Which MBTI type is most mature?

Maturity: “the ability to respond to the environment in the appropriate matter. This is a learned rather than instinctive ability.”

Maturity means no longer relying on a carer to look after your needs. Maturity allows independent decision making and being responsible in choice of actions. Contrarily, immaturity is a time when one can not yet handle these more adult decisions; one is still learning from their carer how to function in the world.

Based on this definition, several key aspects stand out. Firstly, the SJ types seem to best suit this ideal of the mature type. Sensory types are known as practical, down to earth, realistic and detail orientated. They are also quick at picking up real world skills. From these characteristics, sensory types are likely to develop the ability to survive in the real world much more easily then the more dreamy intuitive type that is not as focused on the real world. Additionally, judging types are organised, planning types that are known for their decision making abilities. Therefore, SJ types are the most mature types.

This is where it gets tricky- the ESFJ, ESTJ, ISTJ and ISFJ “duty fulfilling” types are all equally likely to be mature. Therefore, I shall make a list of the four different maturity types:

  • ISFJ “stable type” at their peak, the ISFJ is practical and sensitive, showing great consideration for others. The Si allows them to follow known laws, customs and skills that allow them to make adulThe Four Most Mature Typest decisions, whereas the Fe helps them understand others. Their IJ nature means they never lose their cool and are therefore the most stable type of the four types.
  • ESFJ “care taking type” much like ISFJ’s, ESFJ’s at their healthiest stage understand other people much like ENFJ types due to their Fe. However, their Si allows them to provide practical knowledge and warmth that makes them the care taking type, therefore one of the most mature types of all.
  • ESTJ “protecting type” with their extroverted Te, this type is good at creating systems and orders to protect their families and society. Often parents or law enforcers, these mature types are the types many look up to for fairness and order (Te/Si combination) which makes them a mature and responsible type.
  • ISTJ “hardworking type” their Si and Te means they develop a hardworking, organised value system that ensures that they will work hard to achieve what they need. This high achieving, logical and concrete mind sight makes them an independent and responsible type.

Therefore, the ISTJ, ESTJ, ESFJ and ISFJ types are the most mature types. Remember, this isn’t to say the NP types are the most immature or that other types are immature! It varies much between different people, this is just a generalisation based on one person’s perspective on maturity! You can read about the awesome aspects of the other types on my other blog entries!

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Which MBTI type best represents drugs?

Hopefully, this blog entry will provide you guys with an abstract interpretation of, from much research, the psychological effects of various legal and illegal drugs and how this relates to MBTI personality types. If drugs had an MBTI type, what would they be?

  • Ectasy/MDMA- ESFP.
  • Adderal/medafonal- ISTJ.
  • Meth- ENFP.
  • Cocaine and crack cocaine- ENFJ.
  • Heroin- ISFP.
  • Speed- ENTJ
  • Weed- ISTP
  • Shrooms- INTJ
  • Alcohol- ESFJ
  • Tobacco- ESTJ
  • Caffeine- ISFJ
  • 2-CE- INFJ
  • Salvia- ENTP

Remember, there are many bad effects associated with illegal drugs and some legal drugs (as well as getting caught by the law/social factors), so I wouldn’t recommend doing them! Hopefully this provides you with better knowledge as to what they do from a more abstract perspective!

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Which MBTI type is best for different life stages?

There is no doubt that in certain stages of life, different MBTI types have different advantages. This article shall address which MBTI type achieves maximum happiness (which assumes it is the best type) at six stages of life- primary school, secondary school, University, young adulthood, mid adulthood and retirement. Infancy is not covered, because it is assumed that babies MBTI types haven’t developed and it is difficult to record when we have no infants to ask.

When children are young, introverts are generally more shy whereas extroverts are generally more sociable. This makes being an extrovert in primary school far easier. Additionally, in primary school T types generally succeed as they don’t get as personally offended by their peers honesty. Thinking types are generally more honest and more rational, and combined with the more concrete, practical thinking of S types, this can make for a happy, easy going childhood. Additionally, perceiving types are most likely to enjoy the fun activities presented by many of the primary school activities.

