ISTJs aren’t the sort who demand free air miles or pen letters to corporate, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have some things we’d like airlines to address.
ISFPs are known for being gentle caretakers who live in the moment and enjoy their surroundings. However, life isn’t always easy for ISFPs.
Do you think ISFJs are obsessed with neatness? Overly emotional? Perfectionists? That’s what I used to think until I lived with an ISFJ for 2 years.
ISTJs are the highly dedicated sort, which means that even if we don’t like our job, we will drive ourselves into the ground trying to do our best.
Although INFPs and ISFPs appear to be quite similar—they both have artistic preferences and strong values—they see the world quite differently.
1. Congratulations, you are special!
If you’re an INTP, you’re probably reading this with a graciously raised eyebrow that signifies your skepticism. What could possibly be sweet about INTPs?
Knowing your personality type can be powerful.
ISFJs are the caregivers of the world.
A huge part of personal growth is coming to terms with how you naturally function and embracing your true self, flaws and all.