it's heartfelt. i mean, she wasn't trying to be a Poet or anything, just getting down her thoughts
she's very Fi to me and was fairly insightful in a not-so-obvious way.
i love how sensitive she was. in each of her roles she was so responsive and vulnerable.
Agreeing with lots of above posters with ISFP 6w7. (also sp/sx maybe?) She was not an extrovert. She had all these quotes about restoring herself while alone. She had strong Se that made her look like an E, I think.
To be honest, i think that typologies for truly creative people are useless. She definitely wasnt an isfp. Its funny because she couldve been also an intp, etc, etc. But, but, but... she wasnt strongly f or strongly t. She had certain characteristics, so certain types might recognize themselves in her but the thing is that duality is something you start with. Its very basic, I guess to many people its still a surprise that were different. I think that as you evolve more and more then youre more in the middle and you rise above these. Her major problem was people trying to classify her as something she wasnt. She might have had been through different phases in her life but nothing was consistent enough. And i see this as positive because it shows her growth as a human being. Theraphy ruined her though imho. It was too much of f for her and she lost her balance. i think its a common problem - I mean she knew how to be vulnerable and sensitive not because she truly was just that always (there were many instances in her life when she was pretty much indifferent and very business oriented etc.) because thats something she controlled and she knew how to play but mistaking her with her persona is obviously wrong. Even writing this post seems that i simplify her in some way, she was incredibly complex so there couldve been many scenarios. I'm also a creative person so it means that f,t,s and n are just colors in my palette. Im exactly as capable of being logical as of coming with the strangest ideas while maintaining my s interests. Im also quite good with empathy and reading people and being in touch with my feelings. But neither of them is my main focus, because my main focus is creativity.
Marilyn was sexually abused as a child and killed herself as an adult, yet she is celebrated in America as an icon of American womanhood. This tells us an awful lot about American society and very little about Marilyn.
We all love Marilyn, a sexually abused child and suicide, the most desirable of American women.
Yet when we kiss her, we can smell the sexual abuse on her breath, and taste the suicide on her tongue.