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    Talking SJs are awesome enough that I want to bake them a cake and such!!!!

    since giggly wants to keep the SJ appreciation to SJs only, and the SPs have their own appreciation thread, I'm going to do this

    I've always had awesome SJs in my life and I totally appreciate how brilliantly awesome they are You guys are great friends, wonderful parents, awesome bosses and thoroughly delightful SOs- if there's anything that an extreme P type needs in life it's a good SJ!

    I adore the fact that the SJs that I know try and do the right thing, no matter what, and they have a tendancy to be so funny and thoughtful about things!

    I adore my ESFJs that I've had... they're good friends who stick by me no matter what and have always been good at rounding me up and dragging me out of the outdoors to have some quality fun with friends- practical, warm and good at all of the things that I really suck at, ESFJs are awesome

    My ISFJs are no less awesome... quiet, steady, dependable and I've never met an ISFJ who wasn't intensely curious about the world and people around them If an ISFJ likes you they seem to have the tendancy to do everything they can to make your life better... don't abuse your ISFJs people, they're great!

    my ESTJs are honestly blunt and tend to at least give off the appearance of having everything so TOGETHER... I'm so envious of that My ESTJ friends have always been rather upfront about telling me that I'm dating a total douche, or am too smart to be doing something stupid or that I should head home from the party because I have plans for the next day- I appreciate that a lot... I don't always have the most common sense and occasionally feel that I should carry an ESTJ in my pocket to be my voice of reason... I want to BE an ESTJ

    I adore my ISTJs too... they can try and be so grumpy and several WANT for people to think that they're curmudgeony assholes, but they aren't fooling anyone because everyone knows that they're really very nice, straightforward and good people underneath it The one's I know don't have much patience with bullshit and are wonderful about having common sense, being supportive, but not coddling and are the best quality control that I've ever met (does this spaghetti sauce taste right? the ISTJ will be able to tell you if you're slightly short on the oregano from last time ) I love my ISTJs

    So for everyone who hates on SJs on this site, you're either jealous or crazy, because SJs are pure awesomeness
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Awww, that makes me feel better! I'm pretty certain my fiance is an extreme P.... I constantly have to keep him on track! And though he's not into planning, he'll oblige and actually set something in stone some times because he knows I need that to keep my sanity.

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    oh whatever, I didn't want to keep anybody else out of my thread. It's just that some sourpuss always manages to come into threads like this expressly just to stink up the place because they think it's fun or are insensitive. I was trying to avoid that in my thread but I appreciate this, so carry on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kymbirleigh View Post
    Awww, that makes me feel better! I'm pretty certain my fiance is an extreme P.... I constantly have to keep him on track! And though he's not into planning, he'll oblige and actually set something in stone some times because he knows I need that to keep my sanity.
    You're lucky. Do you think he'll ever feel stifled or resentful of that?
    Just asking because I am curious about how extreme J and extreme P really manage together.

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    I have a very J-ish J and I'm the epitome of P... I absolutley adore the fact that he's everything that I'm not in that way... we both like each other for being so different on that front, so stifling isn't really a concern to me

    and there are always idiots who feel it necissary to complain in threads... the good thing is that if it's a praise thread they'll get jumped on and yelled at by other people
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    since giggly wants to keep the SJ appreciation to SJs only, and the SPs have their own appreciation thread, I'm going to do this

    I've always had awesome SJs in my life and I totally appreciate how brilliantly awesome they are You guys are great friends, wonderful parents, awesome bosses and thoroughly delightful SOs- if there's anything that an extreme P type needs in life it's a good SJ!

    I adore the fact that the SJs that I know try and do the right thing, no matter what, and they have a tendancy to be so funny and thoughtful about things!

