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    ISFJ's are bigger meanie heads than INFJs, like Hmm!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nozflubber View Post
    ISFJ's are bigger meanie heads than INFJs, like Hmm!!
    ISFJ's will kick nozflubbers butt unlike INFJ's.

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    The descriptions of ISFJ always suck compared to the INFJs magical sixth sense. Bah humbug. /Lashes out on everybody.

    On a more serious note: Do INFJs really detect things that aren't based on past experiences? Intuition is just basically leaping towards the end, without knowing the building blocks isn't it?

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    I think the big difference between an ISFJ and INFJ is that the ISFJ is more likely to score S, while the INFJ is more likely to score N.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    People's emotional states "get inside" me all the time. Everyday feels like an emotional rollercoaster for me even when dealing with others. But I am able to realize when/if it's impractical to let it negatively effect things and I will adjust accordingly if I have to in order to get things done.
    This is probably true in general, but I am just talking about my perception of the two types. If ISFJ's get bothered by things easily they don't let on nearly as much as INFJ's do.
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    I've known one ISFJ for 19 years, and...

    I've noticed she's really touched by stories, e.g. news / tv and such. She needs to talk about these things to smbd all the time, and she gets really involved with these peoples / animals stories even though she doesn't know them personally.

    (I don't really get emotionally involved with news stories, nor do I seek information about those)

    She also expresses a lot of concern with status and how people / things look like. Sometimes I've called her Bree from the Desperate Housewives jokingly

    She's way more practical than me (and more self-sacrificing in this sense, she does a lot of stuff for her close ones).

    She is usually very assertive and out-going in social settings.

    She does speak faster.

    She is very competetive and doesn't want to be friends with people that are "smarter" than her She likes feeling "superior". Or then being with people who are by some standards "popular". (whereas I like being around people that are smarter for the stimulation and challenge, and/or some way interesting, random people. I'd guess you won't find INFJ playing social games and trying delibaretely please anyone to achieve something)

    She gets bored with talking about something very fast (I could go on forever about whatever topics and create new ones and talk abt hypothetical alternatives etc)

    ISFJs are overly kind-natured

    ISFJs take care of people in practical ways and by being there, giving their time and making tremendous efforts for their families.

    INFJs give therapy.

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    Thanks, very good points

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    Quote Originally Posted by tibby View Post
    ISFJs are overly kind-natured
    not all of us

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    Seperate them. The following will take on person for the INFJ and another for the ISFJ.
    At the same time in different locations, throw a chair at them.

    The one that blocks and rolls is the ISFJ.

    The one that closes his/her eyes/puts hands together/sends chair to the beyond section in Bed Bath and Beyond.........is the INFJ by default and orderliness
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thursday View Post
    Seperate them. The following will take on person for the INFJ and another for the ISFJ.
    At the same time in different locations, throw a chair at them.

    The one that blocks and rolls is the ISFJ.

    The one that closes his/her eyes/puts hands together/sends chair to the beyond section in Bed Bath and Beyond.........is the INFJ by default and orderliness
    Hm, ok, so I threw a chair at my mother, but she didn't behave according to expected patterns. She got like




    I'm confused

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