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The Myers-Briggs Company Explores the Interplay Between Stress, Nature, and Personality Type During Stress Awareness Month and Earth Day

The Myers-Briggs Company Explores the Interplay Between Stress, Nature, and Personality Type During Stress Awareness Month and Earth Day
Nature’s Rx– Reduce Stress with Personality Type Tips for Earth Day and Stress Awareness Month

April marks both Stress Awareness Month and Earth Day, two observances that might seem unrelated but share surprising connections. The Myers-Briggs Company is taking this opportunity to explore the intersection between stress, nature, and MBTI® personality types through new research and resources.

New MBTI Type & Sustainability Research:
John Hackston, Head of Thought Leadership for The Myers-Briggs Company, emphasizes the importance of collective action and individual behavior changes to combat climate change. The company’s latest research investigates how MBTI personality types correlate with pro-environmental attitudes, behaviors, and climate change skepticism. Download the research here.

Stress, Nature & Personality Type:
The Myers-Briggs Company highlights that Myers-Briggs® personality preferences influence stress triggers and effective stress-reducing behaviors. Complementing this, a study published in Nature Scientific Reports reveals that spending at least 120 minutes per week in nature can lead to lower stress levels and improved well-being. The company introduces an infographic titled “Stress, Nature, and MBTI Personality Type,” offering nature-focused stress reduction recommendations.

“Nature serves as a potent stress-reducer,” notes Hackston. “Research consistently supports this link, and combining nature with self-awareness of personality type can empower individuals to enhance resilience and well-being.”

Stress Triggers by Myers-Briggs Personality Type:
To further assist individuals in understanding their unique stress triggers, The Myers-Briggs Company has updated their popular stress head graphics. These redesigned graphics now include resilience tips tailored to each MBTI personality type, providing actionable insights for stress management. Download the stress head graphics here.

As Stress Awareness Month and Earth Day coincide in April, The Myers-Briggs Company offers valuable insights into the interplay between stress, nature, and personality type. Through new research, an informative infographic, and updated stress head graphics, the company aims to help individuals better understand and manage stress while fostering a deeper connection with nature.