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    I agree with the helping thing. If he feels like he is helping you in some way and that you NEED him, then I'm pretty sure that will make him quite happy. ISFJs love to feel like somebody in the world needs them, especially when it comes to relationships. If they feel like you need them, they'll come to need you soon enough... Telling him how much you appreciate little details etc will also go a long way. It shows that you recognize his efforts.

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    first, I'd like to say I'm pursuing one ISFJ who. Second, it's pretty rough being an INTJ, who is by nature highly independent, to ask for help haha... Not to say I have my life all in order, but I usually am pretty on top of things. Is wanting her company considered her help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clamsters View Post
    first, I'd like to say I'm pursuing one ISFJ who.
    What?

    Quote Originally Posted by clamsters View Post
    Second, it's pretty rough being an INTJ, who is by nature highly independent, to ask for help haha... Not to say I have my life all in order, but I usually am pretty on top of things. Is wanting her company considered her help?
    No. You need to be specific in what you want her to help you with. Put yourself in a situation where you actually need help [a project ], however if she picks up that it is part of your scheme, you're screwed.

    Maybe instead of going the "help" route, you could ask her to a movie or something, that seems traditional, no? SJ's like tradional. But then again, I'm not an ISFJ nor do I know any.
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    We do like traditional stuff... well, the majority do I would say. I think a lot of it depends on what values you are raised with. But ISFJ's will appreciate traditional things according to their value systems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Put them in some sort of fake danger and then come to their rescue.

    The closer your romance lines up with classic Disney movie storylines the better the chances you'll get the ISFJ.
    This.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clamsters View Post
    first, I'd like to say I'm pursuing one ISFJ who. Second, it's pretty rough being an INTJ, who is by nature highly independent, to ask for help haha... Not to say I have my life all in order, but I usually am pretty on top of things. Is wanting her company considered her help?

    Short answer .. NO.

    Please persue her .. You will enjoy it, BUT there will be times where you possibly don't have a clue what is going on in her head. Communication, communication, communication. You will learn so much from her and visa versa. From time to time, appreciate and validate the things she does for you. Don't treat her like a doormat.

    Enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clamsters View Post
    first, I'd like to say I'm pursuing one ISFJ who. Second, it's pretty rough being an INTJ, who is by nature highly independent, to ask for help haha... Not to say I have my life all in order, but I usually am pretty on top of things. Is wanting her company considered her help?
    I would very much so like it if someone said that they wanted my company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    I would very much so like it if someone said that they wanted my company.
    Don't get me wrong, that is nice but would you consider that help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post
    Don't get me wrong, that is nice but would you consider that help?
    No, but I assumed clamsters was being a bit facetious in asking if it would be considered help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    I would very much so like it if someone said that they wanted my company.
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