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    ..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?

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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?
    Has nothing to do with being ISFJ but sounds like a deal-breaker to me.
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    I think it's just HER, the ISFJs that I know are all ROCKS of stability (though sensitive and empathetic).

    Prozac?

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    OP: That sounds more like the description of a stressed ENFP to me. In fact, Paranoid Personality Disorder is correlated with this type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    OP: That sounds more like the description of a stressed ENFP to me. In fact, Paranoid Personality Disorder is correlated with this type.
    Yeah, but paranoid personality disorder is clustered with a lot of other personality disorders that correlate with other types.

    Definitely nothing E or P about her. A moderate or slight S preference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sling View Post
    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.
    The cynical among us would say this applies to women in general.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IF3157 View Post
    The cynical among us would say this applies to women in general.
    Check the other ISFJ thread. They articulate it much better there.

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

    Cought me before I could say it.

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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?
    You'd better hurry before she trades you in first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    You'd better hurry before she trades you in first.
    Maybe I can get an ENFP. Even a really ugly ENFP would still be an upgrade.

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