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    Default ISFP and ESTP Realtionships

    Turns out i'm dating an ESTP not an ESTJ, so what is your experience between the two types?
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    Quote Originally Posted by inebriato View Post
    Turns out i'm dating an ESTP not an ESTJ, so what is your experience between the two types?
    I get along splendidly with ISFPs, they are nice and cool and sweet and funny and fun and all around good people.

    I know them IRL, and virtually here.

    ESTPs are fun. We're very active, always entertain our company, are good natured, productive, resourceful, generous, and can get along with anybody. It is really hard to piss us off, but when we do get pissed, we blow our top, and then quickly forgive and move forward. If your ESTP understands your need to have space nad recharge after socialization, that's great, if he doesn't then inform him as such and he will be happy to accomodate you. If you don't tell him of that need he might feel rejected when you need time to yourself. You're gonna have fun.
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    My ESTP brother is married to an ISFP. It's working good!

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    Halla and I get along well. I'm sure we'd get along like a house on fire in real life.

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    ISFP & ESTP:
    EsTP 6w7 Sx/Sp

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    E=60% S=55% T=70% P=80%

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    I'm not quite sure if I've had any real life experience with ESTP's, though it's possible I have. I do know, however, that I get along great with the ESTP's here on the forum.
    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
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    these are my parent's types (female isfp, male estp). It was my dad's second marriage (but I think he chose an sp both times!)

    Despite both being "artisans" these are pretty darn opposite personality types within the realm of non-theorists... however it seems to work out. The "Pness" of our household has been known to drive myself and others crazy, but the good news is it doesn't bother them at all.

    Each is comfortable in their own skin (my dad, the estp, particularly. Imperturbable as a rock), they know and appreciate the differences of the other, and seem to understand each other really well (this is important for not screwing things up). They do fight on occasion (money is the big thing... the isfp spends, the estp saves, saves, saves) but neither has a begrudging temper (the ISFP can sometimes seem to hold on to something, but it's usually more in a "I'm hurt and damaged by this because it's really important" way than a revenge or obsession type grudge). The most beautiful part of the relationship is when my mother plays music for my dad. Like they were made for each other!
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    very cute.
    "I don't know a perfect person.
    I only know flawed people who are still worth loving."
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    i think i may be an isfp and ive noticed that im always attracted to guys that seem like estps.

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    ISFPs are GREAT. Just don't be needy or moody or oversensitive, and A-OK!
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