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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Dear ISFPs,

    What is your take on INTJs?

    How do you think INTJs and ISFPs would work as a combo?
    I haven't met any INTJ's IRL, but those I have briefly interacted with online have seemed like very interesting people, I think what I like best about them is their depth of knowledge, they also seem to be appreciative of my sense of humor as well.
    From what I've experienced with ISTJ's I think I get along pretty well with Te -aux people, despite our rather obvious differences, I enjoy the fact that they're reasonable people most of all.

    I feel like INTJ and ISFP could definitely work as a combo if both of them are mature and understanding of the other's differences, as they are very different yet rather similar in a weird underlying way due to the whole shadow thing.
    If they are willing to look/work past their differences they could potentially be a very good combination as they would reinforce each other's weaknesses.

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    I (the OP) should re-state that I am not an ISFP and was mistyped. If others true to that type wish to keep the thread going, and it seems so, then carry on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by captain curmudgeon View Post
    I (the OP) should re-state that I am not an ISFP and was mistyped. If others true to that type wish to keep the thread going, and it seems so, then carry on.
    You lied to us!!! Everything you said was a lie!!! How are we ever supposed to trust you again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    You lied to us!!! Everything you said was a lie!!! How are we ever supposed to trust you again?
    You're not. This is the internet, after all.
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    Dear ISFP's, do you like INFP's in general? (Check one)

    Yes
    No
    Maybe So
    I LIKE like INFP's

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    Quote Originally Posted by captain curmudgeon View Post
    You're not. This is the internet, after all.
    Does the sanctity of MBTI mean nothing to you!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever_Jung View Post
    Dear ISFP's, do you like INFP's in general? (Check one)

    Yes
    No
    Maybe So
    I LIKE like INFP's
    *Checks maybe so.*

    They're cute for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    Does the sanctity of MBTI mean nothing to you!?!
    Sanctity is a man-made construct, and therefore the use of the word is quite ironic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by senza tema View Post
    Socionics hypothesizes that FiSe types have the following "erotic style":



    To me, the bolded sounds like what your wife does.

    (I also like to prod and instigate fights sometimes when I feel like points of conflict are unresolved or things are unnaturally calm. Provoking an outburst clears the air a lot afterwards.)
    Yes. This is very accurate in her case.

    Something else...

    She'll criticize me for not sharing my 'feelings' often enough. Okay, fair enough, that's a fair assessment in my case. I've tried to explain to her that generally, when I don't share them, it's more often because I don't immediately know what I am feeling or simply have a difficult time articulating them in words. Here's where it becomes frustrating. I feel like when I do in fact open up and share feelings, much of the time I am criticized for whining...I will often hear her respond with such things as "don't be such a woman" or "don't start. I've had a much harder day than you." Hearing this sort of thing of course has the effect of making it that much harder for me to share feelings later on.

    I don't want to bash all ISFPs because of communication issues I have with one.
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    Do ISFPs have a short temper? How long does it last?

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