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In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk with guest host Susan Storm about moving beyond your personality stereotypes to express a more healthy version of yourself.
In this podcast you’ll find:
- Join us with guest host Susan Storm of Psychology Junkie.
- Joel shares an example of a stereotypical situation he had with some other ENFPs.
- Why type stereotypes, and projection with ourselves and each other which are unhelpful for growth.
- Susan shares about unhealthy projection onto INFJs in type communities.
- Every type is judged based on a person’s previous experience with that type.
- We lean on our own type as a crutch.
- Susan shares some of her personal experiences.
- When is a problem related to your personality type versus a personal issue?
- How stress, grip reactions, mental illness, anxiety & trauma can cause unhealthy behaviour within a type.
- They won’t look like their type
- Being coddled within type preferences – one sidedness
- More about healthy versus unhealthy behaviours:
- Trauma and stress are unhealthy – we need to heal
- Healthy – tapping into and respecting your functions
- Not doing anything is unhealthy – no self-esteem
- Timeline of healthy type development as we age
- How to develop the other side of your car model? (e.g. ENFPs and Si)
- Recognizing trauma versus maturity
- How can you apply this to your life?
- When you should or shouldn’t give yourself a pass
- Knowing “this behaviour isn’t me”
- Avoid projection onto others
- How can we avoid projection onto others?
- Knowledge of what healthy and unhealthy looks like
- What to do when you have a problem with a certain type? Overcoming negative type-associations: a fun exercise recommendation
- Are your feelings getting in the way of determining someone’s type?
- You can find Susan at psychologyjunkie.com
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