Written By Kirsten Moodie
Here’s How Boisterous You Are, According to Your Personality Type
While some people are very reserved, others can be somewhat animated. Here is how boisterous you are, according to your personality type.
INFJs are not very boisterous people, and keep most of their emotions inside. They can appear rather reserved to others, at least until they get really close to someone. When the INFJ trusts a person and become very comfortable with them, they can let out a more animated side to their personality. They can become rather playful and outgoing, which is entirely surprising to some. INFJs do keep a lot inside though, and when they are around strangers they certainly don’t express themselves in an outgoing or animated way.
ENFJs can definitely be boisterous people, especially when they are excited about something. They have very passionate personalities, and aren’t afraid of being a little over the top. ENFJs are sociable and friendly, and will go out of their way to make someone else feel comfortable. While they do have times where they feel a bit more reserved, ENFJs can push themselves to entertain others. They are certainly expressive people, especially around the ones they love the most.
INFPs aren’t often boisterous people, and often keep to themselves most of the time. They can be seen as quiet by strangers, but that is only because they don’t feel comfortable expressing things to people they do not know. INFPs can also spend a lot of time inside of their own imaginations, which makes them seem a bit aloof. When the INFP does trust and care for someone, they become a much more expressive and outgoing person. When they trust someone though the INFP can become rather silly and even a bit rowdy.
ENFPs are complicated people, who seem to change their mood somewhat often. When the ENFP is feeling caught up in their own thoughts, they can be extremely quiet and even a bit reserved. While they can sometimes be very internal, the ENFP can also be outgoing and even a bit boisterous. They have so much going on inside of their minds, which creates rather intriguing and often surprising reactions externally. When the ENFP is feeling playful and even a bit silly, they can be over the top and spirited people.
INTJs are not boisterous people, and are much more reserved most of the time. They keep most of their emotions inside, and would rather express themselves in a calm manner. INTJs enjoy their privacy, and value their right to keep their personal information to themselves. INTJs do have a passionate side, but they don’t need to express excitement in a dramatic way. They are internal people and are much better when they are given time to process their thoughts and feelings without having to share it with everyone.
ENTJs are sometimes larger than life people, and can be somewhat animated within the right situations. When the ENTJ needs to express something they will certainly be boisterous about it, and they aren’t afraid to make a little noise. ENTJs are passionate people who don’t mind being the center of attention, especially if they are trying to make a point. They are expressive when it comes to taking charge of a situation and simply want to get things done.
INTPs are extremely reserved people when they are around others, and keep their emotions inside most of the time. It can be difficult for INTPs to express their feelings outwardly, even if they make an attempt to do so. INTPs are definitely not boisterous people, and are rarely seen as very animated. They might actually want to express themselves more, or might feel like they are putting themselves out there more than they actually are. INTPs are just naturally internal people who keep their emotions and reactions inside most of the time.
ENTPs can actually be pretty expressive and boisterous people, who enjoy being animated. They can be somewhat over the top when they are feeling passionate and truly excited by something. They definitely aren’t afraid to express themselves, and can be very outgoing people when they want to be. ENTPs might keep their deep emotions inside, but they will express fleeting ones like excitement over something new.
ISTJs are somewhat reserved people, especially when it comes to their emotions. They aren’t normally over the top, and would rather keep to themselves in many situations. ISTJs are capable of holding their own in a social setting, they just don’t need to scream for attention in order to be heard. ISTJs certainly need their space in life, and don’t want to be seen as the one always being overly animated or rowdy.
ESTJs can definitely be boisterous people, especially with something they are passionate about. They aren’t afraid to take charge and express themselves, and are always trying to improve the situation. ESTJs are hardworking people, and can be a bit intense when they are trying to get things done. ESTJs can have somewhat larger than life personalities, and aren’t afraid to make their presence known. If the ESTJ is trying to express themselves they certainly won’t hold back.
ISFJs are definitely not boisterous people, and prefer to be reserved and keep to themselves. They don’t want to appear disrespectful or obnoxious to others, so they are more relaxed when expressing themselves. ISFJs can seem a bit internalized even to their loved ones, and would much rather maintain a sense of peace in their environment. Someone who is to too over the top or animated can seem a bit annoying to the ISFJ.
ESFJs aren’t usually seen as boisterous people, and often dislike being center of attention. They would rather let their loved ones shine, and can appreciate them from the sidelines. While ESFJs don’t fight for center of attention, they can hold their own in social situations. They like having fun with someone they care for, and can seem animated when they are feeling passionate about something. ESFJs just don’t enjoy overshadowing people, and are unlikely to be the loudest person in the room.
ISTPs are not boisterous people, and can seem a bit quiet to others. They keep to themselves most of the time and would much rather maintain a sense of peace. They don’t want to be in other people’s faces, since ISTPs are somewhat internalized people. They aren’t afraid to take chances in life, but those chances rarely include expressing themselves in front of other people. ISTPs keep their thoughts inside most of the time, since they are internally analytical people.
ESTPs definitely can be boisterous sometimes, especially if they are excited about something. They enjoy going on adventures and like them even better when they have a loved one to join them. ESTPs can be a bit animated when they are feeling passionate or intense about something, and aren’t afraid to express themselves. For ESTPs it entirely depends on their mood, since some days they are a bit internalized and just want to have a sense of peace and quiet.
ISFPs can be somewhat quiet people, since they don’t enjoy having to express themselves by force. ISFPs often seem shy to strangers, but can become extremely animated around their loved ones. ISFPs are different people around the ones they trust, and are expressive and fun when they feel comfortable being themselves. They have a rather playful side to their personality, they can just be fearful of letting that out sometimes.
ESFPs can be very boisterous people, especially when they are trying to entertain others. They are not afraid to go over the top in order to make sure everyone is having a good time. ESFPs can often make themselves a bit overly expressive, and don’t mind being a little foolish. They enjoy being the center of attention, and simply want to make sure that everyone is having a good time. ESFPs can get caught up in the moment, and this makes them rather animated when they are expressive themselves.
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