Here’s What Your Blind Spots Are, Based on Your Personality Type

We all have certain blind spots that leave us a bit unaware in certain situations. Even the most conscious person has certain blind spots that can hinder them at times. Here is what your blind spot most likely is, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

The INFJs blind spot is often a lack of presence within the outside world. They are often so caught up in their own inner worlds that they struggle to be consciously aware of many outside things. INFJs are intuitive people which helps them to navigate this blind spot where it matters, but at the same time they just aren’t as connected to the physical. INFJs aren’t often physical motivated people, which can leave them unaware sometimes when something seemingly unimportant occurs in the physical world. INFJs can also be narrowly focused on what lies ahead, instead of considering the many different possibilities. They are so aware of what will likely happen, that they fail to explore other options.

ENFJ

The biggest blind spot for the ENFJ is often their own emotions, since they aren’t that focused on them. They are often so focused on taking care of their loved ones that they neglect their own feelings. The ENFJ might even struggle to fully understand their own emotions at times, fearing taking the time to actually dive into them. ENFJs are much more focused on the people around them, as well as building a positive future. This blind spot can occasionally be troublesome for the ENFJ, especially if they continue to neglect their own needs for so long that things start to boil over.

INFP

INFPs greatest blind spot often lies within their own powerful morals and emotions. INFPs can be so caught up in their own belief system that they fail to look beyond it. This can also cause the INFP to idealize someone they love, which might wind up getting them hurt. When they care for someone they can often overlook their flaws, causing a major blind spot towards those people. INFPs have big hearts and feel everything so deeply, and while that is an amazing part of who they are it can sometimes cause a few blind spots. Often our greatest strengths are also out weaknesses, and for the INFP this can often be true.

ENFP

For ENFPs their greatest blind spot can actually be their curiosity and desire to explore. They are constantly bouncing from one thing to the next, rarely staying still long enough to really pay attention. ENFPs enjoy being able to experience new things, and don’t always realize when they have something important in front of them that requires standing still. ENFPs have a strong sense of creativity which is definitely a wonderful trait, but this desire to explore can hinder them sometimes. ENFPs imply don’t like being stuck and want to make the most out of their lives.

 

INTJ

INTJs biggest blind spot lies within their own emotions, as well as the emotions of others. They are not ignorant people, and strive to be as consciously aware as they possibly can. INTJs are often very intelligent and enjoy being able to grow and learn constantly. While they are often caring towards their loved ones, INTJs still struggle when it comes to fully understanding emotions. They have a hard time responding to the feelings of those around them, simply because feelings are not logical and therefore difficult to truly peg down. INTJs also struggle with their own emotions, and don’t enjoy having to dive into them.

ENTJ

The blind spot of the ENTJ is within the emotions of those around them. They care deeply for their loved ones and want to provide for them, at the same time understanding their feelings is challenging for the ENTJ. They want to be able to take care of the people in their lives, but having to listen to their emotional expressions can be difficult. For them feelings are not easy to navigate, since they cannot come up with a logical solution for them. ENTJs do better focusing growth and improvement in others ways, and definitely have a blind spot when it comes to emotions.

INTP

While INTPs care deeply for their loved ones, their blind spot is definitely in emotions. They have a difficult time understanding the emotions of others, but an even harder time understanding their own feelings. INTPs often attempt to make logical sense of what they are feeling, instead of just allowing themselves to feel these emotions regardless of if they make sense. INTPs do find it challenging to understand what others are feeling, and will often try to analyze and understand as best they can. The biggest challenge for the INTP is their own emotions though, since they often try to logic them or ignore their existence completely.

ENTP

The blind spot of the ENTP is often within their desire to constantly keep moving. They despise stagnancy and have a desire to always explore the different angles of any situation. This can cause the ENTP to miss out on certain things in life, simply because they fear that exact thing. ENTPs might not settle down or stay standing still long enough to soak in certain opportunities. They want to experience life to the fullest and this can sometimes actually prevent them from experience certain things in life.

 

ISTJ

The biggest blind spot for the ISTJ is often emotions, since they struggle to fully understand them. While they care deeply for the people they love, it is still difficult for them to handle their emotional expressions. The ISTJ wants to find practical ways to solve problems, and emotions can rarely be solved by practical means. This can be stressful for the ISTJ, and is definitely a major blind spot for them. They simply aren’t at ease with emotions and prefer concrete and factual things that can be readily solved by a bit of hard work and intelligence.

ESTJ

For ESTJs their blind spot is often within the emotions of others more than anything else. While they care deeply for their loved ones, it is difficult for them to handle their feelings. The ESTJ will often try to find practical ways to solve their struggles, and hope that this will work. When someone is simply overly emotional, the ESTJ often does not know how to handle this. They can sometimes seem a bit harsh, but that is simply because they aren’t aware of how to respond. They are often overwhelmed by these intense emotional outbursts, and find them irrational.

ISFJ

ISFJs often have a blind spot when it comes to experiencing new things. They can become very structured and enjoy living their lives within a safe comfort zone. ISFJs don’t want to take chances, and are often afraid of figuring out what their own desires might be. This can often be seen as a blind spot, since the ISFJ can become a bit closed off from new experiences. Encountering new experiences is often how we can learn about things we never fully understood before, and ISFJs can sometimes become blind to this if they do not find ways to expand.

ESFJ

The biggest blind spot for the ESFJ is often within their loved ones. They can find themselves being taken advantage of, simply because of how much they care. ESFJs go above and beyond for the people in their lives, and do what they can to make them happy. They easily connect with the emotions of others, but often have a hard time facing their own feelings. This makes it challenging for the ESFJ to set clear boundaries and learn to take time for themselves. Since they rarely dive into their own needs and emotions, the ESFJ winds up neglecting themselves entirely.

 

ISTP

For the ISTP the biggest blind spot is often emotions, especially the emotions of others. While they care about their loved ones ISTPs simply have a hard time truly understanding their feelings. They aren’t naturally skilled at listening to someone express their feelings for a long period of time, and will become quickly drained by this. They want to be supportive people, but they need so much time to themselves that they can sometimes alienate from others.

ESTP

ESTPs biggest blind spot can often be their intense sense of adventure. They have a strong desire to live in the present, which might cause them to damage their futures at times. ESTPs are so focused on living in the moment that they might make errors in judgement, and take part in somewhat risky behavior. Instead of considering the long term, the ESTP can often be blind to it entirely. They are more interested in living their lives to the fullest, but sometimes this can get them into trouble.

ISFP

The biggest blind spot for the ISFP is often caused by their strong sense of self. ISFPs are very aware of who they are and want they want from life, and will do what they can to follow their own path. Sometimes the ISFP strong inner morals can make it challenging for them to fully understand people who do not share these same morals. ISFPs can sometimes be left blind to other options, simply because they have such powerful inner beliefs.

ESFP

The biggest blind spot for the ESFP is often from their desire to live in the moment. They want their lives to be rooted in fun and enjoyment, which sometimes gets them into trouble. Instead of thinking about the long term, the ESFP often thinks about the here and now. While this makes them fun and lovable people, it can sometimes cause them problems when the future does arrive. They aren’t always prepared for things in life, and might leave themselves struggling.