Here’s How Important Comradery Is to You, based On Your Personality Type

For some sharing a special connections of friendship and loyalty is truly important, to others it is hard to believe in people this way. Here is how important a sense of comradery is to you, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

For INFJs having a sense of deep connection and loyalty is truly valuable. They are often searching for some sort of comradery, and are happiest when they find people who trust one another and can rely on each other. They crave that type of connection where they can really and truly be able to trust someone else, and enjoy having a friends who share a deeper bond that can last a lifetime. This can often be challenging but for the INFJ it is worth the wait and the effort. They deeply value being able to find the right people to bond with and share their lives with.

ENFJ

ENFJs do believe in a sense of comradery, since they crave a deep connection. Finding people who they can rely on and who will remain loyal, means so much to the ENFJ. Feeling a unique bond and connection with a group of friends is something that the ENFJ treasures. They want to have something that other people can’t quite understand, something that makes their relationships stand apart. For the ENFJ having this type of bond is more valuable than anything, and is something to be nurtured.

INFP

The idea of comradery often pertains to a group of people feeling a deep connection, and for INFPs this might be a bit much. For them it more important to find just one deep bond that is meaningful and will last. INFPs do enjoy the idea of having connections with a group friends though, and they will take advantage of this sort of comradery if they can. It is definitely something they would value, but they might have a hard time finding that type of connection with a group of friends. INFPs are often searching for just one person who understands them and appreciates who they are on a deeper level.

ENFP

ENFPs definitely believe that a sense of comradery and connection is truly important. They want to feel bonded to people on a deeper level and are often searching for this. ENFPs enjoy having a group of friends who will stick together and stand by one another no matter what. They don’t like anything shallow and to them wasting time of friendships without a strong sense of comradery is entirely meaningless. They crave connection and simply want to feel understood and appreciated for who they are.

 

INTJ

INTJs do want to feel close connections with people, and crave a sense of loyalty. Comradery often seems like a lofty goal for them, because they realize that finding a group of people to bond in this way is likely rare. For the INTJ it is important to live their lives and continue to grow and learn. They won’t go hunting down these types of connections, and would rather wait for them to come along. INTJs believe that it is better to be alone than be around people who aren’t right for them.

ENTJ

ENTJs do believe in a sense of comradery, mostly because loyalty is so important to them. There is not much more valuable than having people in their lives who they can trust. ENTJs would rather be alone than be around people who they cannot completely rely on. ENTJs do believe that it is important to discover a sense of comradery in their lives, and will work to find this where they can. They are willing to disconnect from people who don’t fit into this though, and would rather wait for it than force things.

INTP

INTPs don’t really believe that comradery is all that important, especially since it often means connecting with a group of friends. They would rather have space to themselves, and will wait patiently for the right people to come along. INTPs don’t believe that it is vital to create comradery, they simply want to live their lives learning and growing. They prefer to be on their own most of the time, and don’t need to fill their time with pointless connections. INTPs would rather wait for someone special who they can feel truly close to.

ENTP

ENTPs do enjoy feeling connected to people, but a sense of comradery isn’t extremely important. They don’t feel the need to make a bond with a group of people, and would rather wait for it to happen. They don’t want to simply go looking for something and don’t like the idea of forcing relationships. If the ENTP does somehow make a close bond with someone they will certainly hold onto this. For them it often seems rare unlikely that they will really achieve a sense of group comradery unless it is something that naturally occurred from a young age.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs definitely do believe that comradery is important, and that is why they are often searching for this. ISTJs crave community and want to feel connected to something bigger than themselves. They want to become a valuable member of their group, whether this be work related or simply social. ISTJs believe in building a sense of comradery with people they can trust and rely on. For the ISTJ loyalty is important and they want to hold onto their commitments.

ESTJ

ESTJs absolutely believe that comradery is important, and they want to do whatever they can to make these connections. For the ESTJ feeling like an important member of a group or community is truly vital. They want to feel like they have made an impact on the lives of the people they connect with. For the ESTJ loyalty is vital and worth searching for, they simply want relationships with people who are committed and who they can trust.

ISFJ

ISFJs value their connections, and believe in a sense of comradery. They often feel this way with their family, or possible by building their own group. For the ISFJ the most important thing is making their loved ones happy and they will do whatever they can to create a sense of peace. The ISFJ will often do whatever they can to bring a group together and create this sense of comradery between them.

ESFJ

ESFJs definitely crave a sense of comradery, and believe in bringing together a group of people who can remain loyal to one another. They are often good at bringing people together and can become the glue in their social group. ESFJs believe in commitment and loyalty and this is something they will fight for. When the ESFJ finds people they value and feel bonded to, they will do whatever they can to make things last.

 

ISTP

ISTPs don’t often feel like comradery is all that important, but they do value their connections. They won’t go hunting down some sense of comradery, instead they will live their lives in the moment. ISTPs want to let life come their way instead of trying to control or change things. They do believe in loyalty, but they don’t think this is something they should try to force.

ESTP

ESTPs don’t really care much about a sense of comradery, instead they would rather make personal connections. Bringing together a group can often seem like too much work and effort on their part. They would rather find someone special and make a deep and very personal connection with them. ESTPs can actually become jealous somewhat easily, so a sense of comradery isn’t always worth it for them.

ISFP

ISFPs don’t really care about creating some sense of comradery, they are more interested in a personal connection. ISFPs are often searching for one person they can truly feel bonded to on a deeper level. ISFPs don’t want to force things in their lives, instead they enjoy living in the moment. They don’t feel a need to cultivate some sort of comradery between people when it just isn’t there. They would rather find just one person who they can feel deeply connected to.

ESFP

For ESFPs a sense of comradery isn’t as important as simply connecting with their loved ones. ESFPs live their lives in the moment and don’t like getting hung up on things that can hold them back. They want to be around the people who make them happy, and they often enjoy them for who they are. ESFPs aren’t interested in controlling things, instead they want to let their lives happen how they are meant to.