In high school, being a T type is helpful in order to show resilience to the high school drama surrounding you. Additionally, being a J type is useful in order to achieve social status, in a stage of life where peers opinions and social hierarchy are considered most important. Finally, extroverted types are more likely to succeed in high school life, to be invited to many fun events and get involved in the active high school community.

Assuming that University is attended, the intuitive types shine far more in University. They are surrounded by clubs that allow them to enjoy different open minded activities, and they more quickly figure out (and enjoy) theoretical concepts. In particular, University allows for flexibility in sharing a vast array of ideas, making Ne types particularly stand out. Additionally, University is a time in which there is a lack of social structure, where everyone can hang out with anybody depending on who they enjoy. This makes the harmonious and peaceful Fi types fit in well. Therefore, ENFP types generally succeed most at the University stage of life.

In early adulthood, things start to change. Social life is not considered as important, and according to Erickson’s stages of psychological development, intimacy is perceived as the most fundamental value. This means that close-knit relationships, such as family, close friends and serious relationships start to form. Generally, introverts, particularly the hard working Si types, are likely to succeed at both working hard in their field and fulfilling their ambitions in the workplace, as well as maintaining these interpersonal relationships due to the stable characteristics of introverted sensing types. Generally, this Si, combined with Te, allows the practical and logical ISTJ dominate learning the early steps of adulthood with caution, consistency and bravery.

In mid adulthood, things begin to change. By this stage, most are parents and their goal, according to Erikson, is to look after the household, children and succeed in work. Again, this allows the SJ types to succeed. Additionally, the nurturing Fe types will thoroughly enjoy this stage as they get to watch their children grow. This makes the ESFJ types most successful in this stage of life.

Finally, in the retirement stage, INTP are generally most happy. For once in their lives, INTP types are given the opportunity for: flexibility to explore ideas (Ne), only do things when they wish to (P), only socialize when they wish (I) and generally fascinate over their intensely interesting ideas and theories. Therefore, INTP’s succeed in the retirement age.

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Which MBTI type fits different crimes?

  • ISTP- Stealing
  • ESFP- Prostitute
  • INTP- Hacker
  • ISFP- Drug abuse
  • ENTP- Espionage
  • ENFP- Public Nuisance
  • INTJ- Criminal mastermind
  • ESTP- Murderer
  • ESTJ- Tax evasion
  • ESFJ- Defamation
  • INFJ- Propaganda
  • ISTJ- Assassination
  • ISFJ- Hate crime
  • ENFJ- Political corruption/deceit
  • INFP- Religious crimes
  • ENTJ- War crimes

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Which MBTI type are various inanimate objects?

Hey everyone! I decided to do something a bit different this time, hope you guys like it! :)

If various objects came alive, what personality type would they be?

  • Broom- ISTJ
  • Computer- INTJ
  • Home Phone- ESFJ
  • Mobile Phone- ENFP
  • Tennis racquet- ESTP
  • Calculator- INTJ
  • Video Game Consoles- ISTP
  • Washing Machine- ESTJ
  • Soccer ball- ESTP
  • Curtains- ISFJ
  • Car- ESTP
  • Book- INFP
  • Oven- ESTJ
  • Fridge- ISFJ
  • Microwave- ENTP
  • Sink- ESFJ
  • Piano- ISFP
  • Gate- ISTJ
  • Blender- ESTP
  • Toothbrush- ESFJ
  • Shower- ESFJ
  • Hairbrush- ESFJ
  • Anything else that improves hygiene- likely an ESFJ
  • Foods- ISFJ
  • iPod- ENFP
  • Road- ISTJ
  • Furniture- ISTJ
  • Fireplace- ISTP
  • Knives- ESTJ
  • Guns- ENTJ
  • Fork- ESTP
  • Spoon- ISFJ
  • Clothes- ENFJ
  • Plates- ENTJ


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Which MBTI type best suits different activities and hobbies?

