Well, I do hope so... they say that sensor types tend to be more "physically proactive" in certain "physical" activities...Yes, this ISFP was unhealthy. All of the personality types have their unhealthy tendencies though if not mature or evolved enough. I hope you get to meet an ISFP that changes your mind
I don't think anyone has said this is a natural pairing.My kind is apparently compatible with your kind. After realizing one of my loyal male friends (who would like to be more) is an ENFJ, this makes a lot of sense. Does anyone have experience with this pairing? I'd like to explore this idea more.
It isn't so much about S/N. If you pay attention to the cognitive functions:I don't think anyone has said this is a natural pairing.
If anything, the S/N divide is most frequently posited as the most divisive feature of type relations.
I don't necessarily think your subjective experience is a strong enough premise on which to challenge the S/N dichotomy.It isn't so much about S/N. If you pay attention to the cognitive functions:
ENFJ: Fe Ni Se Ti
ISFP: FI Se Ni Te
They have the potential to strengthen each others' weaker functions, and are able to connect on similar wavelengths. I admit, I have an easier time with ISFPs than INFPs, simply because they seem to "get" me more, and vice versa.
How was I challenging the "dichotomy" exactly? Besides, in the world of personality theory, how "objective" can you really be. There is no cut and dry in the world of people and experiences. There are sensing types that I get along with better than intuitive and vice versa. Obviously two people being intuitive types does not suggest that they would automatically get along or understand each other.....I don't necessarily think your subjective experience is a strong enough premise on which to challenge the S/N dichotomy.
By saying "it isn't so much about S/N".How was I challenging the "dichotomy" exactly?
I'm not really sure what legitimacy that page has, or any internet page on MBTI for that matter.And as far as nobody saying that it's a natural pairing, that isn't completely true. I'm not sure where the OP got her information, however, personalitypage.com, probably one of the more popular sites suggests that INFP or ISFP is ideal for an ENFJ.