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

While some people feel that making great memories is truly important, others prefer to live in the present. Not everyone feels connecting to these memories, and don’t feel it is of major importance to them. Here is how you feel about making memories, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

INFJs do value their memories, especially the ones shared with people who mean a lot to them. These memories often help the INFJ feel connected to people, even if they aren’t close anymore. While INFJs enjoy being able to make memories, they often want to share them with someone truly special. Sometimes for the INFJ simply sitting and having a meaningful conversation with someone, is worth just as much as doing something exciting and new. INFJs simply want these memories to hold a deeper and more valuable meaning for them.

ENFJ

ENFJs certainly value making memories, especially ones they share with loved ones. For the ENFJ it is more about things that hold meaning to them, like sharing a profound connection with someone. They also believe that these memories are valuable mostly when they help them build on a relationship for the future. They value being able to create positive memories, especially when this can make their loved ones happy and help them feel closer to the ENFJ. They want to make their loved ones happy and are focused on building a good life for them, making memories helps solidify their connection.

INFP

INFPs definitely value making positive memories, especially ones that are meaningful to them. They don’t care much for simply diving into thrilling experiences, unless they possess a deeper meaning for the INFP. For them it is valuable to share a connection with someone special, and take part in something that helps bond them even further. INFPs value being able to make memories that help them feel closer to someone, or bring them feelings of joy. To the INFP it is important to connect with people and experience things that truly mean something to them.

ENFP

For ENFPs making memories is actually very important, since it helps them learn and grow. They value being able to share new experiences, and dislike remaining stagnant. While ENFPs will enjoy reminiscing about these valuable memories, they still believe in constantly striving to make more. They cannot simply rest on the past, and want to push forward and find new things to dive into. They especially enjoy being able to share these memories with someone they connect with and care for deeply.

 

INTJ

INTJs value memories as a means of learning and growing, especially when they can help push them towards a more positive future. INTJs are more future focused than they are drawn to the past, but they do value memories and connections. INTJs don’t allow these memories to hold them back though, especially if they give them positive feelings towards an individual. While some might be tied to these positive memories, INTJs are more interested in how people are behaving in the present and if they have a hope for a more positive and useful future.

ENTJ

ENTJs are more interested in building a positive future, and aren’t really focused on constantly making memories. While making memories is something ENTJs will value, they still don’t want to become obsessed with living in the moment. Working towards their goals is what matters most to the ENTJ, and being as efficient and free of ignorance as possible. They care about making memories if they can learn from these experiences and help build deeper connections from them.

INTP

INTPs do enjoy being able to make memories, especially if they can learn from these new experiences. For the INTP it is more important to learn and grow, and constantly be open to new things. They don’t like remaining stagnant and thrive on being able to dive into something unknown. For the INTP it is valuable when they can learn something from making these new memories, or if they can improve their connections. Being able experience things with someone helps the INTP to understand that person better, and really find out what makes them tick.

ENTP

ENTPs definitely value making memories, since building new experiences is very important to them. ENTPs want to feel free to experience new things, and believe that this helps them grow and learn. For ENTPs making these memories is a great way to gain experience and help them understand themselves and others much better. They also enjoy being able to build connections with people, and figure out what makes them tick. For ENTPs it is better to constantly be making new memories, than to remain stuck in the same position.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs definitely value making memories, and feel it is important to hold onto them. They can sometimes be too tied to the past to focus on making new memories though. ISTJs simply value being able to connect with their loved ones, and enjoy sharing positive experiences with them. For the ISTJ it is more important to focus on building a positive future than to get caught up on having to constantly experience new things. At the same time they value memories shared with the people they care for the most.

ESTJ

ESTJs definitely value making memories, but they are often focused on past experiences. They might not strive to make tons of new memories, but enjoy experiencing things that were great in the past. They might want to relive these memories, and enjoy sharing them with someone they love. For ESTJs making memories is about building stronger connections and being able to provide for the people they love and care for. While sometimes it appears like they are stern and a bit too assertive, ESTJs do value being able to connect with the ones they love.

ISFJ

ISFJs definitely value making memories with their loved ones, especially if it makes them happy. ISFJs truly want to make a difference for the people in their lives and believe in doing whatever they can to help them. When it comes to making new memories, it is mainly focused on connecting with the people they care for most. ISFJs are very drawn and connected to the past, and will often want to connect to those memories in order to build a future they are at ease with.

ESFJ

ESFJs are happiest when they are making memories with the people they love. They are drawn to the past though, and might want to share experiences that remind them of memories from back then. ESFJs care deeply about their loved ones and simply want to help them create memories that they can be proud of and remember fondly. They want to share experiences that bring them closer to the people in their lives and value these types of memories above all others.

 

ISTP

While some people are drawn to memories of the past, ISTPs are focused on making new memories. They want to live in the moment and enjoy diving into thrilling new experiences. They don’t like remaining stagnant for too long and want to find ways to challenge and push themselves forward. For the ISTP it is important to always be growing and learning, which is why they value new experiences so much.

ESTP

ESTPs are not focused on memories from the past, but are more interested in making new memories. Instead of trying to recreate past experiences, the ESTP will want to enjoy something that is completely new to them. They truly hate stagnancy and don’t want to remain stuck in the same place for too long. ESTPs enjoy going on adventures, and sharing these moments and memories with the people they care for the most.

ISFP

ISFPs definitely enjoy being able to make new memories, and are always wanting to soak up the present. They want their lives to be filled with excitement, and try to live with a sense of passion. ISFPs don’t often focus on memories from the past though, and want to find new experiences which will truly thrill and inspire them in unique way. For the ISFP memories are only truly valuable if they are shared with someone who is special to them.

ESFP

ESFPs truly love being able to make new memories, and they want to share these experiences with their loved ones. For the ESFP it is mostly about being able to connect with people and experience new things with them. They don’t like remaining stagnant and want to dive into something new and thrilling as often as they can. They enjoy living more in the present than in the past though, and thrive more on experiences than focusing on things they no longer possess.

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