Q&A

How do INTP show anger?

How do INTP show anger?

Most of the time the INTPs anger comes from a problem or feeling which they have avoided or neglected for a long time. They attempt to push those feelings aside in hopes of not being seen as emotional, instead they want to be as logical as possible.

Are INTPs quick to anger?

INTPs, at least in my personal experience, are very slow to anger. They like to take in the whole picture, analyze it, figure out why the question is being asked in the first place and try to solve the “real” problem.

Do INTP have tempers?

INTPs can be somewhat short-tempered people, even if they don’t show it. They become agitated by too much noise, or by too many people around them. INTPs need a lot of time to themselves in order to feel recharged, which is why they can be a bit short-tempered.

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Do INTPs feel anger?

INTPs definitely experience feelings of anger, but this isn’t always something they express outwardly. They can be somewhat reserved about expressing emotions, and find it more natural to keep these things to themselves. INTPs prefer to focus on rational thought, and can have a tendency to avoid their own emotions in favor of this.

Why do INTPs snap at you?

This is not because they have changed their tune. This is the midpoint in the transition from critical thinker to emotional outburst. Stage 5:In their mind, INTP has acquired enough evidence and connected enough dots to validate their anger and now they finally snap.

How do INTPs act when they go into rage mode?

When they go into a rage mode, the INTP becomes somewhat tunnel visioned and only sees that they need to let it all out. The outburst becomes almost impossible for them to pull back from until it is finished and they have expressed everything they feel needs to be expressed.

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What happens when an INTP gives you the silent treatment?

Stage 3:INTP begins withdrawing and gives you the silent treatment. Whatever social rapport they may have had with you is now one-sided. They speak only when addressed directly. Otherwise they do not initiate any communication and trying to get information out of them becomes like pulling teeth.