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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    I'm pretty unhealthy.
    Swine flu!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    ESFPs don't "burn out", they "crash and burn" (see: Britney Spears)
    Imagine one being pushed to perform, perform, perform constantly with no alone time from the time they were very, very young. It's a human necessity to have some alone time, some downtime. Maybe it's because no one's a pure extrovert, or maybe it's because we're all just human. Eventually that person's going to crack.

    Maybe we can get some confirmation from ESFPs on this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    That sounds about right. I once knew an unhealthy ISFP who lived on nothing but steak and cheese pies.
    Actually, that sounds tasty!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    I'm pretty unhealthy.
    You're not living on nothing but steak and cheese pies, are you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewinder View Post
    Actually, that sounds tasty!



    You're not living on nothing but steak and cheese pies, are you?
    No, but you're right, that does sound pretty delicious.
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    suffering from depression and social anxiety, outpourings of anger, obstinately opinionated, hypersensitive, selfish, rebellious or "eccentric", damn crazy

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    what you just described is borderline personality disorder. And, i only say this because the one ISFP i know quite well has it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by markscol View Post
    what you just described is borderline personality disorder. And, i only say this because the one ISFP i know quite well has it!
    Yeah, I'm pretty sure I know an ISFP who has borderline personality disorder, too. However, it would be histrionic of me to put his photo here , so this will have to do instead...



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    I'm a very healthy person, very rarely get sick. I have hay fever all year round but that's an allergy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mo View Post
    I believe the qualities of an unhealthy ISFP are well enumerated here.

    MJ had plenty of Se but he was clearly ALWAYS a Dom-Fi. Listen to interviews where people who knew him when he was younger speak about him. He was introverted and found solace from the world in his rich inner innocently child-like world.
    I've seen this list before, I found it illuminating. Only now though I can properly point out the ones that don't apply to me.

    * May be extremely sensitive to any kind of criticism
    * May be unable to see the opportunities inherent to a situation
    * May perceive criticism where none was intended
    * May have skewed or unrealistic ideas about reality
    * May be unable to acknowledge or hear anything that goes against their personal ideas and opinions
    * May blame their problems on other people, seeing themselves as victims who are treated unfairly
    * May have great anger, and show this anger with rash outpourings of bad temper
    * May be unaware of appropriate social behavior
    * May be oblivious to their personal appearance, or to appropriate dress
    * May come across as eccentric, or perhaps even generally strange to others, without being aware of it
    * May be unable to see or understand anyone else's point of view
    * May value their own opinions and feelings far above others
    * May be unaware of how their behavior affects others
    * May be oblivious to other people's need

    * May feel overwhelmed with tension and stress when someone expresses disagreement with the ISFP, or disapproval of the ISFP
    * May develop strong judgments that are difficult to unseed against people who they perceive have been oppressive or suppressive to them
    * Under great stress, may feel out of control and fearful, dwelling on the "dark side" of things

    The first one I have 'grown out of'. I think I yelled indiscriminately and got angry when I was a kid but now I hold it all inside.

    The group of 4 don't apply to me. I'm very open-minded, impressionable, and tuned in about my behaviour and other people. I think this is my weak Feeling attribute coming into play here, as these are more 'intuitive' needs.
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    I align mostly with the characteristics of an ISFP and I'm pretty sure I'm living an unhealthy lifestyle right now. Let me bold those which are true..

    * May be extremely sensitive to any kind of criticism
    * May be unable to see the opportunities inherent to a situation
    * May perceive criticism where none was intended
    * May have skewed or unrealistic ideas about reality
    * May be unable to acknowledge or hear anything that goes against their personal ideas and opinions
    * May blame their problems on other people, seeing themselves as victims who are treated unfairly
    * May have great anger, and show this anger with rash outpourings of bad temper
    * May be unaware of appropriate social behavior
    * May be oblivious to their personal appearance, or to appropriate dress
    * May come across as eccentric, or perhaps even generally strange to others, without being aware of it (an ESTP big-mouth poured out this rude awakening)
    * May be unable to see or understand anyone else's point of view
    * May value their own opinions and feelings far above others
    * May be unaware of how their behavior affects others
    * May be oblivious to other people's need
    * May feel overwhelmed with tension and stress when someone expresses disagreement with the ISFP, or disapproval of the ISFP
    * May develop strong judgments that are difficult to unseed against people who they perceive have been oppressive or suppressive to them (Need help with this..)
    * Under great stress, may feel out of control and fearful, dwelling on the "dark side" of things

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    I think they can be pretty crafty about exploiting others for their own interpersonal gain. Particularly in close relationships.

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