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They make decisions based on an internal sense of right and wrong, and Personality Hackers says that “often an INFP won’t know the right decision to make until after they’ve made it.” I think that’s what happens when Belle offers, “Take me instead.” You can see her thinking about it, offering to take her father’s place, and then after she says it being very decided about her choice.

She believes “no one wants to be alone.” She asks Kristoff, “Are you going to be okay? I was once told Anna is far too clumsy to be an ESFJ. ”) and panicking about the future (“Ohh, what am I gonna do? I can’t go back to Arendelle with the weather like this! Typing her is complicated by the fact that she’s only 16 and it doesn’t appear she’s had much encouragement to “grow up.” I wouldn’t describe her as a particularly mature version of either type.

This is probably my most unpopular typing choice, so I’m going to spend some extra time on Anna.

Literally everyone else types her as an ESFP or, more rarely, and ENFP.

You’ll notice her Harmony lead throughout the film.

She’s concerned with where to stand at the party so she doesn’t make Elsa uncomfortable.

In response, I’ve re-typed several characters (which is noted and explained in the individual character discussions). If you’re not familiar with that aspect of Myers-Briggs theory, click here and here for a two-part introduction.

Read on for detailed explanations for why I chose these types for each character.Given what we know about her, I think ISFP is the “best fit” type.is still my favorite Disney film and I identify with Belle so much even though we’re not the same type (click here for a great article on the differences tween INFJ and INFP types).She puts up with dancing with Duke Weselton because it’s polite and expected.She won’t let Kristof warn Olaf about summer because it would hurt his feelings.In the two years since publishing the last chart, I’ve learned more about Myers-Briggs typing.