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    In a heated argument, why do ISFPs like to have the last word, even after consensus seems to have been reached? I don't mean to accuse all ISFPs of doing this...however it's something I've noticed a lot with my ISFP wife.

    On the positive side, five minutes later she is totally cool and we will be laughing and hugging and wondering why we were arguing in the first place...AFTER, of course, she got that last word in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyedecker View Post
    In a heated argument, why do ISFPs like to have the last word, even after consensus seems to have been reached? I don't mean to accuse all ISFPs of doing this...however it's something I've noticed a lot with my ISFP wife.

    On the positive side, five minutes later she is totally cool and we will be laughing and hugging and wondering why we were arguing in the first place...AFTER, of course, she got that last word in.
    IDK if I do this. I'll have to pay closer attention.
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    Do you adopt diets and alter your appearance as a way of expressing individuality? If so, how is this reconcilled with the fact that a lot of other people are doing the same thing? Basically, do you do these things because you like them, or because you want to associate with specific people, or differentiate yourself from other people?

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    Why do ISFPs always have a camera glued to their head?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzy Conduit View Post
    In a heated argument, why do ISFPs like to have the last word, even after consensus seems to have been reached? I don't mean to accuse all ISFPs of doing this...however it's something I've noticed a lot with my ISFP wife.

    On the positive side, five minutes later she is totally cool and we will be laughing and hugging and wondering why we were arguing in the first place...AFTER, of course, she got that last word in.
    Se, or rather SPs in general, are known to be competitive and to get mad and get over it. I am like that. I rage and forgive, I don't understand repressed quiet long term grudges. Thus your ISFP wife wanting to win, but then getting over it. Also inferior Te in heated clashes tends to take on an unpleasant dictatorship quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    Why do ISFPs always have a camera glued to their head?
    It's actually a growth they where all born with!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyLazarus View Post
    It's actually a growth they where all born with!
    The poor mother. Must have been intense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmotini View Post
    Se, or rather SPs in general, are known to be competitive and to get mad and get over it. I am like that. I rage and forgive, I don't understand repressed quiet long term grudges. Thus your ISFP wife wanting to win, but then getting over it. Also inferior Te in heated clashes tends to take on an unpleasant dictatorship quality.
    The hardest part is that often I will yield and go to another room to cool my own temper, but she will actually follow me and continue prodding me. I think she actually enjoys poking me to the point of an outburst. Perhaps to show I'm human after all.

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