lack of Manners

ISFJs dislike rude people who lack proper manners. To them acting appropriate in all situations is a way of showing that you respect and care for others. Someone who doesn’t use manners and show respect for others is a huge turn off for ISFJs. They enjoy polite and kind people who actually consider the feelings of others and are capable of communicating properly.

ESFJ- Coldness

ESFJs enjoy warmth and are often repelled by someone who treats them coldly. A person who acts as if they are better than others and shows complete disinterest, is completely unattractive to ESFJs. They are turned off by someone who treats them poorly or aggressively. They enjoy tenderness and kindness, which makes a cold person rather unappealing to an ESFJ.

ISTJ- Flightiness

ISTJs enjoy reliability and will often be turned off by someone who is flighty. If a person doesn’t seem aware of their surroundings or what it means to be socially appropriate, the ISTJ will become quickly disinterested. They are turned off by silly or clueless people and enjoy serious intellectually driven individuals.

ESTJ- Messiness

ESTJs are turned off by clutter and mess, and will often be grossed out by an individual who doesn’t maintain themselves. Someone who is sloppy and all over the place is really unattractive to ESTJs. They are often drawn to people who can be a bit spontaneous and out there, but dislike if someone cannot clean up after themselves.

 

ISTP- Clingy Behavior

ISTPs are extremely turned off by clingy behavior and insecurities. They enjoy their freedom and dislike if someone attempts to control them or fawn all over them. They enjoy people who are confident in themselves and know exactly what they want. If someone is clingy and incapable of leaving them be, the ISTP will become very turned off by this behavior.

ESTP- Dullness

ESTPs dislike people who are boring and incapable of keeping them entertained. Someone who is too readily available to them all of the time, is going to be very unattractive to an ESTP. They crave excitement and enjoy people who can keep them guessing. If someone is dull and cannot keep the ESTP intrigued they will be instantly turned off by this person.

ISFP- Cruelty

ISFPs are tender individuals who truly dislike cruelty and dishonesty. If someone is harsh or mean to the ISFP, they will be completely turned off by this behavior. ISFPs will also be disgusted by someone who is mean to other people and especially animals or children. They enjoy people are kind and complex and are displeased by cruelty and hatred.

ESFP- Aloofness

ESFPs despise being ignored and will often be turned off by someone who attempts to take their spotlight. Being ignored is one of the biggest turn offs of an ESFP and they will quickly become frustrated with this person. ESFPs enjoy excitement and intrigue and will also be turned off by anyone who is too boring or self-centered.

 

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Myers-Briggs Turn Ons

The Biggest Personality Turn On For Each Myers-Briggs Type

The physical qualities that each person finds attractive cannot be traced back to their personality type. Everyone finds different physical traits appealing and these things are entirely subjective. Although physical traits may not be type related, personality traits that each Myers-Briggs type finds attractive are. Here are the personality traits that will turn each Myers-Briggs type on the most.

 

INFJ- Wit

INFJs are drawn to intelligence and they want their partners to favor intelligence as well. To an INFJ someone with an intricate and thoughtful mind, is extremely attractive. The combination of intelligence and a great sense of humor is kind of like catnip to an INFJ. They find themselves extremely turned on by someone who is witty and well-spoken. Everyone is attracted to different physical traits, but INFJs are often more drawn to the internal aspects of a person. They may find themselves very turned on by someone who knows how to make them laugh and impress them with their rhetoric.

ENFJ- Effort

ENFJs are often very attracted to someone who expresses effort. The little things that people do to show affection will often leave the ENFJ completely enamored by someone. The sexiest thing to an ENFJ is someone who goes out of their to express their desire for the ENFJ. A sense of effort and kindness is one of the most attractive qualities to this personality type.

INFP- Imagination

INFPs are often very attracted to someone who expresses a deep sense of imagination. They also find themselves very turned on by confidence and inner strength. A person who knows how to conduct themselves in an assured and determined manner, will often leave the INFP very intrigued. Someone who is capable of standing up for themselves is a huge turn on for most INFPs. When someone knows what they believe in and stands by that, it is definitely an INFPs weakness.

