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View Poll Results: Are ISFPs "daydreamers"?

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  • Yes, ISFPs love to daydream

    27 81.82%
  • No, I don't believe ISFPs daydream very much at all, they're more realistic

    1 3.03%
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    I am married to an ISFP. Where do you find the test that you took to determine your type and percentages?
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    Default Oh Yeah.

    Definitely, I daydream all the time... About winning the lottery, vacations, the future etc. I do however, have a slight S over N preference, which may account for some of that. I am very much an ISFP though. The invisible population.
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    Like most things in my life, it goes in phases. Sometimes I daydream constantly and other times I go quite awhile without much daydreaming at all. The most common place for me to daydream is at work, because that's where I'm forced into doing things, whereas most of my time away from work, I can choose what I'm doing so I'm always doing rather than dreaming (except, you know, when I actually do dream.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Like most things in my life, it goes in phases. Sometimes I daydream constantly and other times I go quite awhile without much daydreaming at all. The most common place for me to daydream is at work, because that's where I'm forced into doing things, whereas most of my time away from work, I can choose what I'm doing so I'm always doing rather than dreaming (except, you know, when I actually do dream.)
    Thanks for your response.
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    I was asking because I was trying to confirm whether Jason Castro from American Idol is an ISFP of not.
    I'm still thinking he is, at this point.
    I started another thread in another part of the forum asking for help on this, but haven't had any responses.
    If you're interested, you can take a look:
    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...tml#post208318

    I posted some videos to help people see the more spontaneous responses.
    If you have time, I'd appreciate the help.

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    Okay, hurry up and ask more questions now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Okay, hurry up and ask more questions now.
    Well, I'd appreciate it if you'd click on the Jason Castro link in my previous post and visit that thread.
    If you watch the videos, you can get a good sense of his personality,
    and see if you think there's any reason why he's not an ISFP.

    And sometimes I think he's a "T" whose been taught very good manners - which he has been.
    I think he could be an ISTP.

    He's a very "here and now" person, so I'm 95&#37; sure he's an "S".

    I think it's most likely he's an ISTP or ISFP.


    He's very modest and self-deprecating.
    He has a self-image made of kryptonite.
    Criticism seems to not hurt his feelings.

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    I didn't see much of American Idol when I was on, but from watching these clips he defiantely seems ISP. Seems kind of shy, a little nervous and has that short,choppy way of talking where the thoughts are a bit disconnected. Or perhaps not disconnected as much as 'not flowing' (I tend to talk like that, especially when nervous or just put on the spot). However, he does seem kind of 'perky.' Don't know if that's the real him, something he does when he's nervous, something he was coached to do........?? The ISTPs that I know are more serious, versus the ISFPs which are more bubbly, but heck I only know about 5 or 6 so that's certainly not enough to make a definitive judgement on.

    From what I've seen I can't tell T versus F. Sorry, I'm not helping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    Well, I'd appreciate it if you'd click on the Jason Castro link in my previous post and visit that thread.
    I did!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Okay, hurry up and ask more questions now.
    I'm sorry, I don't understand.
    You want me to ask you questions?
    Questions about what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    I'm sorry, I don't understand.
    You want me to ask you questions?
    Yes.

    Questions about what?
    Anything.

    You're off to a good start.
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