That really sucks =[ we're not all like her though! I hope you find or have found someone better!Be careful with that. Any ISFP that goes around talking about a soul mate needs their maturity level assessed. They definitely mean what they say, just be wary, the personality has a negative quality when it comes to long-term relationships.
My ex was an ISFP, she dumped me for another guy that was more interesting even though we were engaged. She still wants to be friends with me, though. Now, I'm sure she's not like all other ISFP's out there, there's all sorts.
But I like to think of the ISFP's as explorers of people. I suppose the healthier ones explore hobbies and not people and that would be how they settle into anything long-term.
Providing her age might be appropriate. Discussing soul mates at anything under 25 is just a folly. Even below 30 it is dangerous.
Is it really work though when you (i.e. me) get off on being able to maintain good relationships with people?Yeah, I don't believe in soulmates either. There's no such thing as a perfect relationship, at least I don't think so.
I think the concept of a soulmate leads you to believe that a relationship will be easy, when in reality any relationship takes constant work to maintain.
Yes, I agree, I like to maintain healthy relationships, and perhaps I could have used a better word. When I said "work" I meant effort.Is it really work though when you (i.e. me) get off on being able to maintain good relationships with people?