Here’s How Self-Reliant You Are, According to Your Personality Type

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Here’s How Self-Reliant You Are, According to Your Personality Type

Written By Kirsten Moodie

Here’s How Self-Reliant You Are, According to Your Personality Type

While some people don’t mind depending on others, others are extremely self-reliant. Here is how self-reliant you are, according to your personality type.

 

INFJ

INFJs are definitely self-reliant and independent people, who strive to take care of themselves. INFJs also have a tendency to put other people’s needs onto their list of priorities. They care for others and are want to see people happy. INFJs don’t often rely on others for their own care, and try hard to maintain a sense of independence. They don’t want to be a burden on others, so INFJs often work hard to rely only on themselves for most things. Occasionally they will find someone they can depend on, but they still try hard not to burden them.

ENFJ

ENFJs are extremely self-reliant people, who prefer to get things done themselves. They do not like relying on others, and often feel like a burden when they need help. ENFJs are often seen tending to their own needs, as well as the needs of everyone around them. They want people to feel comfortable relying on them for things and care deeply for their loved ones. ENFJs are hardworking people, who rarely rely on others for much in their lives. They simply prefer to have a sense of independence and are always pushing themselves above and beyond.

INFP

INFPs definitely enjoy having a sense of independence, but they don’t mind relying on other people for things. When the INFP trusts someone they enjoy being able to connect with them. They like the idea of having people in their lives they can rely on, and who can rely on them in return. INFPs don’t want to depend on people for everything though, and try to be capable of tending to their own needs. They might have times where their mind is so filled with imagination and thoughts that they forget to care for their needs. When this happens it is helpful for them to have supportive loved ones to ensure that they remember to care for themselves.

ENFP

ENFPs are very independent people, who enjoy being able to rely on themselves for things. They definitely strive to be self-reliant people, who value being able to do their own thing. They enjoy having their freedom in life, especially since ENFPs love being able to explore the possibilities around them. They dislike feeling like they are a burden to others, and don’t want to be pampered. ENFPs do have moments where they trust someone, which helps them rely on those people for things. There are times when ENFPs feel safe relying on others, but they do strive to be self-reliant.

 

INTJ

INTJs are extremely independent and self-reliant people, who strive to do things themselves. They don’t enjoy having to depend on others for things, and prefer to take care of their own needs. INTJs sometimes struggle to trust other people, and have a mentality of wanting to do things themselves. They put a lot of time and thought into their actions, which is why INTJs prefer to rely on themselves. They don’t want to depend on other people because they realize that can be unreliable and unproductive. That doesn’t mean they don’t trust a few special people, they simply don’t want to start to depend on them for things.

ENTJ

ENTJs are hardworking people who value efficiency above most other things. They are very self-reliant, and dislike having to depend on others most of the time. ENTJs enjoy having things done a certain way and realize that in order to do this they need to take care of things themselves. They can become frustrated when they have to rely on others, since oftentimes people will fail to live up to their expectations. ENTJs definitely prefer to be independent, and don’t want to have to enlist others to do things for them.

INTP

INTPs are definitely independent people, who don’t enjoy the idea of relying on others. While INTPs desire to be self-reliant, they do have moments where they find themselves depending on others. This usually only happens when the INTP is focused on their own inner thoughts, and fails to tend to their own needs. They might not even fully recognize the people around them who tend to these needs, because they are often so distracted by their own thoughts. INTPs prefer to be self-reliant, but there are times when they depend on others.

ENTP

ENTPs are definitely self-reliant people, who dislike having to depend on others. ENTPs simply enjoy their freedom, and having to rely on other people can strip that away from them. They want to be able to explore their possibilities and hate feeling stuck in one place. ENTPs don’t enjoy having other people control them, and might feel overwhelmed if they have to depend on someone else. They prefer to keep a sense of freedom and don’t mind doing most things themselves.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs are definitely self-reliant people, and work hard to get things done themselves. They are very capable of taking care of themselves, and don’t want to have to rely on others for most things. ISTJs are the type of people who will provide for the needs of their loved ones. They don’t want to feel like a burden on others, so they will often rely on themselves for things. ISTJs are hardworking and intelligent people, who have a strong sense of responsibility.

ESTJ

ESTJs are hardworking and driven people, who rarely rely on others. They have a strong sense of independence and work hard to provide for their loved ones. ESTJs are often very self-reliant people, especially since they enjoy having things done a certain way. They value efficiency and dislike when people don’t follow their instructions properly. ESTJs strive to be self-reliant and dependable people, and don’t enjoy being a burden on others.

ISFJ

ISFJs are self-reliant people in most situations, since they tend to provide for others. They work hard to care for their loved ones, and don’t want to be a burden on them. While ISFJs do enjoy enlisting the help of their loved ones in order to get certain things done, they don’t want to put too much pressure on them. ISFJs are often very capable people, who know how to handle themselves. They can sometimes take on too much work for themselves, since they don’t want to stress others out.

ESFJ

ESFJs are definitely self-reliant when it comes to most things in life, and even take on the needs of others. They care deeply about their loved ones and want to be sure that they are happy. Their desire to provide for others makes ESFJs strive to be self-reliant people. They dislike feeling like a burden, which can make it difficult for them to depend on others for things. ESFJs do have times where they depend on others for certain decisions in their lives, since they want to be sure they don’t affect others negatively. While they are self-reliant for certain things, ESFJs do have a tendency to depend on their loved ones for certain choices.

 

ISTP

ISTPs are definitely self-reliant people, with a strong sense of independence. They enjoy having their own freedom and space in life, and don’t want to depend on others for most things. ISTPs want to be able to make their own choices in life, and don’t want to feel burdened to anyone else. Because of this strong sense of independence, ISTPs are often very self-reliant people.

ESTP

ESTPs are self-reliant when it comes to taking care of the important tasks in life. They work hard to be successful people, and enjoy having a sense of independence. While ESTPs do try to be self-reliant, they do depend on others for some things. They understand that they cannot do everything themselves, and will depend on their loved ones when they must. ESTPs don’t want to feel like a burden, but they also want to feel like they can rely on the people close to them.

ISFP

ISFPs do enjoy having a sense of independence, but they often rely on others for things. They enjoy having their loved ones there when they need them, and don’t mind feeling dependent on those people. They will be there for their loved ones as well, and enjoy feeling connected to them. ISFPs don’t mind having to depend on others, since they enjoy being someone their loved ones can lean on as well. ISFPs want to share their hearts and their lives with people, and strive to have deep connections.

ESFP

ESFPs are strong-willed people, who enjoy living in the present moment. While they do like having a sense of independence, they tend to rely on others for things. ESFPs can be self-reliant when it truly matters, but for most things they like to have the help and support of their loved ones. They don’t mind relying on others for things, especially when it is someone they love and trust. ESFPS enjoy feeling connected to people, and will entangle their lives with the people they truly care for.

 

 

 

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