MBTI Spotlight: ESFJ (Rachel Berry – Glee)

“You might laugh because everytime I sign my name I put a gold star after it, but it’s a metaphor, and metaphor is important. My gold star’s a metaphor for me being a star.”

Rachel Berry, played by Lea Michele, is the main character of Glee Series. In this series, I can really see her as an ESFJ for some several reasons.

Fe – Ms. Berry might look like a diva, she always tried to save the whole stage just for her. However, in daily life, she constantly brought the best of people. She motivated her friends in Glee Club, especially her boyfriend, Finn. She was also very sensitive and insecure. She always tried to do the best just because she was afraid she would not do something perfectly.

Si – The quote from Ms. Rachel Berry said it all, lmao! She had several routines like putting gold star ⭐️ after her signs and complicated-yet-always-perfect hairdo in the night. Also, she was very conventional, she liked traditions and was proud of them, from the simplest ones like girls’ night out to Thanksgiving and Christmas. On top of that, she had a very good memory, and moving on from things and people was something difficult for her.

Ne – Although seemed very planned, she sometimes altered her life plans when she realized she had to. Her tertiary functions helped her to do this. She knew that in the end she was going to be in Broadway, but she never limited herself to other big chances.

Ti – Her last cognitive function helped her to analyze other people, what they did wrong and right, in order to create success for herself. In an unhealthy phase, she also could overanalyze people, and make the drama out of her analysis.



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