6 Fictional Characters You’ll Relate to if You’re an ISFP

The ISFP characters you know from movies, TV shows, and books will possess the typical array of ISFP traits. They are frequently called on to put these characteristics to good use, to find clever and dynamic ways to solve problems and resolve conflicts. They may be summoned to save the universe every now and then as well, responding to the stupendous and spine-tingling dangers posed by supervillains or supernatural forces.

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8 Fictional Characters You’ll Relate to if You’re an ISFJ

ISFJs are one of the caretakers of the 16-type system and not without particular esteem. Their sense of duty, loyalty, and commitment is an unrivaled trait that makes the ISFJ the go-to person for actionable care, sympathy, and down-to-earth connections. Otherwise called “The Protector,” you may know an ISFJ aunt, mother, or father who strives to do everything they can do to make you (and everyone else they love) comfortable, happy, and at peace. Or you may recognize that you, yourself, are a caring ISFJ. 

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Amy Poehler’s Enneagram: Type 8, The Challenger

“Anybody who doesn't make you feel good, kick them to the curb. And the earlier you start in your life, the better.” — Amy Poehler, Enneagram 8 

You probably know her as the bubbly and ambitious Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation or the “cool mom” on Mean Girls. Similar to her Parks and Rec character, Amy Poehler has an impressive resume: actress, comedian, writer, director, producer, best-selling author, mom and champion to women everywhere (to name a few). 

Enneagram Types of Your Favorite Harry Potter Characters

In the process of writing Harry Potter, JK Rowling created a range of rich, detailed characters, each with their own personality and Enneagram type. Throughout the books, the characters reveal their personalities through their actions, words and motivations. From Harry’s unbreakable Type 8 spirit to Hermione’s Type 1 perfectionist traits, here are the Harry Potter Enneagram types for each of your favorite characters!

5 characters you’ll relate to if you’re an ENTP

ENTP fictional characters are hugely entertaining to read and watch. Their quick wit and combative style means they often get the best lines. They’re always on hand to hit someone with a scathing and sarcastic comment when needed. At the same time, they’re not afraid to speak up and challenge people when they don’t agree with their views, staying true to their values.

7 Fictional Characters You’ll Relate to if You’re an INTP

Analytical and unafraid of breaking tradition, the INTP personality type appears calm on the outside despite the constant turning of their gears. The INTP’s deep inner world is working to uncover the mysteries of the universe, and it’s their devoted inner-thought processes that set this type apart from others. If you’re an INTP, you don’t care to fit in based on others’ ideals of what’s trendy. Your unique way of viewing and analyzing life leads you to exciting discoveries about what’s happening around you every day.

Which Classic Christmas Character Are You, Based on Your Personality Type?

It’s the holiday season, which means while you’re busy checking items off your gift list, sipping seasonal favorites, and getting into the holiday spirit, you can also discover which classic Christmas character you are. Whether you’re as jovial as Santa Claus or as grumpy as the Grinch, you share your preferences with a classic character from a seasonal favorite.

Any fictional character’s personality type is up for debate, but you should find these connections uncanny. So, without further ado, here’s your Christmas doppelganger.  

4 Fictional Characters You’ll Truly Relate to if You’re an ENFP

It is no secret: we are wired for stories. Fiction allows us to stress-test and learn vicariously through relatable characters and fascinating worlds. 

If you’re an ENFP personality, chances are you’ve been disappointed by other articles that point to Michael Scott or Ron Weasley as your fictional personality counterparts. As engaging as these characters are, I’m guessing that you don’t want to be associated with the universally inappropriate boss or the insecure sidekick.  


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