HELP: How do you identify an ISTj/LSI and ISTp/SLI?

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    HELP: How do you identify an ISTj/LSI and ISTp/SLI?

    I am having extreme difficulty differentiating the two types, ISTj/LSI and ISTp/SLI?

    I read the socionic descriptions and watched a few videos regarding each type. Any and all assistance will be greatly appreciated and thanked!


    What are some common characteristics and behaviors that differ each from the other?

    Which type is more likely to attend parties?

    How does each type behave around someone they are attracted to?



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    Quote Originally Posted by KanRen View Post
    I am having extreme difficulty differentiating the two types, ISTj/LSI and ISTp/SLI?

    I read the socionic descriptions and watched a few videos regarding each type. Any and all assistance will be greatly appreciated and thanked!


    What are some common characteristics and behaviors that differ each from the other?

    Which type is more likely to attend parties?

    How does each type behave around someone they are attracted to?
    If we're going by socionics theory, LSI is Fe-seeking, so probably more likely to attend parties. For the same reason, LSI will be more active with their romantic interest than an SLI will be. A SLI will act more quiet and self-contained generally than an LSI when around friends and romantic partners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KanRen View Post
    I am having extreme difficulty differentiating the two types, ISTj/LSI and ISTp/SLI?

    I read the socionic descriptions and watched a few videos regarding each type. Any and all assistance will be greatly appreciated and thanked!


    What are some common characteristics and behaviors that differ each from the other?

    Which type is more likely to attend parties?

    How does each type behave around someone they are attracted to?
    OK why do you have the difficulty in differentiating between them, can you say more on this?

    There's a lot of differences really in descriptions too. When you read those descriptions what confused you?


    Quote Originally Posted by Another Lost Cause View Post
    If we're going by socionics theory, LSI is Fe-seeking, so probably more likely to attend parties. For the same reason, LSI will be more active with their romantic interest than an SLI will be. A SLI will act more quiet and self-contained generally than an LSI when around friends and romantic partners.
    Yeah well the stereotypical SLI doesn't do much at parties. I wouldn't say LSI can't stay self-contained around friends if strongly expressed Ti subtype.


 

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