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MBTI Social Engineering | How Some Use The MBTI To Manipulate You

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MBTI Social Engineering

Has someone ever told you you were mistyped, simply by observing you talk for two seconds, or because you used a certain emoji or word in a facebook conversation?

Has someone told you they can tell you everything about yourself and your personality type, simply from observing how often you blink with your eyes?

And has someone told you they could fix all your problems and issues in life and relationships if you only buy into their system?

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Some people call themselves social engineers and use MBTI Social Engineering, trying to apply psychology and personality psychology to manipulate other people. They'll do their best at getting at your insecurities. They will insult you, call you a fool, and in the next sentence say, just buy into my system, join me, and we can be friends. I'll teach you all my tricks. I'll make you more popular with the ladies. I will get anyone to like you. Yes, these people are crazy and twisted. They are just as toxic as they sound. If they're making you feel small, chances are, they are doing it on purpose.

Watch out for MBTI Cults and MBTI Social Engineering. It doesn't work.

Watch out for people who prey on your insecurities and who think they know you better than yourself. There is no quick fix to learning the MBTI. Don't give these people any money or attention. The MBTI should be practised in a way that is moral and ethical. The goal of the MBTI is to better understand other people. People who are good at the MBTI have more meaningful relationships and feel more connected to other people. Thanks to the MBTI, you will slowly develop more emotional intelligence. People with ethics give you space and room to form your own identity and to find your own personality type, and only help and try to point you in the right direction.

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4 comments on “MBTI Social Engineering | How Some Use The MBTI To Manipulate You”

  1. (5/5)

    why use such a tool for SE? its just bizarre. like very high Te valuers lol. being correct doesnt matter to such people, just getting you to buy things, believe them and control!

  2. (5/5)

    why use such a tool for SE? its just bizarre. like very high Te valuers lol. being correct doesnt matter to such people, just getting you to buy things, believe them and control!

  3. I feel a lot of people just use MBTI to categorise people which is ultimately all about labels and not that great. People who are nitpicky about theories arent great.
    very few help people: ie people like you, then CPT and and CS Joseph SOMETIMES gives advice

  4. I feel a lot of people just use MBTI to categorise people which is ultimately all about labels and not that great. People who are nitpicky about theories arent great.
    very few help people: ie people like you, then CPT and and CS Joseph SOMETIMES gives advice

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