ISFJ

ISFJ-The Protector
You scored 9% I to E, 57% N to S, 38% F to T, and 15% J to P!
The protector type is called such because you feel your life is best used to protect those you love from the pitfalls of life, to see to their safety and security. You belong to the larger group called guardians. You find great satisfaction in assisting the downtrodden. You are not talkative with strangers, but you can chat tirelessly with those you trust. You have a good solid work ethic. You are thorough and very likely frugal. You do not like to be in a place of authority, and will delegate poorly if forced into a lead position. You share your type with 10% of the population.
As a romantic partner, you are generous and gentle. Occasionally you may be taken for granted because of this fact. You are tireless in providing acts of service for your loved ones. You run the risk of always being exhausted because you won’t say no to your partner. You are sensitive to criticism and will withdraw rather than fight back. You wish to be appreciated for your loyalty and whole hearted nuturing. Your values must be respected and you thrive on consideration and kindness.
Your group summary: Guardians (SJ)
Your Type Summary: ISFJ

My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

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You scored higher than 7% on I to E
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You scored higher than 79% on N to S
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You scored higher than 30% on F to T
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You scored higher than 7% on J to P

Link: The LONG Scientific Personality Test written by unpretentious2 on Ok Cupid
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11 Responses to ISFJ

  1. pyanfar says:

    Myers-Briggs goodness, yay!
    ooo, gonna have to take this one myself…
    pretty sure i’m probably still an INFP, though

    hey, where do you guys live in Atlanta, anyway?

  2. tstauffer says:

    I’m in Acworth! :) *tigger bounce*

  3. mtfay says:

    You do too fight back;)… I’ve seen it. That shy, retiring thing is a ruse:).

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