Here’s How You Feel About Gratitude, Based on Your Personality Type

Showing appreciation for what someone does for you is an important part of maintaining healthy relationships. For some people gratitude is not a major thing, for others it is vital. Here is how you feel about gratitude, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

INFJs often believe that showing gratitude is very important, especially when people go out of their way for others. They always want their loved ones to know just how thankful they are for them and what they do. INFJs don’t like allowing time to go by without showing this type of appreciation, and so they also enjoy getting this in return. They will rarely say anything about it, but it does hurt the INFJ when their loved ones do not show a sense of gratitude for everything they do.

ENFJ

ENFJs do a lot for the people in their lives and often the only thing they want in return is a sense of gratitude. They just want to know that they are appreciated for everything they do and give to those around them. They try to show appreciate for their loved ones, and want them to know how grateful they are for them. When the ENFJ has someone in their life who never seems to show a sense of gratitude, it can really start to hurt them and drag them down.

INFP

INFPs do believe that showing gratitude is important, especially since they want to feel appreciated and loved. For the INFP it is more about expressing how much you care for someone, and how happy their presence makes you. They don’t believe that you need to express thankfulness for every single action, but more of a general appreciation towards the people in their lives. They don’t like when people seem to take advantage of the kindness of others, instead INFPs want to be around people who share in the love.

ENFP

ENFPs might not always verbalize their gratitude towards others, instead they try to show it by doing nice things. They do want to be sure that their loved ones appreciate what they do though, and dislike when it feels like their efforts are ignored. For the ENFP being appreciated is important and when their loved ones don’t show a sense of gratitude it feels wasted. They don’t need to hear this constantly, they just want to know that they are valued in this way.

 

INTJ

INTJs do believe it is important to be grateful, but that doesn’t mean they feel like it has to be constantly verbalized. They prefer actions as a mean of showing appreciation, and enjoy when their loved ones can do kind things in return. When the INTJ does something for someone it is because they wanted to, and so they don’t need an overabundance of gratitude. Sometimes this can even make them uncomfortable, but simple appreciations are something they do like.

ENTJ

ENTJs do believe it is important to express gratitude, but they also believe that actions are more important than words. In order to show appreciation the ENTJ believes that it is best to do something kind in return. They don’t like when people constantly take advantage and will certainly not want people like that in their lives. For the ENTJ showing a sense of loyalty and dependability is one of the best ways to express gratitude towards them.

INTP

INTPs aren’t always great at picking up on the emotions of others, so sometimes gratitude can be lost on them unless it is obvious. For them it is more about actions and simply being there for one another no matter what. INTPs show gratitude by trying to help their loved ones and will step in and do what they can to better their lives. They aren’t the most emotionally expressive people but they definitely do put in a lot of effort for the people they love.

ENTP

ENTPs don’t often get hung up on having to express gratitude, but they do believe in showing it. They want to feel like what they do is recognized and they try to show others that they care. For the ENTP the best way to show gratitude is by doing something in return and by being supportive of their loved ones. For the ENTP it isn’t vital to constantly express their appreciation verbally, but they do become upset when it seems like someone it taking advantage.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs definitely believe in expressing gratitude, and don’t like leaving those things forgotten. They aren’t very emotionally expressive people, but they do express things in a straightforward manner. ISTJs work hard for their loved ones as well, and want to know that what they do is worth the effort. They are committed and loyal people who want to be able to maintain their relationships in a healthy manner.

ESTJ

ESTJs do enjoy feeling a sense of gratitude from their loved ones, simply because they do what they can to provide for them. ESTJs become upset and drained if it seems like everything they do is unappreciated by those around them. They do want to receive this sense of thankfulness, but they often respond more to actions than to words. ESTJs also try to show gratitude when someone helps them, although they don’t express themselves in an emotional manner.

ISFJ

For the ISFJ gratitude is definitely an important part of showing that you care for someone. When their loved ones do something for them the ISFJ will do what they can do show their appreciation. ISFJs also want to receive a sense of gratitude from their loved ones, since they often go out of their way for them. They don’t really need much in return, more than anything the ISFJ just wants to know that their efforts are appreciated.

ESFJ

Gratitude is actually very important to ESFJs, and they believe in doing what they can to show appreciation. When their loved ones do something nice for them the ESFJ often wants to do something in return. They go out of their way to show that they care, and want it to be seen how much they appreciate others. They also truly want to feel like their loved ones are thankful for what the ESFJ does, and become sad if they don’t feel this. They likely won’t express their need for gratitude, but it is truly important to them.

 

ISTP

ISTPs do care about gratitude but they don’t think it is vital to constantly express it verbally. They feel appreciation for their loved ones but it isn’t easy for them to express their emotions. For ISTPs constantly having to express things openly seems draining and is often challenging for them. They prefer to show their gratitude with actions, and will do something nice in return to show how much they care.

ESTP

ESTPs do want to feel a sense of gratitude for the things they do for their loved ones. They need to feel like their efforts are recognized, but they are often more connected to actions than words. Hearing their loved ones show gratitude is nice for them, but they really enjoy when people do something in return. When their loved ones go out of their way to show they care and appreciate the ESTP, it definitely makes them happy.

ISFP

ISFPs do believe in showing gratitude but for them it is often more about actions than words. They enjoy talking things out with their loved ones, but they also want to know that they will do kind things for them as well. ISFPs enjoy feeling connected to their loved ones, but that doesn’t mean they want to keep a tally of the things they do for each other. For them it is more about being together and doing what they can to connect and understand.

ESFP

ESFPs often show appreciation to their loved ones, and they enjoy feeling this in return. For them it is more about living in the moment and expressing how they feel about one another. They care deeply for their loved ones and having a deep connection with them is important for the ESFP. For ESFPs the best way to show gratitude is by doing something nice in return and by actually listening when the ESFP speaks to them.

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