In the Grip: Understanding Type, Stress, and the Inferior Function

In the Grip Understanding Type Stress and the Inferior Function None

  • Title: In the Grip: Understanding Type, Stress, and the Inferior Function
  • Author: Naomi L. Quenk
  • ISBN: 9781856391023
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Naomi Quenk's book empower personality insights during times of stress, of being "in the grip." This helpful, brief book illustrates with stories and charts that personalities under stress display common behaviors connected to lesser preferred functions. For example, dominant, big picture thinkers, iNtuitives, under stress, revert to their inferior function, Sensing, and to a focus on the body. No wonder I work out like a mad-woman when crazy stuff is going on. A number of readers will find her [...]

    2. So many times I said, "that's me" or "I've done that" while reading this book. As long as you know your personality type one can make better decisions, even potentially avoid arguments when someone else is 'in the grip.' Clear and concise, the book covers all the personality types and how in relationships the inferior function in two people can emerge at the same time which leads to polarizing situations, arguments, and fights.

    3. An excellent book for applying the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) to real life! This look at stress responses by the 16 various types was profound for my personal journey; it helped my wife and I identify our own stress reactions and to shift our issues from blaming our co-workers to owning our own difficulties.I highly recommend this resource for anyone familiar with and using the MBTI for personal development and group dynamics: life coaches, team consultants, team leaders, mentors.

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