ISFPs, how do you feel about the ESFJs?

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This is a discussion on ISFPs, how do you feel about the ESFJs? within the ISFP Forum - The Artists forums, part of the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators category; I have a couple of questions about how the ISFP feels about an ESFJ? If you're an ISFP friends with ...

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    ISFPs, how do you feel about the ESFJs?

    I have a couple of questions about how the ISFP feels about an ESFJ? If you're an ISFP friends with an ESFJ, how did the friendship go? Were there any chaos or did you basically mirror one another? I'd appreciate some feedback and actually get to know some ISFPs and get to talk to some of you, thank you!
    I'm curious about how the ESFJ and the ISFP relationship and friendship works.
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    ISFP - The Artists

    The only known ESFJ in my life in my mum. I have quiet a few problems with her, we clash a lot, but I understand most of it is out of her caring nature, but I guess having an ESFJ as a mum isn't like having and ESFJ friend, so I can't really base the relationship between us on that.

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    ISFP - The Artists

    My closest friend is an ESFJ. I love her! She is the warmest and most generous person I know! She actually beats my ENFP friend! She is very gregarious and lovely!
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    It's a mix, and probably depends on the ESFJ. My best friend of...ten years or so is an ExFJ, and we get on brilliantly. I had another ESFJ friend though, a guy, and he was fun to get on with, and a good friend for comfort when things wern't so good. But he clashed with an INTJ friend, and became a tad immature. Also it got tiring having to approach him positively, not every not totally positive comment was criticism, or something to take offence at, but he did sometimes. But if I were to have a teddy bear, an ESFJ would be my first choice.

    Good in general. I understand them, or atleast those I know - albeit few, where they're coming from and such like, more than I do a fair few other types.
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    I have a friend he is esfj. we get along pretty nicely. He is a caring person but a little too much into people's personal lives in a negative way. I do notice at certain times when I'm out hanging with that group and I'm just enjoying being lost in the crowd he assumes I'm not having fun. A bit clingy I guess. He's a good person.
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    Unknown Personality

    My ISFP friend thinks ESFJ's are bitches... for lack of a better word...

    thikns they are intrusive...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenCoyote View Post
    My ISFP friend thinks ESFJ's are bitches... for lack of a better word...

    thikns they are intrusive...
    Is it a guy referring to girls, out of interest?

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    ISFP - The Artists

    My mother and brother are both ESFJs. My brother's cool, goes with the flow, easy to get along with, seems really happy with his life. As for my Mum, she's pretty cool, too emotional though, get upset easily and overreacts disproportionately too small things. Not sure if I'd have one as a best friend or anything, most my friends are NFs.

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    The only ESFJ that I am aware of is my mom, so this all might be a bit biased since I have never really got along with my mom, and I've never really liked her too much.

    I can say with certainty that she is too emotional and overreacts way too much; and if you do not react the way she believes you should, then she can be one of the biggest bitches on Earth. For instance, at my grandfather's (her father) funeral a few years back, I didn't cry. I'm sorry, but I'm just not a crying person - it doesn't happen often, and it's not an easy thing for me to do. But she's standing over there bawling her eyes out, down on her hands and knees, and then gives me the dirtiest look; afterwards, she bitches me out telling me, "You never cared for him! How dare you not cry!" and stuff like that.

    She is a nuisance too - everything has to be her way or no way at all, or she throws a huge ass temper tantrum - like a friggin' little child!

    She doesn't show much concern for others either. I mean, when she feels like somebody is in trouble or needs support, then she will usually be there to help out; but other than that, she just doesn't care about anybody but herself. It's sad, but I realized that when I was probably about 4 years old.
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    ISFP - The Artists

    lol that describes my mum perfectly too Aerorobyn! I think I have a calming effect on her though so we get on OK for the most part, certainly as I've matured and become less argumentative.
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