When you fight: Only when you’re at the very end of your long fuse.
Sometimes it’s important to let things roll off your back instead of creating conflict, accepting that there isn’t always a right or wrong answer, just different opinions.(Your relationships will be better for it.)When you fight: You’ll argue your POV until you “win.” ESFJFor the most part, you like when everyone gets along and you’re typically the peacemaker in your group; you help others see sides of the situation they may not otherwise.ENTJIf something is important to you, you have an opinion on it — and you’re always positive it’s the right one.When it comes to arguments, you’re equally as sure, and are usually stuck in your own POV, needing to “win” before the issue is settled.When you fight: To test a theory, or when you don’t care about the outcome. You’d rather have everyone just get along than constantly fight about silly stuff.
That said, you have no problem speaking up if the situation calls for it — especially when someone is telling one of your friends how to act, feel, or live their life.If you don’t care about the conversation or debate, though? Speaking up sooner — when something is bugging you, before you start a fight — can help keep the peace for yourself and others.When you fight: When you’ve been repressing your feelings too long.ESFPYou lead with that go-with-the-flow nature, but you often end up in arguments simply because you are direct and matter-of-fact about what you believe.You are never afraid to speak up if you disagree, especially as it relates to causes you feel strongly for or the people you love. When you fight: When someone disagrees with your values.ISFJYou wear your heart on your sleeve with those who know you best, and you’re very sensitive to criticism.