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    Default ISFJ vs. ENFP

    Can you tell which is the ISFJ, and which is the ENFP?


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    hahaha

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    Nice.

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    Any guesses?

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    First post is ISFJ

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    ...And second is ENFP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    First post is ISFJ
    This.

    Poor guy sounds like he's panicking and NOT handling the situation well at all. I tend to behave similarly if I'm in a really, really tight spot as well.

    I wouldn't be surprised though that what hes telling you and what he's saying to his mother are two different things. To you he's confiding his fears and insecurities but I bet to her he's putting on a strong face.

    Of course I could be wrong and he's just tweaking irregardless, but that's how I usually am.
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    I'm actually going to guess that the first one is an ENFP. ENFPs who are stressed can definitely act like that, at least I can.
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    I think the first is ENFP and the second is ISFJ.

    Serious ISFJness right there: "You're a good person and a good worker", also - perfect spelling and punctuation

    And the other one sounds like a drama queen

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    Just like an ISFJ to worry...
    You lose.

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