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    See Right Through Me Bubbles's Avatar
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    ISFPs and I click. I've never had this problem.
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    It's lonely at the top they say. But they are wrong
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    I open up when someone teases me or cracks a good joke. I love sarcasm too. It takes time for me to trust someone enough to talk about anything. Go slow!

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    He's been your friends for five years, why are you whining now? sack the f*** up. The guy hasn't been talkative for five years, stop complaining when you already know this. What do expect from this anyway? Some miracle solution? A reason? I don't have this problem with ISFP's. Maybe he feels you look down on him, and so he finds it harder to express himself. He probably opens his mouth and expects to see an annoyed expression on your face, which most likely only furthers his withdrawal.


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    if you strangle an ISFP he will turn blue. and he probably make a painting about it and hide from you from then on.



    but seriously, try to be more accepting. ISFPs don't deal well with pressure, and are not skilled at speaking, so the combination is very difficult.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbles View Post
    ISFPs and I click. I've never had this problem.
    Same.

    But, yeah, your friend might just be shy. In particular he's talking about his feelings for a girl he likes so that might make him even more withdrawn. Some introverts are more introverted than others. It also has to do with the person - maybe your approach makes him quiet, where as he might talk more easily with someone else. Or he just might have a hard time talking about girls he likes. That's not that strange, especially if he is quite young and likes a certain person a lot.

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    I should make it a habit to subscribe to my threads. KIT


    So let me ask you a sort of related question, although not about ISFPs. Do you as an ENTP ever have trouble getting your thoughts across in a discussion?
    NO!


    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    It sounds like your friend is just shy.
    It's not like I am asking him to sit on my lap.

    I am just asking questions like do you want a soft drink? or Tea?

    Do you want Coke or Pepsi?

    WHAT THE FUCK MAN? - Is what goes in my head all the while

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julie1962 View Post
    I open up when someone teases me or cracks a good joke. I love sarcasm too. It takes time for me to trust someone enough to talk about anything. Go slow!
    Guess who I am.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anastar View Post
    He's been your friends for five years, why are you whining now? sack the f*** up. The guy hasn't been talkative for five years, stop complaining when you already know this. What do expect from this anyway? Some miracle solution? A reason? I don't have this problem with ISFP's. Maybe he feels you look down on him, and so he finds it harder to express himself. He probably opens his mouth and expects to see an annoyed expression on your face, which most likely only furthers his withdrawal.

    :steam:

    *Takes cover*

    That is exactly what I am looking for. Tell me if you have some tips.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbles View Post
    ISFPs and I click. I've never had this problem.
    IxFP communication

    9 O'clock

    You - Hi
    ISFP - Hi

    10 O'clock

    You - Bye
    ISFP - Bye

    -------------------

    Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post
    Guess who I am.



    :steam:

    *Takes cover*

    That is exactly what I am looking for. Tell me if you have some tips.



    IxFP communication

    9 O'clock

    You - Hi
    ISFP - Hi

    10 O'clock

    You - Bye
    ISFP - Bye

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    Well done.
    LOL!! Amen to that....my girlfriend has nothing to say sometimes. I don't like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post
    IxFP communication

    9 O'clock

    You - Hi
    ISFP - Hi

    10 O'clock

    You - Bye
    ISFP - Bye

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    Well done.
    Don't forget to add the frisky romping at 9:30
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