Certainly, it could be said that some activities are both more suited for, and more enjoyed by, certain MBTI types. For example, activities in the arts are generally more suited for feeling types, whereas more logical activities are generally associated with thinking types. Please remember these are generalizations- do not give up your dreams because your type does not match up with the activity listed. Without further ado, here is the list of different activities and the type they are best associated to:

  • Chess- INTP
  • Jigsaw puzzles- ISTP
  • Photography- ISFP
  • Artistic Photography- INFP
  • Acting- ESFP
  • Singing- ESFP
  • Musician- ESFP
  • Directing- ENFP
  • Film Editing- ENFP
  • Gardening- ESFJ
  • Stamp collecting- ISTJ
  • Reading newspaper- ISTJ
  • Reading magazines- ISFJ
  • Watching movies- INFJ
  • Playing video games- INTP
  • Fixing/repairing cars, pipes, anything- ISTP
  • Building- ESTP
  • Writing stories- INFP
  • Skating- ESTP
  • Surfing- ESTP
  • Sports- ESTP
  • Fashion Designing- ENFP
  • Hairdresser/barber- ISFJ
  • Magic tricks- INTP
  • Strategic games- INTJ
  • Painting/drawing- ISFP
  • Praying- INFJ
  • Cooking- ESFJ
  • Cleaning- ISFJ
  • Charities- ENFJ
  • Army work- ESTJ
  • Comedian- ENTP
  • Leading- ENTJ
  • Taekwondoe- ENTJ
  • Skipping- ESTP
  • Hop scotch- ESFP
  • Archery- ISTJ
  • Bowling- ISTJ
  • Camping- ESTP
  • Yoga- ISFP
  • Sailing- ISTJ
  • Fishing- ISTP
  • Scrapbooking- INFJ
  • Leading activities- ENTJ
  • Playing circle games- ENFJ
  • LARPing- ENTP
  • Kiteflying- ESFP
  • Cycling- ISFJ
  • Cosplaying- INFP
  • Hula-hooping- ESFP
  • Tug-of-war- ENTJ
  • Learning foreign language- INFJ
  • Gambling- ENTP
  • Juggling- ISTJ
  • Lego building- INTJ
  • Knitting- ISFJ

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Which MBTI type relates to each season? (Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring)

There are many factors that we must consider when determining which season is best. We may enjoy one season because it is our birthday, or we may prefer a particular temperature and weather. However, one often overlooked aspect is personality.

I believe that certain MBTI types are best suited for different types. Let’s investigate:


Firstly, Summer time strongly corresponds with the ESTP type. Se types are considered the fun, in the moment types, and most people think of the beach, swimming, the park or other outdoor activities to enjoy the sunny temperature. Summer is indeed one of the best times to experience the outdoors and to embrace new opportunities. For example, on a recent visit to America during mid winter, many opportunities were closed off- they were only available in summer. Summer is perfect for the fun loving Se types, supported by the competitive and fun nature that Ti’s often enjoy. This leaves me with the conclusion of the ESTP being best suited for summer.


Secondly, Autumn correlates with the ISTJ type. As Si types enjoy practicality and simplicity, Autumn is the perfect season as the weather remains consistently safe, not too hot or cold, as well as being very repetitive without anything extreme out of the order or out of reach due to the weather. Often described as the safe (and sometimes boring!) types, ISXJ’s would feel right at home in Autumn! Additionally, T types see the logical benefits to Autumn, whereas the more emotional F types may become more easily depressed by the Autumn temperature. Therefore, ISTJ types are best suited for Autumn.


Thirdly, winter is best suited for INFP’s. During the cold weather, many people are naturally more inclined to stay indoors, and hence this makes the perfect weather for introverts. In particular, introverted intuitive types most probably enjoy this time to invest time in their creative projects, and to give them some time from the extroverted sensing dominated society. Additionally, many Fi types would embrace the uncertainty and excitement of the season. Therefore, INFP’s are best suited for Winter.


Finally, spring is best suited for ESFJ’s. Much like autumn, spring is another in between season in temperature- it is consistent, and not on either extreme scale of temperature (not too hot or too cold like summer and winter respectively.) Therefore, the Si type would enjoy this weather. However, the extroverted, Fe types, who also go for consistency, would not enjoy the ugly, lifeless autumn. Dominant Fe types (particularly ESFJ’s) enjoy beauty, hence the ESFJ type most strongly correlates with spring.

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