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    How isn't everyone NOT suggesting ISFP for the thread.

    Please note that if the ISFP is a e6 they usually wouldn't be too chill.

    E6 = paranoia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by riva View Post
    How isn't everyone NOT suggesting ISFP for the thread.

    Please note that if the ISFP is a e6 they usually wouldn't be too chill.

    E6 = paranoia.
    I think they tend to be calm until something they perceive as chaotic happens. Then they can be unreliable in the way they avoid conflict by ignoring people who try to bring it up or avoiding the problem altogether. Most people picture easygoing as someone who handle suddenly changing situations with ease or reliability which is something that ISFPs can struggle with due to tertiary Ni; they'll subscribe to one truth or perception and get really rattled when that belief or prediction is disrupted. This blind spot can short-term cloud their Se, the function that helps them be flexible and adapt.
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