I know an ISFJ who taught, coached, tutored, sat in on PTO meetings, participated on a monthly school reform committee, and planned her wedding all at the same time.Saying “no” is one of the hardest things an ISFJ will ever have to learn to do, but it’s also one of the best ways to personal growth and healthy interpersonal relationships. They strive to invest in and support family, friends, and coworkers, wanting to keep their relationship with others positive.People who know ISFJs well can attest to the fact that ISFJs have a creative, imaginative side.One ISFJ I know bakes elaborate cakes for family members on their birthdays.They also have well-developed palates and senses of smell.
My ISFJ cousin who just graduated high school told me that one of his favorite things to do is correct grammar. They’re sensitive to temperature, lighting, and sonic changes.
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