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    Default ISFPs- Do you like deep, intellectual conversations?

    Don't take offense at that question- but I'm wondering if this is something you enjoy. Being that you seem to be more fun seeking, go with the flow types, does that thought of getting deep on a non F, intellectual topic turn you off?

    Thanks!

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    It clearly depends on my mood. I find it difficult at times though, so I flip the switch and make the converstation more light hearted. I don't know why exactly I feel the need to make it more light hearted, I just guess it's the whole "Don't take life too seriously" approach I use.
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    Depends on my mood and the topic, give us some examples.
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    It really depends. I think I'm more interested in 'deep' conversation if its about a specific issue or topic I enjoy. If its so incredibly boring than I'm just not that into it. I think another reason why sometimes I just don't is because I feel like I don't have enough information to truly converse in depth about certain things. I tend to feel 'dumb' if I don't know what I'm talking about.
    Ideally, I enjoy just making things light with regular aquatints and going deeper with people I'm really in tune with already or really close with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    It really depends. I think I'm more interested in 'deep' conversation if its about a specific issue or topic I enjoy. If its so incredibly boring than I'm just not that into it. I think another reason why sometimes I just don't is because I feel like I don't have enough information to truly converse in depth about certain things. I tend to feel 'dumb' if I don't know what I'm talking about.
    Ideally, I enjoy just making things light with regular aquatints and going deeper with people I'm really in tune with already or really close with.
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    Sure, if it's about me.




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    My ISFP friend does so long as it leads to something more tangible for her.

    For example: she and I had a discussion about the conventions of beauty and all the issues that surround it. Her response before long was that she should make a documentary (she has studied documentary making at Uni) about it and interview lots of women on their feelings and experiences. This idea and all its possibilities made her very excited. Her huge inspirational leaps always amuse and impress me.

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    Yes and no, don't ask me why.

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    some of my best and deepest conversations were with ISFPs. i feel like if you can get in synch with ISFPs and engage them in a very personal and close way you can have amazing and mind-expanding conversations. ISFPs have pretty unique insight, i think.
    but my wife is an ISFP, so i am biased. hahaha!

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    what kind of an answer is that? you are just begging for someone to play devils's advocate and demand you explain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Yes and no, don't ask me why.
    how?

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