Thursday, April 26, 2007

.: ISFJ :.

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You're a ISFJ!

Being an ISFJ, you can be the ultimate team player. This may be largely due to the deep and abiding loyalty you tend to exhibit toward the important people in your life. It can also be a result of the typical ISFJ philosophy that puts the needs of the group before your own desires. The bonds you share with people can run deep, so even those you don't see very often may be considered dear friends. Chances are, your loyalty and caring toward others is duly noted. It's no surprise that people naturally gravitate to such a warm spirit.

In relationships, you appear to use both your head and your heart. It can pain you to see those close to you unhappy and you'll often go out of your way to take care of others. However in your case, being caring doesn't necessarily mean being gushy or overly sentimental. More often, you believe that your actions will simply speak for themselves.

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I've taken this type of personality test. Different sets of Questions, but back to the same type of personality. Indeed, I'm a ISFJ! ISFJ stands for Introvert, Sensing, Feeling, Judging

ISFJ, also known as the Nurturer strenghts includes :

-Warm, friendly and affirming by nature
-Service-oriented, wanting to please others
-Good listeners
-Will put forth lots of effort to fulfill their duties and obligations
-Excellent organizational capabilities
-Good at taking care of practical matters and daily needs
-Usually good (albeit conservative) at handling money
-Take their commitments seriously, and seek lifelong relationships

And weaknesses :

-Don't pay enough attention to their own needs
-May have difficulty branching out into new territory
-Extreme dislike of conflict and criticism
-Unlikely to express their needs, which may cause pent-up frustrations to build inside
-Have difficulty leaving a bad relationship
-Have difficulty moving on after the end of a relationship

What ISFJs are when it comes to relationships :

ISFJs place a great deal of importance on their personal relationships. They're generally very giving and loving people, who place the needs of others above their own. They sometimes have a problem with becoming overly emotionally needy, and with keeping their true feelings hidden from others. They take their commitments very seriously, and seek lifelong relationships. ISFJs are extremely dependable, and put forth a lot of energy into keeping things running smoothly. They sometimes have difficulty saying "no" when asked to do something, and therefore may be taken for granted.

"To love means to open ourselves to the negative as well as the positive - to grief, sorrow, and disappointment as well as to joy, fulfillment, and an intensity of consciousness we did not know was possible before." -- Rollo May

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So what type of personality group do you fall into?

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