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    Berber, I'm a little confused. Has this man done anything wrong to her yet or is she just paranoid that he will do something in the future?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
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    and from what ive found ISFJs are the second most manipulative of all types. that last sentence is of course a massive generalization and i have only noticed it PERSONALLY. ive noticed they are good at shifting the blame and can even shift it to you if, even if you aren't involved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
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    and from what ive found ISFJs are the second most manipulative of all types. that last sentence is of course a massive generalization and i have only noticed it PERSONALLY. ive noticed they are good at shifting the blame and can even shift it to you if, even if you aren't involved.
    Hrm, I thought you dug SJ's? Maybe just ISTJ's? Do you have any stories or concerns about ISFJ's you'd like to ask about?

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    I think my Japanese great-grandmother would be an excellent example of an unhealthy ISFJ. I much prefer the brand of ISFJ my Norwegean grandmother puts on
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    I want to say something about "annoying."

    I'd want to look at it more as an area that could use improvement in the health department. It's sometimes difficult but I like to look at personal "flaws" as undeveloped areas and try to keep the judgement factor out.

    With varying degrees of success. . .
    Do you mean that you interested in helping your ISFJ develop a certain area or did you mean yourself?


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    Just missed your last post. You are the only one!

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    Thanks. If I can help those who actually want to improve their relationships with ISFJ's ( because ISFJ's are common in society) then I'd like to try. I realize that some people are just here to vent frustration though and that's okay. I'm still trying to separate who seems to genuinely want help and who just wants to vent.

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    ^I would like helpful tips, though my previous post might read like venting (I did edit it to tone it down, lol). But perhaps the ISFJ I'm dealing with may be a bit unhealthy for a healthy ISFJ to identify with...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanveane View Post
    ^I would like helpful tips, though my previous post might read like venting (I did edit it to tone it down, lol). But perhaps the ISFJ I'm dealing with may be a bit unhealthy for a healthy ISFJ to identify with...
    Have you seen my rep comment?

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    ^Ahh, no thank you! It's a tough one. I didn't realize you're prob the only ISFJ around... I think I might have to go and read something about perfectionism at this point... Thanks Hmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanveane View Post
    ^Ahh, no thank you! It's a tough one. I didn't realize you're prob the only ISFJ around... I think I might have to go and read something about perfectionism at this point... Thanks Hmm...
    Ahh maybe. Aside from being rigid, your ISFJ seems completely self-absorbed. Perfectionists tend to be self-absorbed in that they assign little to no value to what someone else may want or desire besides themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    ive noticed they are good at shifting the blame and can even shift it to you if, even if you aren't involved.
    Finally nailed down my ex gf's type. Thanks for the help.

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