Here’s How Much of a Provider You Are, Based on Your Personality Type

Some people naturally work to provide for and take care of others. They often end up being the main money earner in their household, and do whatever they can to make sure everyone is taken care of in the practical sense. Here is how much of a provider you are, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

INFJs are not always seen as natural providers because they are dreamers and soulful people. In truth they absolutely are providers, often capable of taking care of the practical needs of their families. This is a stress that can weigh heavily on the INFJ, but they will do anything to make sure the people they love are taken care of. They often want to do anything to ensure the comfort of others, and sometimes this means working in jobs they hate simply to be able to provide for everyone.

ENFJ

ENFJs are definitely providers, mostly because they care about the well-being of their loved ones. They strive to take care of everyone and want to do what they can to make them happy. If someone is struggling around them the ENFJ often goes above and beyond to help lift them up. When their family is in need the ENFJ will always find a way to make ends meet. They are natural providers and this comes from a deep desire to make everyone around them happy and comfortable with their lives.

INFP

While INFPs are often great at providing comfort and understanding, they aren’t always the providers in the practical sense. They can even struggle to understand their own practical needs, since they become so caught up inside of their inner minds. INFPs want to care for others, but they aren’t naturally in tune with the more practical side of things. It can be a struggle for them if they are left to be the ones providing for everyone, and leaves the INFP feeling stressed and overwhelmed if they must live up to this.

ENFP

While ENFPs often provide love and understanding to those around them, they aren’t great at providing in the practical sense. It can be challenging for them to have to be the main provider in their family, and this pressure can be overwhelming. ENFPs have such rich inner minds and imaginations that they often become distracted easily. They find themselves bouncing around from one thing to the next, making it hard for them to be stable enough as a provider. They are capable people who can live up to this if they believe they must, but most of the time it just isn’t right for them.

 

INTJ

INTJs aren’t always seen as providers, since they are such independent people. They stay to themselves most of the time, always working on advancing their lives and building something they can be proud of. INTJs are focused people who definitely work hard to accomplish their goals in life. While they are capable of providing for themselves, the INTJ can surprise people with just how much they can provide for others as well. They simply want to wait for the right people to come into their lives, people they can trust and rely on. When the INTJ truly cares for and trusts someone, they will certainly ensure the needs of that person are met.

ENTJ

ENTJs are definitely providers, especially for the people they truly love. They are loyal and hardworking people who do whatever it takes to provide for the ones they trust and have in their lives. ENTJs believe that practical needs are important and don’t want to let anyone down. They often take it upon themselves to make sure that their family’s needs are met, often consider themselves the head of the household in this way. While ENTJs aren’t emotionally expressive people, they do what they can to share that they care by being supportive in a more tangible sense.

INTP

INTPs are complex people, who often find themselves in situations that most people would not expect. INTPs aren’t usually seen as providers since they struggle with motivation, and are very independent. While they are all of these things, INTPs also care deeply for their loved ones. They want to do what they can to take care of them and sometimes this does leave them struggling to ensure that they are provided for. INTPs might take on this role because it is necessary, but it does put immense pressure on them and can cause them to feel frustrated and overwhelmed.

ENTP

ENTPs aren’t often seen as the providers of the family, since they can become easily distracted. They hate having to live up to these expectations and this can sometimes leave them feeling stifled. ENTPs are happiest working with a team, and want to have a partner who can also provide. They enjoy being free to change careers or change their mind about something, without having this pressure of being the only provider in the family. For ENTPs it is best when they have someone who can also provide, and they enjoy this sense of independence.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs are natural providers, who always strive to take care of their family and loved ones. ISTJs work hard so that they can provide for the practical needs of everyone they love. While they might not be the warmest or most emotionally sensitive people, ISTJs do care deeply for others. They show their love by working hard to provide for everyone so that their practical needs are met. They go above and beyond to ensure that everyone is comfortable and cared for, and this is because ISTJs believe it is truly important.

ESTJ

ESTJs are excellent providers, often taking it upon themselves to provide for their families. They often see themselves as the head of the household, and the one who needs to take charge and care for everyone. While ESTJs might not be the most emotionally expressive people, they show that they care by ensuring the practical needs of everyone around them are met completely. They work very hard in their daily lives to provide for their loved ones, and do whatever it takes to make ends meet.

ISFJ

ISFJs are definitely providers, wanting to do whatever they can to take care of everyone around them. If they need to become the one working hard to provide for the practical needs of everyone in their family, they will step up and do this. ISFJs enjoy working in a team but they aren’t afraid of taking control of the household needs. ISFJs work hard for their loved ones, and will certainly be excellent providers for those around them.

ESFJ

ESFJs are definitely natural providers, and will often take this role upon themselves. They want to make sure their loved ones are cared for and will go above and beyond to ensure this. While ESFJ try to provide comfort and emotional support, they always believe that practical needs are important. They work hard to make sure their loved ones are comfortable and completely taken care of. They don’t want their family to go without and so they will work hard to provide.

 

ISTP

ISTPs aren’t usually seen as providers, mostly because they are such independent people. They enjoy feeling free to do their own things without having people constantly expecting something from them. They are happiest when they have a partner who can also provide, since this takes the pressure off. ISTPs are capable of providing for others, they just don’t like feeling like they have to be the only one providing for their family.

ESTP

ESTPs are independent people who enjoy being able to take risks and bounce around. While they are seen as reckless sometimes, they have surprising traits that many people don’t quite get to see. When the ESTP is ready to settle down with someone, they are actually perfectly comfortable being the provider of the family. They work hard and aren’t afraid of being the one who has to step up and take care of everyone’s practical needs. It can be stressful at times, but ESTPs actually enjoy this type of glory.

ISFP

ISFPs aren’t usually seen as providers, simply because they are dreamers. They often have their head in the clouds, and have a bit of wanderlust. ISFPs are happiest when they have a sense of freedom and independence in their lives. While they care about their loved ones and can often provide for them emotionally, they aren’t usually seen as the responsible ones in the family.

ESFP

ESFPs are seen as fun-loving and playful people, who can be a bit irresponsible. They like to bounce around from one thing to the next and can sometimes be forgetful. While these are often very true traits of the ESFP, they are also caring and giving people. If their family needs them to be the provider they are capable of much more than anyone realizes. They can step up and ensure that everything is taken care of, no matter what they have to do in order to accomplish this.

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