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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
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    For ISFP: also have a "different" demeanor, may be construed as anything from aloof to strange, often into the arts, likes physical activities and hands-on things more than an INFP does (ie. body boarding, hiking, dancing, etc), may be more prolific artists because of that, usually very connected to nature/animals, have strong feelings about things also, but less universal/idealistic than an INFP (who may seem to over-complicate issues), may be more demonstrative of positive emotion (if only because more connected to reality), less articulate in writing/speech than an INFP, and as I said above, less interest in intellectual things.
    I know this is an old thread but on the hands-on things for ISFP, does that include creative pursuits that involve being more hands-on like sculpting or drawing if they aren't remotely sporty?

    Also do you know if high Se users can still suffer from sensory overload or is that two different things?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sardonic delight View Post
    I know this is an old thread but on the hands-on things for ISFP, does that include creative pursuits that involve being more hands-on like sculpting or drawing if they aren't remotely sporty?

    Also do you know if high Se users can still suffer from sensory overload or is that two different things?
    I can speak for myself. Yes, I like hands on things - for me it's painting and photography. I wasn't into sports as a kid, mostly because I found team sports kind of terrifying. But as an adult it's really important for me to be active, and individual 'sports' I think are awesome - hiking, walking, running (though not in a competitive/serious way) occasionally, rock climbing, canoeing, snowshoeing, that sort of thing.

    I'm not sure I experience sensory overload, per se. I can't think of an example. There are environments/ things that can really grate on me, ie really loud ongoing noises (construction outside, for example) or jarring conversations/loud people, cigarette smoke, destructive people, things like that, but I don't experience sensory overload in the sense of too much going on, I don't think.
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    Isfjs are reasonably decisive. Isfps are not. Infps are totally different in my opinion. Ne is hugely different The Ifps tend to be much more emotional Imo
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