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    LOL. But ISFPs, when really really angry, can be verbally aggressive. I think I'd dealt with an angry ISFP before and we had a war-of-words until he gave up and admitted he's wrong afterwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by callmemigs View Post
    LOL. But ISFPs, when really really angry, can be verbally aggressive. I think I'd dealt with an angry ISFP before and we had a war-of-words until he gave up and admitted he's wrong afterwards.
    That's not true. I never do that. You whore.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    That's not true. I never do that. You whore.


    Sorry, I'm so sorry. That was totally wrong, please forgive me.
    Now you're starting to becoming verbally aggressive. HA!

    EDIT: Hmm...I'm starting to smell some INTJ sarcasm in your post. HA!

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    Unhealthy ISFPs:

    Irrationally loyal, extremely insecure, needy, avoidant, lack any sort of assertiveness, completely lack motivation, drive, and vision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theplacesyoullgo View Post
    Unhealthy ISFPs:

    Irrationally loyal, extremely insecure, needy, avoidant, lack any sort of assertiveness, completely lack motivation, drive, and vision.
    What are healthy ISFP like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    What are healthy ISFP like?
    Descriptors which pop into my mind first: very creative, loving, loyal, charismatic, very in tune with senses

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    What are healthy ISFP like?
    Irrationally loyal, extremely insecure, needy, avoidant, lack any sort of assertiveness, completely lack motivation, drive, and vision.
    I N V I C T U S

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thursday View Post
    Irrationally loyal, extremely insecure, needy, avoidant, lack any sort of assertiveness, completely lack motivation, drive, and vision.
    Hah!

    I think healthy ISFPs all have the above characteristics to some extent, but they don't dominate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theplacesyoullgo View Post
    Descriptors which pop into my mind first: very creative, loving, loyal, charismatic, very in tune with senses
    Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Thursday View Post
    Irrationally loyal, extremely insecure, needy, avoidant, lack any sort of assertiveness, completely lack motivation, drive, and vision.
    Cheeky. I like the other one better.

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    hehehe
    they are gentle, smooth,able to consider and make any joke without flinching
    playful of course with respect to personal space
    they automatically make you feel at ease and welcome

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