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For those who may not know, according to the Myers-Briggs personality types, there are 16 different types and one of these types is far more kind than the rest. This overly kind personality type is the ISTJ.

While being overly kind might not sound like a good thing, it is. Being an ISTJ is a wonderful thing. ISTJ stands for introversion, sensing, thinking, and judging. These are the most prominent traits of this personality type.

This personality type is thought to be the most abundant and makes up about thirteen percent of the population. People with this personality are very forgiving and always take responsibility for themselves and their actions. Below you will find a list of traits that you might have to indicate that you are an ISTJ.

14 Things That Mean You Might Be Someone With The Kindest Personality Type There is:

1. You base everything on facts.

ISTJ’s are very fact-based. They spend a lot of time researching and making sure everything is lined up. They are constantly learning and growing in general.

2. You don’t do well with change.

ISTJ’s do not do well with change. They spend all of their time trying to avoid it. They are also not able to handle their imperfections.

3. You are far more dedicated than most.

ISTJ’s are too dedicated to getting things done. They make sure that they get everything done that they intend to. Their dedication knows no bounds.

4. You do not make many assumptions.

ISTJ’s are-as mentioned above very fact-oriented. They do not assume anything they don’t know facts about. They are more than aware that opinions are opinions and facts are something entirely different.

5. You like to spend time alone or with very few people.

ISTJ’s are a lot more introverted than people realize they are. They like to spend a lot of time alone and if they are spending time with friends they don’t have very many. They keep a close small circle of people in their lives.

6. You are able to remain calm in most situations.

ISTJ’s are able to remain calm in even the highest intensity situations. They do not get worked up easily and are more than capable of getting through even the roughest times. When it comes to getting their feathers ruffled it isn’t as easy as most would think.

7. You are very responsible.

ISTJ’s always follow through with their promises. They work hard and get things done. If ever they do something wrong they are quick to own up to it.

8. You are always honest.

ISTJ’s are not liars. They do their best, to tell the truth always and they do not hesitate to correct themselves. Honesty is an important thing to them within themselves and in those around them.

9. You are very old school.

ISTJ’s are old souls at heart. They do things their own way and their own way is quite traditional. This also goes along with them being unable to face change.

10. You are not someone who handles conflict well.

ISTJ’s do not like confrontation. They are not good at facing those who are doing wrong or even being confronted when they are doing wrong. You struggle with these things in ways other people do not.

11. You do not deal well with ignorance.

When people refuse to accept facts or continue to be ignorant when facing the truth the ISTJ becomes quite irritated. They do not spend their time giving power to people like this and they avoid them at all costs. ISTJ’s are very simple people.

12. You always want to keep your friends and family happy.

ISTJ’s are always working to please their friends and families. They really do their best to care for the people close to them. If you are in their circle you are set for life.

13. You enjoy the small things in life.

ISTJ’s are very minimalistic. They stop to smell the roses and really notice all the small things. They are able to be happy in even the shittiest situations because of this.

14. People often go to you when they need someone to be ‘real’ with them.

ISTJ’s are very honest and are all about the facts as mentioned before. When people go to them for advice they do not sugar coat anything. Their advice whether taken or not is usually the best advice to go with.