    I adore my ESFJs that I've had... they're good friends who stick by me no matter what and have always been good at rounding me up and dragging me out of the outdoors to have some quality fun with friends- practical, warm and good at all of the things that I really suck at, ESFJs are awesome

    My ISFJs are no less awesome... quiet, steady, dependable and I've never met an ISFJ who wasn't intensely curious about the world and people around them If an ISFJ likes you they seem to have the tendancy to do everything they can to make your life better... don't abuse your ISFJs people, they're great!

    my ESTJs are honestly blunt and tend to at least give off the appearance of having everything so TOGETHER... I'm so envious of that My ESTJ friends have always been rather upfront about telling me that I'm dating a total douche, or am too smart to be doing something stupid or that I should head home from the party because I have plans for the next day- I appreciate that a lot... I don't always have the most common sense and occasionally feel that I should carry an ESTJ in my pocket to be my voice of reason... I want to BE an ESTJ

    I adore my ISTJs too... they can try and be so grumpy and several WANT for people to think that they're curmudgeony assholes, but they aren't fooling anyone because everyone knows that they're really very nice, straightforward and good people underneath it The one's I know don't have much patience with bullshit and are wonderful about having common sense, being supportive, but not coddling and are the best quality control that I've ever met (does this spaghetti sauce taste right? the ISTJ will be able to tell you if you're slightly short on the oregano from last time ) I love my ISTJs

    So for everyone who hates on SJs on this site, you're either jealous or crazy, because SJs are pure awesomeness
    Thank you so much, you are so awesome!!!! This thread totally made my day.

    I underlined and bolded the above part because I feel that's personally true. I dedicate a very large chunk of myself to my relationship and while I certainly will admit to having my faults, I do know that I can be counted on a devoted, loyal, and affectionate boyfriend

    Thank you again!
    "The man who is swimming against the stream knows the strength of it."
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I have a very J-ish J and I'm the epitome of P... I absolutley adore the fact that he's everything that I'm not in that way... we both like each other for being so different on that front, so stifling isn't really a concern to me
    What I meant was more along the lines of what Kym said when her P has to sometimes do things the J way so she'll feel more secure. I AM a J and even I can get annoyed by other Js doing this to me. lol

    I also can get frustrated by extreme P's being all over the place and unable to make a decision. Is your J ever bothered by this?

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    I don't worry one bit! He's so laid back, even when I'm being neurotic. One day I took something he said incredibly personal and snapped... He immediately stopped emailing and called me to tell me that he wasn't attacking me, he was just trying to help me by pointing out all possible scenarios. *kicks ground* I hate being a girl and dealing with Mother Nature.

    If only I could capture the way we look at each other, interact, and talk to each other.... Then it's pretty obvious that we're a great match and have nothing to worry about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kymbirleigh View Post
    I don't worry one bit! He's so laid back, even when I'm being neurotic. One day I took something he said incredibly personal and snapped... He immediately stopped emailing and called me to tell me that he wasn't attacking me, he was just trying to help me by pointing out all possible scenarios. *kicks ground* I hate being a girl and dealing with Mother Nature.

    If only I could capture the way we look at each other, interact, and talk to each other.... Then it's pretty obvious that we're a great match and have nothing to worry about.
    Aww that's very sweet. If I'm not mistaken he's INFP, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinker683 View Post
    Thank you so much, you are so awesome!!!! This thread totally made my day.

    I underlined and bolded the above part because I feel that's personally true. I dedicate a very large chunk of myself to my relationship and while I certainly will admit to having my faults, I do know that I can be counted on a devoted, loyal, and affectionate boyfriend

    Thank you again!
    you're quite welcome! Nobody ever seems to recognize the innate awesomeness and generosity of ISFJs and that makes me sad

    you're going to make some girl incredibly lucky

    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    What I meant was more along the lines of what Kym said when her P has to sometimes do things the J way so she'll feel more secure. I AM a J and even I can get annoyed by other Js doing this to me. lol

    I also can get frustrated by extreme P's being all over the place and unable to make a decision. Is your J ever bothered by this?
    We both try to limit our extrimity some for the other sometime... like I'll make a mental note not to be super flaky and he reigns in his urge to criticize me when I'm being downright silly

    We know each other well enough to regard one another's preferences and I appreciate his stability and he enjoys my spontenaity with little surprises and things... it's a complementary relationship
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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