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    Iron Maiden fidelia's Avatar
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    Thank you Popsicle. That was very helpful. I knew there should be many differences but wondered why people would mix up the two.

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    i dont spot them so much.... i listen for what I call the "softie but firmie ISFJ voice". Its in their verbage, and if they dress conservatively....... yep, ISFJ.

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    I seem to spot them all the time. The secretaries where I work are all ISFJ or ESFJ.

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    Why would anyone mix the two types up? They are definitely completely different. They're the women that come to the office and want to reiterate conversations with people over the weekend word for word, discuss the diet they are on, and so on then?

    What about more conservative hairdressers? (Not the crazy SP ones with the wildly streaked hair) Would they be ESFJs?

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    The ones I know talk about recipes and decorating a lot. They like to entertain and their homes are usually beautifully decorated. They do a lot of crafts...scrapbooking is big with them. They are usually very well put together. Their outfits are well thought out and accessorized.

    They are very, very nice people. I just don't have a lot in common with them. I think they tend to look at me with pity at times.

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    SPOTTED

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    This is a terrible stereotype, but...

    ISFJs are, like, every second mom. They're everywhere.
    *You don't have a soul. You are a Soul. You have a body.
    *Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.
    C.S. Lewis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Popsicle View Post
    They are very, very nice people. I just don't have a lot in common with them. I think they tend to look at me with pity at times.
    I was talking about female ISFJs, but now that I think of it, my ISFJ boyfriend and I don't have a lot in common either. However, he is truly one of the nicest people I know...truly the kindest and most patient man I've met. And he does tend to give me *that* look at times, too.

    But it does work.
    Last edited by Popsicle; 06-28-2009 at 10:21 PM.

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    I am sorry, I saw the title and just had to do it

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    LOL

    funny cuz its true - people who make these "how to spot" threads/posts are borderline stalkers IMO

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