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This is a discussion on Which MBTI types do ISFJs get on the best with? within the ISFJ Forum - The Nurturers forums, part of the SJ's Temperament Forum- The Overseers category; Favorites are polar opposites: ENTP and INFP. Then, ENFP, INTP, and ESFP. Then, ISTP, ISxJ, and INTJ (though they can ...

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    Favorites are polar opposites: ENTP and INFP.

    Then, ENFP, INTP, and ESFP.

    Then, ISTP, ISxJ, and INTJ (though they can be hit-or-miss).

    Then ESFJ, INFJ, ESTP, ISFP.

    Then ENFJ (who can be very hit-or-miss).

    Absolute least favorites are ENTJ and ESTJ. Especially the ESTJ, I'd rather not even.

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    Favorites are polar opposites: ENTP and INFP.

    Then, ENFP, INTP, and ESFP.

    Then, ISTP, ISxJ, and INTJ (though they can be hit-or-miss).

    Then ESFJ, INFJ, ESTP, and ISFP.

    Then ENFJ (who can be very hit-or-miss).

    Absolute least favorites are ENTJ and ESTJ. Especially the ESTJ, I'd rather not even.

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    Same. I see that stupid love island all over social media and it sounds like the most shallow thing ever.

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    Not any type in particularly, but there seems to be a trend with EP types! Beginning to like ENTPs and ESTPs recently c:

    Talking with people who share too much in common with myself can get difficult, tend to reach a dead end in conversations and often feel they're not initiating enough (especially if they're an introvert)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDarknessInTheSnow View Post
    Favorites are polar opposites: ENTP and INFP.

    Then, ENFP, INTP, and ESFP.

    Then, ISTP, ISxJ, and INTJ (though they can be hit-or-miss).

    Then ESFJ, INFJ, ESTP, and ISFP.

    Then ENFJ (who can be very hit-or-miss).

    Absolute least favorites are ENTJ and ESTJ. Especially the ESTJ, I'd rather not even.
    Yeah ESTJs definitely rub me the wrong way, I donít think they mean to be bossy but thatís how they come off to me. I knew a guy who I think is an ESTJ and when I vented and shared my emotions, he judged me for sharing my emotions and put them down as being stupid. As an ISFJ, itís hard for me to be vulnerable like that and the last thing I want is to be judged when Iím venting.


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    Primarily it would be other ISFJs for me as we understand each other on so many levels. From a sense of humor standpoint, ISFJs and ESTPs have made me laugh the hardest in life. I also have a really deep friendship with an INTJ.
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    XSFPs

    Not sure why. I guess it's having the same functions but opposite.


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