[ISFP] Do you ISFP relate to Sasuke Uchiha in Naruto?

Do you ISFP relate to Sasuke Uchiha in Naruto?

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This is a discussion on Do you ISFP relate to Sasuke Uchiha in Naruto? within the ISFP Forum - The Artists forums, part of the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators category; I've rescently come to the conclusion that Sasuke in the anime Naruto is an ISFP. He is often pegged as ...

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    Do you ISFP relate to Sasuke Uchiha in Naruto?

    I've rescently come to the conclusion that Sasuke in the anime Naruto is an ISFP.

    He is often pegged as an INTJ, but since ISFPs share all the functions with INTJs
    they can easily be confused with each other especially when they become as
    unhealthy as Sasuke.

    So what do you guys think?



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    ISFP - The Artists

    From what little Ive seen of the show... I would have to disagree. He seems to be more focused on things like strategy and such than ... wait what do we focus on? stopping and smelling the roses? lol

    You would have to explain further...

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    Consider your sibling killed all your relatives. Like the whole extended community.
    Would you still be focusing on the roses?

    This is the story in a nutshell:



    What would an ISFP do?

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    ISFP - The Artists

    Break down
    Major depression

    Try to forgive and forget.

    That's what I would do. I'm not very close to my family, but I still like having them around to make me feel less lonely. I also hate revenge or conflict. I'm not going to bother with these...

    Edit: I can see why people see him an INTJ
    You must appear cold and aloof to make a master plan ?
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    I see.
    Would you say most ISFPs would react the same way?
    If you do I would say that the case for Sasuke being an INTJ is very strong indeed.

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    ISFP - The Artists

    Yeah Id go with major depression as well (partly because I already suffer from depression so take this with a grain of salt.) But ISFPs tend to try to avoid conflicts...

    I think it is possible that he could of had a personality change if you are really intent on him being an ISFP as a child. Traumatic experiences can really change a person. And at a young age personality is still in a development stage.
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    if you are really intent on him being an ISFP as a child.
    No I just wanted to see what merit the theory had.
    He is clearly an INTJ then. No doubt about it.

    The bonus is that now I understand ISFPs better since I didn't know too much about you!

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    ISFP - The Artists

    HAHA. Had to respond to this post.

    I think the closest to an ISFP would be Hinata but that wasn't your question. He's definitely an INTJ.
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    Why I made this thread?



    ISFPs have the function order of (Fi, Se, Ni, Te) and that is similar to INTJs (Ni, Te, Fi, Se)
    Best way to test a theory is to go straight to the best authority, namely you guys! ;-P


     
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