Here’s How You Feel About Making a Public Scene, Based on Your Personality Type
Some people can handle a public scene fairly well, while others can become truly uncomfortable with this. Here is how you feel about making a public scene, based on your personality type.
INFJs don’t usually take well to public scenes and can become truly uncomfortable by them. They prefer to keep things like this private, unless it is something that should be seen and heard. They believe in doing what is right and sometimes it is best for things to be expressed openly and for a bit of a scene to be made. INFJs will quickly get comfortable with these awkward situations if they involve something that should happen. INFJs do become a bit uncomfortable when someone is simply making a scene in order to get attention though.
ENFJs can often handle a public scene most of the time, especially if it is necessary. They can become a bit embarrassed if someone is simply making a scene for attention and especially if it will reflect poorly on them. ENFJs do try to keep things together most of the time and they don’t want people to judge them based on something like this. They are often good at smoothing things over and will try to find a way to avoid too much of a scene. They do however believe that making a scene is necessary if they are trying to get a message out there that needs to be heard.
INFPs don’t usually enjoy a public scene, especially if it comes from an argument. They don’t like airing this personal business in front of others and can often feel very uncomfortable with this. INFPs do often realize that a scene can be necessary sometimes, for things like protesting or conveying an important message. In these situations they can often handle the attention, even if it is centered around the INFP themselves. Where they dislike a scene is when it requires them to be center stage with something very personal, especially if it is a disagreement or someone vying for attention.
ENFPs don’t usually mind a bit of a public scene, but they don’t enjoy a public fight. If the scene is occurring because they are arguing with a loved ones they will do whatever they can to get away from this. ENFPs don’t enjoy this type of discord and will want to make this situation much more private. They do however find a public scene amusing if it is simply for the sake of being playful and goofy. ENFPs don’t mind the attention, they also sometimes enjoy doing something that might seem a little embarrassing to others.
INTJs don’t usually appreciate a public scene, since they are private people. If someone is trying to push their buttons in front of others, they will likely do their best to shut this down. INTJs do realize that there is a time and place for everything though, and will certainly be comfortable with a public scene if the intent is to convey a specific point. They simply don’t feel the need to get into dramatic arguments with people in public, especially if that person is being emotional.
ENTJs don’t usually mind a public scene all that much, and rarely find themselves caring how others will perceive this. If it is something that could harm their reputation the ENTJ will shut this down quickly, but most of the time they can spin the situation how they want. They don’t mind having themselves center of attention, especially if they are perceived in a positive light. Sometimes ENTJs will make a scene if the situation calls for it, for example if they need to make a point or express something for others to witness.
INTPs can become very uncomfortable with a public scene, especially when it involves their personal lives. They would rather keep these things private and don’t really like the idea of people know about them. INTPs do have times where they can be a bit reclusive, and so having their dirty laundry aired for all to see is certainly not something they are going to be happy about. INTPs would rather do most things behind the scenes, even the things that ultimately require being pushed to the public.
ENTPs don’t really mind a public scene, especially if they can gain something from this. They rarely find themselves embarrassed by it, and sometimes they will even create the scene themselves. ENTPs don’t really get upset because of a public scene, and rarely do they mind being center of attention. They do their best to get to the bottom of things and work hard to learn as much as they can about any given situation. Sometimes this means creating a public scene in order to gauge the response from those around them.
ISTJs definitely don’t appreciate a public scene and rarely find this useful. They prefer to keep things private and would rather uncover the truth in a way that doesn’t expose them to the public eye. ISTJs don’t like getting into arguments or dealing with things in a way that creates a scene, since this becomes very frustrating for them. ISTJs aren’t interested in being the center of attention and so being involved in a public scene is often tiresome.
ESTJs don’t mind a scene if it is necessary, but they don’t often seek this out. If sometimes occurs and it happens in public, they aren’t likely to just pretend in order to make it go away. ESTJs might shut the situation down if it could be harmful in some way to their image or someone they care for. ESTJs simply do what they must in order to accomplish their goals and get the job done efficiently. If a scene is necessary they won’t back away, but they will try to avoid it if they can.
ISFJs don’t like making a public scene since they would rather keep most things private. They don’t like when a situation becomes too public, especially if it could be embarrassing. They prefer to themselves most of the time and don’t want to constantly draw attention to themselves. ISFJs would rather not do anything that could harm their reputation or somehow disappoint their loved ones. Most of the time a public scene will be truly frustrating for them.
ESFJs don’t usually like making a public scene, especially if it is something negative. They do their best to keep certain things private, especially if it could be embarrassing to their loved ones. ESFJs don’t mind things that are slightly embarrassing, but they don’t want to be in a situation where a public scene could be harmful in some ways. They do their best to keep certain things private, but they aren’t afraid of a scene if it is important to let the situation ride.
ISTPs aren’t fans of a public scene and they will do their best to avoid this at all costs. They keep to themselves most of the time and become drained rather quickly by too much social interaction. ISTPs would rather avoid a scene since it often means a lot of time spent interacting with others and having to deal with the results of this can be extremely exhausting for them after even a short time. This drama often feels pointless for them, and definitely isn’t something they want to waste their time on.
ESTPs don’t mind a public scene if it is necessary, especially if they are caught up in the moment. They often live in the present and this can sometimes prevent them from looking well into the future. ESTPs don’t really become upset if a situation becomes embarrassing, since they can be rather passionate people when they are focused on something. They don’t mind being the center of attention, and would rather focus on what feels right.
While ISFPs are introverted and often prefer to keep to themselves, they aren’t afraid of a public scene. Sometimes their emotions take control of them, and so they might make a scene because of how they are feeling. ISFPs would rather follow their emotions instead of simply focusing on doing what makes most logical sense. Their hearts are often their guide and sometimes this can cause them to make a scene if it feels necessary.
ESFPs rarely become upset by a public scene, since they don’t mind being center of attention. They are more interested in following their feelings and sometimes this can cause their emotions to take control sometimes. If the ESFP is upset or something or feels a certain way, they don’t be afraid of making a bit of a scene in order to express themselves. ESFPs might be scene getting into an argument in public, but this rarely bothers them all that much.
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