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    Senior Member Auto/Virtuosi=L.A.P.'s Avatar
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    I never notice, but I may not spend enough time here to notice. I think I'm a weak ISFP. Dunno what that says about my participation, but I enjoy stopping by. Good to have you all aboard here
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    I have been very unsure about my type for a long time. Right now, I think that I am an isfp. On the other hand, I could be an istp or an esfp or an infp. Apparently, this type confusion may be common among isfp, which would mean that I am an isfp who thinks that she is an istp or an esfp or an infp...
    ... but is mostly very hungry and is starting to think about a big bowl of alphabet soup, even though it is actually breakfast time...
    But I digress...
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    Tourist, you seem so isfp to me, but what do I know. I've thought I was about everything IXXP, even went with INFJ for a bit.

    But ISFP fits me the best, which is the whole idea, right? What is the best, not what is the perfect? (Cause that doesn't exist.)

    Not many isfps on here I think due to what others have said- mistyped, doing other stuff, and the heavy-on-the-intuitive vibe on here.

    I've just come back recently, I'm doing it less because I'm actually doing positive, beneficial things now, and yes, not quite as interested in the mbti as I used to be. But there's some cool people on here, so it's a nice thing to check out every once in awhile and read the banter and sometimes interject.

    I think, typically, isfps can become interested in the mbti because, like the other fi-doms, we want to have a life of meaning and purpose. If that doesn't seem to be happening, we seek solutions. If the mbti helps us figure stuff out, cool, let's apply it. But we don't necessarily feel the need to deliberate over it ad infinitum. I would much rather be playing guitar- that's what makes me feel good. Staying at a computer forever makes me kind of feel like I'm wasting my life.

    But that's also just me, so who knows about the others.

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    there are probably a lot more ISFPs here than you know....
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    I was mistyped. An on line test said I was ISFJ but ISFP fits me better. Usually when I'm at the computer I'm nursing and my baby falls asleep. When he get older and doesn't need to nurse, I'll most likely cut my time back on the computer.

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    I come and go. Sometimes I'm interested; sometimes not. I think that's common for us. I'm pretty busy doing stuff a lot of the time. But I come back coz I really like the group of ISFPs and ISTPs here ... good people.

    Also, the Olympics are on and it's time to watch hockey.

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    I feel ignored after posting much of the time. Don't know if that is an age bias or what. I tend to think people just don't value what we have to say. No worries .. I don't value much what others say either.

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    A lot of the conversation is just for fun.
    It isn't fun to feel ignored. And age bias is kind of rude.


    Quote Originally Posted by Julie1962 View Post
    I feel ignored after posting much of the time. Don't know if that is an age bias or what. I tend to think people just don't value what we have to say. No worries .. I don't value much what others say either.
    I'm a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle and here is my spout. Every time I steam up, I give a shout. Just tip me over and pour me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeverAmI View Post
    I am curious why there is such a low ISFP presence on here.

    I have heard a rumor that ISFPs often have a hard time finding their proper type. Do you believe this is true?

    Do you think it is more about ISFPs not being interested in MBTI or being mistyped?
    I had a hard time deciding between ISFP and ISTP. Discussions on random topics is not exactly ISFP territory. It is more to do with them getting sick of the forum. A lot of ISFP join and quit quick.

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    of course there's a possibility that some SFPs could take some attitudes here more personally than STPs do and then quit... I remember that happening before
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