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    Quote Originally Posted by KLessard View Post
    That's interesting. I've long been wondering how the kind ISFP would feel about someone who admires him. Then about someone who admires excessively (adoration) and then becomes dependant. And what if that person was sucking the life out of you and whinning all the time?
    They'd run away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    They'd run away.

    Who would? The ISFPs or the admirer because the ISFP would start acting in a scary manner?

    What if the ISFP has to live with that person?

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    I hate people sucking the life out of me. I think this goes for all SPs.

    On the other hand, I absolutely love constant interaction and fun-loving attention. The more the better. But once it goes to the level of deep attachment and commitment, i get cautious. Or sometimes I might dive in headfirst only to try to get out of it later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KLessard View Post

    Who would? The ISFPs or the admirer because the ISFP would start acting in a scary manner?

    What if the ISFP has to live with that person?
    The ISFP...or the admirer. It's a win win either way.

    If they had to live with each other the ISFP would run away...all the way to the back of their head. They'd spiral out of control eventually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLessard View Post

    Who would? The ISFPs or the admirer because the ISFP would start acting in a scary manner?

    What if the ISFP has to live with that person?
    If they had to live together the ISFP would probably lock themselves in their room, sneaking out for food and such.

    However, when an ISFP finds it impossible to escape this person's affections, I think their 'fight or flight' response will kick in- the ISFP is so easily intimidated that they see this attention as an attack. They might scream, lash out or go on a very passionate (and probably difficult to understand) rant.
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