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    There was a thread with four different kind of "typical" INTjs or something. What would this kind of classification be for Gamma SFs?

    How are ESFp(Se), ESFp(Fi), ISFj(Se), ISFj(Fi) different from each other?

    Especially I'm interested in ISFj(Se). I don't know what are strong Se-subtype ISFjs like really. Kind of like ESFps? Or are they more similar to ISTjs perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XoX
    Especially I'm interested in ISFj(Se). I don't know what are strong Se-subtype ISFjs like really. Kind of like ESFps? Or are they more similar to ISTjs perhaps?
    Both. Or neither. It depends on what you're looking at.
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    They are more like ENFjs-Fe if you want to look at only the external part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XoX
    Especially I'm interested in ISFj(Se). I don't know what are strong Se-subtype ISFjs like really. Kind of like ESFps? Or are they more similar to ISTjs perhaps?
    Sometimes. Overall they are more rigid than Fi subtypes and way too uncomfortable with change to be any sort of EP type, and they don't respond to Fe well like ISTjs do.
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    Se-ESIs are the ones that people usually think of when the classically stern, moralistic, harsh ESI comes to mind. The Fi subtypes can be confused rather easily for EIIs or even SEIs: they come across as more friendly, less distant, and all-around "softer." Fi-ESIs are a little bit like friendly old grandmothers.

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    I only saw one episode of the telvision show, 'little house on the prarie', but I thought the wife of charles ingalls was a very good example of isfj.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heath
    I only saw one episode of the telvision show, 'little house on the prarie', but I thought the wife of charles ingalls was a very good example of isfj.
    yeah agreed
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    Quote Originally Posted by heath
    I only saw one episode of the telvision show, 'little house on the prarie', but I thought the wife of charles ingalls was a very good example of isfj.
    It cracks me up that you've only seen one episode of that show. I used to watch it all the time....wow do I feel old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redbaron
    Quote Originally Posted by heath
    I only saw one episode of the telvision show, 'little house on the prarie', but I thought the wife of charles ingalls was a very good example of isfj.
    It cracks me up that you've only seen one episode of that show. I used to watch it all the time....wow do I feel old.
    it's a great show (especially the one where Albert gets hooked on the junk )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bionicgoat
    Quote Originally Posted by redbaron
    Quote Originally Posted by heath
    I only saw one episode of the telvision show, 'little house on the prarie', but I thought the wife of charles ingalls was a very good example of isfj.
    It cracks me up that you've only seen one episode of that show. I used to watch it all the time....wow do I feel old.
    it's a great show (especially the one where Albert gets hooked on the junk )
    IEI-Fe 4w3

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    Quote Originally Posted by XoX View Post
    There was a thread with four different kind of "typical" INTjs or something. What would this kind of classification be for Gamma SFs?

    How are ESFp(Se), ESFp(Fi), ISFj(Se), ISFj(Fi) different from each other?

    Especially I'm interested in ISFj(Se). I don't know what are strong Se-subtype ISFjs like really. Kind of like ESFps? Or are they more similar to ISTjs perhaps?
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