Do You Enjoy Excess, Based on Your Personality Type

Some people are drawn to the excess in life, and might have a hard time keeping things to a limit. They don’t like doing anything halfway, and prefer to really immerse themselves in things. Instead of just taking things in small amounts, these people want almost more than they can handle. Here is how much you enjoy excess, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

INFJs do have moments where they enjoy excess, especially in the things they are passionate about. They do have a sometimes obsessive nature when something truly inspires and interests them. If the INFJ really loved something they have a hard time stepping away from it, whether it be a great book, TV show, or favorite video game. They enjoy diving in and really immersing themselves in these things, even if it means they go a bit excessive with it. They might not show this side of themselves to everyone though, so it can be a secret to most.

ENFJ

ENFJs definitely enjoy things in excess, they just don’t always take the time to indulge as much as they might like. They are so focused on taking care of everyone and doing things perfectly, that sometimes they ignore their own hobbies. When the ENFJ does have time for the things they enjoy most, they do become a bit excessive about it. They are passionate people who truly want to immerse themselves in these things that they are excited about. Whether this be a book or TV show, or even crafting something of their own- ENFJs like to really obsess over these things (in a good way).

INFP

INFPs are highly passionate people who enjoy excess when it comes to the things they are most excited about. Whether this be music, television, books or even video games, INFPs don’t like doing anything halfway. When they truly love something they want to dive int with everything they’ve got, and this certainly means being a bit excessive at times. They have an obsessive side when it comes to their passions, and so they don’t just want to love something part of the way.

ENFP

ENFPs are definitely excessive people, sometimes to a fault- but that doesn’t seem to stop them. When they are truly passionate about something they often obsess over it for a while, wanting to fully immerse themselves in this thing or hobby. For the ENFP doing something halfway really isn’t an option, since they are intense people who believe in really diving into something new and exciting. When there is something they enjoy, the ENFP wants to really give it their all and so they certainly want it in excess.

 

INTJ

INTJs do their best to be controlled people, and don’t want to let their emotions get the better of them. They try to maintain a sense of organization and awareness, without letting things get too out of hand. While they might be more controlled people, that doesn’t mean they don’t enjoy things in excess from time to time. They simply like to keep these obsessions a bit more quiet from others, since they don’t want this side of themselves to be too obvious. INTJs can become obsessive over certain things they are passionate about, much like the way they obsess with their research. And so for the INTJ excess is something they enjoy, it just depends on the thing they are diving into.

ENTJ

ENTJs like to maintain a sense of control over themselves and their lives, and so they try not to be too obsessive over things. While ENTJs might not admit to this, they do enjoy certain things in excess. They are people who like having nice things and sometimes seek to live a more lavish lifestyle. Because of this the ENTJ does enjoy things in excess, especially the finer things in life. They simply want to be able to have things they can be proud of, and will surround themselves in these things.

INTP

INTPs can be obsessive when they are passionate about something, and so excess isn’t something they shy away from. While INTPs might enjoy things in excess, this can sometimes cause them to get bored of those things. They will want to surround and immerse themselves in this new hobby or thing, until they almost grow sick of it. This happens when the INTP feels like they have gained everything they can from the experience, and so they find themselves moving onto something new.

ENTP

ENTPs can be excessive people, especially since they enjoy really diving into things. They don’t do anything halfway, and so this can cause them to seem a bit drawn to excess. ENTPs will find themselves intrigued by something new, and will want to experience it in the most immersive and powerful way possible. This does cause the ENTP to become bored of those things though, and they will need to move onto something new rather quickly.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs aren’t really excessive people, since they often prefer things in moderation. They don’t want to obsess over something and become tired of it, since this seems a bit silly to them. ISTJs do have plenty of things they are passionate about, but they believe in living more balanced lives. They enjoy focusing on the many different aspects of their lives, so that they can maintain a more organized and healthy way of living.

ESTJ

ESTJs like to maintain a sense of control and organization in their lives. They don’t like doing things in excess, since it can jeopardize the balance of their lives. They want to be sure everything is running smoothly and efficiently, no matter what. For the ESTJ a sense of balance is important and helps them to maintain the control and structure that they value so much. Without a sense of efficiency the ESTJ will feel like something is failing in their own actions.

ISFJ

ISFJs try to maintain a more modest way of living most of the time, and so too much excess can get in the way of that. They do enjoy having nice things, but at the same time they want to maintain a balance. For the ISFJ the most important thing is maintaining a sense of harmony and peace in their environments. Too much excess can prevent them from taking care of their loved ones the way they want to.

ESFJ

ESFJs value harmony and want to be sure to provide for their loved ones to the best of their abilities. They work hard to please everyone around them, and so it is important for them to maintain certain balance in their lives. ESFJs often forgo their own personal joys in order to ensure that the people they care for are happy. While they might put some things aside, that doesn’t mean they won’t enjoy them in excess if they get the opportunity to do so.

 

ISTP

ISTPs do sometimes enjoy excess in their lives, especially with something they are passionate about. ISTPs follow the things that excite them most, and sometimes this means really diving into this hobby or subject. When the ISTP is drawn to something they want to immerse themselves in it, without a fear that they should be showing more restraint.

ESTP

ESTPs definitely enjoy things in excess, sometimes a bit too much. When they are excited or passionate about something they want to dive in completely. This does get the ESTP in trouble sometimes, since they find themselves in over their heads. They can certainly bite off a bit more than they can chew, but they often find a way out of whatever trouble they have found.

ISFP

ISFPs do enjoy certain things in excess, even if people don’t always notice this about them. When they are excited about something they want to really dive in, without feeling restrained or restricted. ISFPs enjoy become immersed in something, especially when they feel a sense of fulfillment from it. They seek out whatever inspires them most in life and so sometimes that means being a bit excessive.

ESFP

ESFPs are certainly excessive people, who enjoy really diving into the things they are passionate about. When the ESFP is excited about something they want to surround themselves with it, and dislike doing anything halfway. For the ESFP it is about following their hearts and their passions, where they might lead. Enjoying things in excess is simply part of who they ESFP is as a person, and isn’t something they are likely to change (nor should they).