Do You Often Find Yourself at a Loss for Words, Based on Your Personality Type

Some people can easily find the words they need to express themselves, while others might occasionally get stumped. For some this happens often, while for others it is just something that occurs when they are nervous or truly stressed. Here is how often you find yourself at a loss for words, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

INFJs are often good with words, and might even find themselves having quite the drawing towards writing and using words to express their inner thoughts and feelings. For them it is often easier to utilize words in a written manner, since they it gives them time to really process their thoughts and feelings and put them into the right words. While writing is easier, that doesn’t mean they struggle when communicating verbally. INFJs are rarely at a loss for words, unless they are deeply and sincerely nervous about something. They have to feel caught up in their own minds too much to really respond, since most of the time INFJ are good at finding the right words.

ENFJ

ENFJs are rarely at a loss for words, and might even be somewhat chatty people. They can usually find the right things to say, even when they are under stress. They are often very verbal people and they enjoy being able to express themselves and make their feelings known. ENFJs can be rather expressive people and for them being a loss for words is truly rare. Even in instances where there is an awkward silence, or something is uncomfortable in the environment, the ENFJ often does their best to find the right things to say.

INFP

INFPs can sometimes struggle with finding the right words, especially when they are feeling anxious or overwhelmed. They can often express themselves very clearly when they have time to process things and write it down. For the INFP writing things out helps because it gives them time to really process what they want to say. They can express themselves around people who make them feel comfortable and understood, and around those individuals they rarely find themselves at a loss for words.

ENFP

ENFPs can sometimes struggle with finding the right words when they are in a situation where their minds are dragging them elsewhere. In most situations the ENFP does not find themselves at a loss for words, especially in more positive circumstances. They are expressive and outgoing people who can often find ways of getting to know those around them, and even find it easy to speak when others are feeling nervous. One time when the ENFP might find themselves at a loss for words, is when they are fighting with someone they love and don’t want to say the wrong thing.

 

INTJ

INTJs aren’t the most verbally expressing people, but this is often by choice. INTJs just don’t feel the need to express every thought and feeling to others, and so when they are silent it is by their own choice. If the INTJ wants to communicate they rarely find themselves at a loss for words, and often know what they want to say. They are rather direct people who will be clear and precise in ways that can sometimes surprise people. When the INTJ is quiet it is not because they are at a loss for words, it is simply because they don’t feel the desire to share them.

ENTJ

ENTJs are often capable of expressing themselves very clearly and directly. They rarely find themselves at a loss for words, often it is quite the opposite. They can easily take charge of a conversation and often know exactly what they want to say. ENTJs are good at finding the words they want to say, even though sometimes they can be rather direct and sometimes seem a bit harsh. While the ENTJs words aren’t always the most sensitive, they still rarely find themselves lacking in what they need to say.

INTP

INTPs can sometimes find themselves at a loss for words, since expressing themselves outwardly can be challenging. Their minds are so filled with ideas and imagination that sometimes these intricate thoughts and ideas can be difficult to explain to others. Their thought process is so complex and sometimes the patterns they use to come to certain conclusions can be truly hard to explain to others in a way they could understand. Because of this the INTP can sometimes struggle to find the words they want, and this can definitely put them at a loss for words.

ENTP

ENTPs don’t often find themselves at a loss for words, since they are fairly outgoing people. They can often find the ways to say what they want, unless they are searching for more emotional words. When the ENTP is trying to express their feelings they can sometimes struggle to find the words, since this doesn’t really come naturally for them. When the ENTP wants to express themselves to a loved one, sometimes they can find themselves at a loss for words and it can take time for them to find what to say.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs are often direct people who can find the words they need to say in order to convey the message they desire. While they might be silent oftentimes, this is done intentionally and not because they cannot find the words to say. ISTJs simply don’t always want to express themselves or communicate with others, since often they need time to themselves. When the ISTJ does find themselves at a loss for words, this is because they are being asked to express their inner emotions and this can be difficult for them.

ESTJ

ESTJs are often direct people who rarely find themselves at a loss for words. They often know exactly what they want to say in order to express themselves and their intentions. ESTJs are hardworking people who push to accomplish their goals and get to where they want to be in life. They often know what they want to say in order to get things done and express themselves in a clear manner. While they are rarely at a loss for words when it comes to practical communication, they can sometimes struggle when it comes to their emotions.

ISFJ

ISFJs often know what they need and want to say in order to make their point known to others. They can usually find the right words in order to express themselves without upsetting the people around them. ISFJs are sensitive to the needs of others and enjoy being able to make them feel more at ease. For the ISFJ understanding the emotions of others helps them to find the right words in a way that expresses their point and can bring people together. They rarely struggle with a loss for words, and often know when the time to speak is.

ESFJ

ESFJs usually don’t find themselves at a loss for words, and usually know what they need to say in order to express themselves. They enjoy communicating with people and are good at recognizing how to really connect with others. ESFJs often know the right words to say in order to make a situation better, since they are so naturally sensitive to the emotions of others. In most situations the ESFJ knows what they want and need to say, and rarely will they struggle to find the right words. When they might feel overwhelmed and struggle to find their words, is when they feel immense pressure placed on them all at once.

 

ISTP

ISTPs don’t really find themselves at a loss for words, they simply chose to be silent. When the ISTP has something they want to say they can often express it rather directly. They simply don’t always want to express themselves and so they keep quiet for intentional reasons. The only time the ISTP might truly find themselves at a loss for words, is when someone is requested that they express their inner emotions. Having to express their feelings to someone can cause the ISTP to really struggle to find the right words to say.

ESTP

ESTPs don’t often find themselves at a loss for words, instead they usually know what they want to say. For ESTPs expressing their thoughts in a clear and precise manner is often something which comes naturally for them. They don’t usually struggle to find the words, instead they can be rather chatty and outgoing people. Where the ESTP might struggle to really find the words, is when they are trying to express their inner emotions to someone.

ISFP

ISFPs don’t often find themselves at a loss for words, they just don’t always want to speak. When the ISFP is trying to express themselves they can usually find the things they want to say. They know how they feel and what they believe, and these strong convictions often help the ISFP express themselves clearly. Where ISFPs might find themselves at a complete loss for words, is when they have a crush on someone and are struggling to really feel comfortable because of it.

ESFP

ESFPs don’t usually find themselves at a loss for words, quite the opposite most of the time. They know how to express themselves and enjoy sharing their feelings with others. ESFPs can be rather chatty people, who often find it more difficult to contain their words around others. For them expressing their thoughts and feelings is something that often comes naturally and with great ease. ESFPs really don’t find themselves at a loss for words often, and are comfortable expressing themselves verbally.