ENFP- Individuality

ENFPs love someone who shows a sense of individuality and independence. A person who has their own dreams and desires is going to be completely intriguing to an ENFP. They also find themselves turned on by someone who has a strong sense of mystery and even aloofness. A free-spirited person who is often in their own world, is a huge turn on to the ENFP. They often like the sense of a challenge and enjoy putting forth effort to get to know someone. If it comes too easy the ENFP might find that person boring or like they lack a sense of uniqueness.

 

INTJ- Uniqueness

INTJs are very attracted to people who are a mystery to them. They are completely turned off by someone who is boring or shallow, so someone unique is very sexy to an INTJ. A person with complex thoughts and actions will often leave an INTJ completely intrigued. They often dislike someone who doesn’t show confidence in their actions, and admire someone who knows what they want. Unpredictability is actually a big turn on for INTJs because they love someone who can keep them thinking and pique their curiosity.

ENTJ- Competence

ENTJs are extremely turned on by a strong sense of confidence. Someone who is independent and goes for what they want is one of the most attractive qualities to an ENTJ. They enjoy someone who is capable of taking charge and will often enjoy someone who comes onto them first. Confidence is one of the biggest weaknesses of an ENTJ, and they enjoy a competent individual.

INTP- Understanding

INTPs are often very attracted to someone who is capable of understanding them. INTPs often have a thought process that can be challenging to follow and they find themselves very attracted to someone who is capable of following them. INTPs dislike being bored, which means they are often turned on by someone who shakes things up. A person who knows how to be spontaneous and push their buttons often causes an INTP be extremely attracted to those qualities.

ENTP- Passion

ENTPs often find themselves turned on by someone who is capable of expressing themselves with a strong sense of passion. They enjoy an intense individual who can spark their interest without much effort. ENTPs are very attracted to independent thinkers who know what they want and are capable of expressing that. They dislike people who shy away from struggle and will often be turned off by closed-mindedness.

 

ISFJ- Assertiveness

ISFJs are often turned on by someone who knows how to take charge of a situation. Someone with a calm sense of assertiveness is very attractive to an ISFJ. They enjoy people who are capable of expressing themselves without being too pushy or controlling. ISFJs enjoy people who are capable of intriguing them with their intellect and sense of confidence.

ESFJ- Body Language

ESFJs are very centered around peoples ability to portray their emotions. They are often very turned on by someone who is very physically expressive. Someone who is good with their body language will leave an ESFJ extremely intrigued and turned on. Someone who is open and honest is also extremely attractive to an ESFJ.

ISTJ- Trust

ISTJs prefer reliability when it comes to people and are often more attracted to a strong sense of trust. A person who seems to know themselves very well and is capable of keeping the ISTJ interested, is a big turn on for them. ISTJs find themselves most attracted to someone who makes them feel safe and comfortable. They can be very modest and personal about their sexual desires, and will only be drawn to someone who makes them feel at ease.

ESTJ- Confidence

ESTJs are attracted to someone who is confident and self-assured. They are often turned on by someone who knows their own worth and attractiveness. ESTJs like to be the one to take charge of a situation, and often enjoy a good challenge. Even though the ESTJ likes to take charge, they enjoy someone who is confident in themselves and knows what they want.

 

ISTP- Openness

ISTPs are often turned on by someone who is open about sex and what they desire. They enjoy someone who is calm and comfortable talking about things with them. People who hold back and are dishonest are often uninteresting to ISTPs. People who are direct and at ease with themselves often turn an ISTP on very much. If someone is capable of taking charge and going for what they want, it will often be very attractive to the ISTP.

ESTP- Aloofness

ESTPs often enjoy the thrill of the chase and dislike anything that comes too easy. Neediness is one of the biggest turn offs for an ESTP, and often makes someone unattractive to them. Someone who is completely aloof and in their own world is often extremely intriguing to an ESTP. They enjoy someone who doesn’t seem completely eager and easy to get.

ISFP- Tenderness

ISFPs are often turned on by a sense of tenderness and warmth in a person. If someone is capable of expressing themselves to the ISFP in an inviting way, they will be very attracted to that quality. ISFPs dislike aggression and are often put off strongly by people who possess angry qualities. They are most turned on by a tender and sensual individual.

ESFP- Excitement

ESFPs crave excitement and are often very turned on by someone who is spontaneous. They are attracted to people who are courageous and strong-willed. A person who does not give up and is capable of being assertive will often be very appealing to an ESFP. ESFPs dislike being bored and will often be very turned on by someone who knows how to mix things up for them.

 

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