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    Dec 13, 2022    |   Psychometrics Canada

‘Tis the Season: Holiday Stress and Personality Type

 

holiday stress

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Written by Psychometrics Canada

As exciting as the holidays are, they can be stressful for a variety of reasons. However, by understanding your type preferences, specifically as they relate to S-N and T-F, you may be able to minimize these effects.

Here’s a quick tip sheet of “Resources and Remedies” to help manage holiday stress based on your personality type.

Sensing vs Intuition

Sensing Types

  • Ignore or avoid distractions while working
  • Organize and accomplish small projects
  • Ask for help with priorities
  • Ask for help in identifying possibilities and options
  • Get away and spend time alone in a pleasant Sensing environment

Intuitive Types

  • Schedule in “unscheduled” time
  • Accept help with overwhelming details
  • Set boundaries
  • Plan or make lists to avoid unwelcome surprises
  • Prioritize tasks and delegate to others

Thinking vs Feeling

Thinking Types

  • Take time alone to regain control
  • Seek out quiet emotional support from trusted others
  • Engage in physical activity
  • Disengage from stressful situations
  • Resist pervasive inner fears

Feeling Types

  • Refocus on what is right, rather than what is wrong
  • Take time for fun and engage in relaxing activities
  • Reflect or meditate on your personal values and priorities
  • Talk things through with an un-involved person
  • Have time alone for as long as needed

 

*Excerpted from In the Grip: Understanding Type, Stress, and the Inferior Function. Click here for product information.

Be sure to visit our Knowledge Centre for more great tips on using personality types and the MBTI assessment.

 

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