Here’s How Important Stability Is For You, Based on Your Personality Type

Written By Kirsten Moodie

Here’s How Important Stability Is for You, Based on Your Personality Type

While a sense of stability is extremely important for some people, for others it just seems to hold them back. Here is how important stability is for you, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

While INFJs enjoy being able to explore different ideas, they do value stability. They can often be afraid of too much change, and enjoy when things are grounded to some extent. This is why INFJs can have a hard time with flighty people, because they are hard to predict. They enjoy being able to keep an eye on what is going on around them, and maintain some sense of control. Without stability the INFJ will become a bit anxious, and might feel like they are losing a sense of control and will feel a bit lost in this situation.

ENFJ

ENFJs definitely value stability in their lives, and need some sense of control to keep things going. When their environment becomes too chaotic the ENFJ can become anxious and frustrated. They need to maintain a sense of stability to ensure that everything continues running smoothly. This is not because the ENFJ is uptight, but simply because they have so much responsibility resting on their shoulders. They need to make sure their loved ones are taken care of, and often take on the tasks of everyone around them. This means the ENFJ needs stability to keep everything in control and make sure everyone is cared for.

INFP

While INFPs do struggle to accept change sometimes, they do enjoy when things become a bit messy. Small amount of chaos and instability help the INFP feel inspired, since they enjoy being able to experience new things. Stagnancy is miserable for INFP, and sometimes they can get stuck in the same position for a long time. When they get the opportunity to really experience something new, they will cherish this. While INFPs might not always find the motivation to create change, they do enjoy it. Too much stability is actually a sign of stagnancy for the INFP, so it is only important within their relationships.

ENFP

ENFPs thrive on change and new experiences, which is why stability isn’t as important for them. They want to dive into new opportunities, without feeling held back or stuck. When the ENFP achieves too much stability they might feel a strong desire to shake things up, and get the ball rolling. They do enjoy having stable relationships, but they want other aspects of their lives to constantly be moving forward and changing. For ENFPs stability isn’t the most valuable thing, and can sometimes hold them back from really enjoying life.

 

INTJ

While INTJs are always striving to grow and improve, they do enjoy a certain amount of stability in their lives. They aren’t afraid of change, but they want to be as prepared for it as possible. For INTJs it is important to be ready for anything that comes at them, which requires research and plenty of personal knowledge. For INTJs having a sense of stability helps them to maintain control and full awareness of what is going on around them. They enjoy being fully aware and don’t want things to become too messy in a way they cannot keep control of.

ENTJ

For ENTJs stability is very important, and is required in order to maintain a healthy sense of control. If things are constantly going in different directions then the ENTJ cannot maintain a strong awareness of how to proceed. They enjoy growth and improvement, as long as this occurs in a way that they feel prepared for. ENTJs believe in doing proper research and always being one step ahead. If things lose too much stability it can leave them feeling frustrated and out of control. ENTJs also value stability in their relationships and want to be with people who are dependable and loyal.

INTP

For INTPs it is important to have a balanced sense of stability, combined with a bit of chaos. They enjoy change and want to be able to experience new things, which can get a bit messy at times. While INTPs do enjoy having things constantly changing and challenging them, they want stability in certain areas of their lives. They enjoy when their relationships can provide them with a grounded sense of stability in their lives. Having people they can trust and rely on helps them INTP feel like they are connected to the world in a positive way, without causing them to feel stagnant.

ENTP

ENTPs want to feel free to constantly experience new things and experiences, which makes stability less important to them. They want to be able to bounce from one idea to the next without feeling stuck. Stagnancy is one of the worst things for the ENTP, which is why too much stability can leave them feeling a bit miserable. They want to always be changing and growing, and enjoy moving forward with their lives. While ENTPs don’t require much stability, they do enjoy having stable relationships with people they can trust and rely one.

 

ISTJ

For ISTJs a sense of stability is extremely important, since they enjoy being grounded. ISTJs don’t want constant change in their lives and prefer to be always prepared for their next challenge. This is why ISTJs enjoy being able to research their tasks and learn as much as they can in order to feel prepared. Stability helps the ISTJ maintain a sense of control and calm within their lives. They want to be able to accomplish their goals and provide for their loved ones, which is why they value stability so much.

ESTJ

For ESTJs stability is extremely important, which is why they don’t enjoy constant change. ESTJs believe that efficiency is important, which requires plenty of research and knowledge. ESTJs want to be able to provide for their loved ones and believe is important to go after their goals in life. Without a sense of stability the ESTJ can feel frustrated and even a bit anxious. They need to have some control in their lives, and enjoy being able to predict what will happen next.

ISFJ

ISFJs do value stability and enjoy being able to have some sense of control in their lives. When things become too chaotic it can cause the ISFJ a lot of stress and anxiety. They are always working to create a sense of harmony in their environment, which definitely requires a lot of stability around them. If things are constantly changing the ISFJ will feel a strong need to take control and find a way to get things back to normal.

ESFJ

While ESFJs don’t mind a little change, they do value a sense of stability. They are constantly trying to tend to the needs of their loved ones, and lacking stability makes that very difficult. They want to be able to keep things in control so that they can make their loved ones happy. ESFJs also believe in stability within their relationships and want to find people who are loyal and dependable. For the ESFJ stability is very important, and being able to put down roots is a big part of their goals.

 

ISTP

ISTPs don’t really need much stability in their lives, and actually enjoy being able to mix things up. They can often bounce from one thing to the next rather quickly, searching for something that excites them. ISTPs don’t enjoy feeling stagnant for too long, and can become a bit miserable if they don’t experience anything new. They don’t search for stability in their lives, since constantly experience new challenges keeps them feeling excited.

ESTP

ESTPs don’t mind having some stability in the more important areas of their lives. While they enjoy having stable relationships and careers, ESTPs don’t like feeling stagnant for too long. They need to be able to experience change, and will often seek out new adventures. When things become too stable and organized within their lives, the ESTP might feel a need to toss a monkey wrench into the mix. They want things to be a bit messy in their lives, and enjoy experiencing a bit of change in certain areas.

ISFP

ISFPs do enjoy stability in their relationships and want to have connections with people that will last forever. While they want loved ones they can rely on, ISFPs also enjoy experiencing change. They want to be able to dive into something new, without feeling held back. They are free-spirits with a desire to really enjoy the present moment, and don’t want to have too many chains holding them down.

ESFP

ESFPs enjoy a sense of stability in their relationships and want to have people who they can depend on. While ESFPs want people in their lives who are loyal, they do like to mix things up a bit. Too much stability can leave them feeling trapped and a bit stagnant. ESFPs want to be able to experience change, and want things in their lives that seem a bit messy to others.

 

 

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