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    Since all the SJs have their own ask thread, figured I'd start the trend here too!
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    I read in one personality profile that unlike the other SP types, ISFPs "seek life-long monogamous relationships". To what extent is this a load of BS?

    This isn't a snark against ISFPs. I'm just sceptical of the description's claim, if that makes sense.
    Um, yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grungemouse View Post
    I read in one personality profile that unlike the other SP types, ISFPs "seek life-long monogamous relationships". To what extent is this a load of BS?
    It's not. That is something that I seek. I really wish that I could find something like that. I am only really attracted to relationship situations if I see them as working out in the long term; or if it's something purely casual and both me and her know it. But I'd prefer an LTR monogamous relationship. I can't imagine it being any other way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    It's not. That is something that I seek. I really wish that I could find something like that. I am only really attracted to relationship situations if I see them as working out in the long term; or if it's something purely casual and both me and her know it. But I'd prefer an LTR monogamous relationship. I can't imagine it being any other way.
    Seriously? Wow. I mean, my attitudes are very much the same. I don't see the point in investing myself emotionally unless it's for the long run. I just thought the whole "live in the moment" attitude applied to all SP types. Unless that's a misconception. I remember my ISFP saying something like, "Now I know our relationship is still a new thing..." and this is probably my intuition reading too much into it, but it implies she sees us working long-term. I think. Ergh, I'm not going to dwell on it. Thanks for the input.
    Um, yeah.

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    Hey isfps: if you never freaking complain how are we supposed to tell when you're just avoiding conflict vs. genuinely not bothered?

    I'm assuming it's a mix of both, probably more often the latter, but how do you tell the difference? Surely you must be bothered by some things?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Since all the SJs have their own ask thread, figured I'd start the trend here too!
    This thread's been done before. In fact, I think YOU even started one before. Use the search function or something, sheesh!

    There, Randomnity. I complained.

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    My ISFP mom keeps criticizing my rather "norm-conflicting" behaviors. How can I convince her to rationalize her beliefs?

    She tells me to take a bath everyday. I say why? I tell her it's not important, I don't smell, I won't face people and I take a bath when I need to. She's very vehement about this. And there's so many more mundane issues that we tend to disagree in..ugh..the pain!
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    1) What does it take to get an ISFP out his/her "go with the flow" mode? If it succeeds, what can I expect from you?

    2) Tell me why it's awesome to be an ISFP!
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