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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    Also, they're organized, practically minded and motivated...I bet it's rare to find an ESFJ deadbeat.
    Oh, that's the truth -- it deserves to be a tagline or t-shirt motto of some sort. Whatever they might or might not be, I've never known one to NOT be productive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Oh, that's the truth -- it deserves to be a tagline or t-shirt motto of some sort. Whatever they might or might not be, I've never known one to NOT be productive.
    I am definitely of the "Neither a borrower nor a lender be" mindset, but I'd rather have people owe me money or a favor, for when I really need it. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by sciski View Post
    ESFJs are neat... no, really, they are neat.

    They are emotional but easily cheered up with kindness (ie don't hold grudges). They are loyal and loving. They are kind to the underdog.
    Being kind to underdogs is huge for us INFJs.
    It is one of the many things I very much appreciate about my ESFJ friend.

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    My mom is an ESFJ. She works at the Graduate School department at a University that mostly has students from the lower class. She serves as an open ear for those students. She spends her time making sure the students she works with are healthy; buying them food when they have none, paying for doctor's appointments when they can't afford it, and giving them advice about the fastballs life throws at us. She is a very strong woman with an amazing amount of integrity. Though she has never gone to college or obtained any kind of degree, I think she has found the job where she is happiest because it lets her provide to those in need.

    My mom is my best friend, though we definitely rub each other the wrong way often.
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    I just encountered my first ESFJ in life and I am very impressed. It is a bit odd having to
    actually try to find out what someone is feeling, though.

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    Since I'm about to stereotype ESFJs, why don't I add on more to the pile and say this:

    Gay male ESFJs seem to be wizards with anything pertaining to: hair-styling, fashion, gardening, and interior design.
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    Wow, it's nice to see so many positive things said about ESFJs. We definitely enjoy being appreciated for who we are and what we do.
    Who wants to try a bottle of merc's "Extroversion Olive Oil?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    Wow, it's nice to see so many positive things said about ESFJs. We definitely enjoy being appreciated for who we are and what we do.
    And what else means a lot to you?
    I knew the appreciation was a big thing and have been trying to make
    sure I step up to the task.

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    Helping others, fighting for just causes, entertaining people in the home or in stressful situations, meeting new people, building relationships with all different kinds of people, being an active member of a group or activity. Being right always.
    Who wants to try a bottle of merc's "Extroversion Olive Oil?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    Helping others, fighting for just causes, entertaining people in the home or in stressful situations, meeting new people, building relationships with all different kinds of people, being an active member of a group or activity. Being right always.
    I can get down with that. Especially the being right part.

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