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    Quote Originally Posted by Sling View Post
    Maybe I can get an ENFP. Even a really ugly ENFP would still be an upgrade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IF3157 View Post
    The cynical among us would say this applies to women in general.
    Yeah, and men too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sling View Post
    Maybe I can get an ENFP. Even a really ugly ENFP would still be an upgrade.
    maybe you should upgrade.

    i think the things that you described in your OP could apply to me if i were in a horrible relationship or if i were just a run of the mill nut bag- neither have anything to do with being isfj.

    ... just sayin'
    just throw it against the wall and see what sticks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sling View Post
    ..And paranoid delusions, severe moodswings, total inability to be reasoned with logically, and the general tendency to make everyone around them miserable when they are in a bad mood.

    Is this common behavior or should I trade her in? Perhaps just a trip to the therapist or a bundle of flowers would suffice?
    Try a trip to the therapist. She's likely wanting something she's not getting. Sounds like extreme ISFJ sulking behavior. If she's unable to communicate her desire your relationship is doomed or over or already over.

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    Ouch. maybe theres something more going on with this lady. maybe she should explain whats going on, it wont hurt to kno before you judge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sling View Post
    ..And paranoid delusions, severe moodswings, total inability to be reasoned with logically, and the general tendency to make everyone around them miserable when they are in a bad mood.
    What the hell? Have you been following me around when I was dating an ISFJ?

    (looks around suspiciously, then shuts the window blinds)

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    I know three ISFJ women. Only 1 of them fits this persona (almost to a T) The other two have their fits of sulking, but the third one is HYPER sensitive to... just about everything. She's become one of my close friends at work... probably because of my unsatiable curiosity about what she'll do or say next, being my favorite case study. (I'm mostly kidding)

    She flips out about things I would never think to be upset about.

    "The neighbors cleaned our hamster cage while we were gone on vacation, but didn't do the litter box. What kind of people would do that?"

    "The boss hasn't said hi to me all week. He must be mad at me."

    "My In Laws asked me if I wanted anything special for breakfast for Christmas morning. Who would ask that? Its Christmas!"

    "No one was there to greet us at the airport. We flew across the COUNTRY to be there and no one was there waiting. How rude is that?"
    Embrace the possibilities.

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    ^ lolol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sling View Post
    ..And paranoid delusions, severe moodswings, total inability to be reasoned with logically, and the general tendency to make everyone around them miserable when they are in a bad mood.
    Interesting. Aside from the total inability to be reasoned with logically (for me it's only a partial inability in that I can still understand logic that doesn't potentially have anything to do with the thing I'm upset about), this sounds like me when I'm especially upset or worried about something. Of course, I'm not an ISFJ or a woman, so I guess that probably doesn't help you.
    Is this common behavior or should I trade her in? Perhaps just a trip to the therapist or a bundle of flowers would suffice?
    Well, just listen to yourself. You're talking about her like she's a car or something. I'd say it's pretty clear that you can't relate to her perspective on life and don't think much of her, so it's probably in both her and your best interests that you move on to other people whom you can relate to and respect. Sorry to have to tell you that, but I think it's the best thing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Misty_Mountain_Rose View Post
    "The boss hasn't said hi to me all week. He must be mad at me."
    None of the others made sense, but this one seems reasonable. It seems likely that the boss is at least avoiding them, angry or not.

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    ISFJ mother:
    paranoid delusions --just about, almost
    severe moodswings --yes
    total inability to be reasoned with logically --occasionally
    general tendency to make everyone around them miserable when they are in a bad mood --yes

    But she's been diagnosed with clinical depression before, so as far as I can tell, I think those characteristics can definitely fit an unhealthy/really stressed out ISFJ.

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