Thank you for your reply about me infj being a benefactor to isfp. I didnt see the reply so asked again, and then realized that it was in the category of career. I feel that by not needing isfp it provokes them more and more. Is the answer to just be firm with being okay with not needing them. should i not try to find something to gain from them? Or wil they stil feel resentful no matter what? I assume the latter is the case but want to know objectively. Thank you -- Expander
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A1 It's a little more vice Versa. Since your the benefactor, ISFp's need something from you that only you can offer them but you need nothing from them. They can get angry and provoke you when they feel they are not being heard from you and being encouraging towards them would help a great deal. I would definitely be firm but sensitive towards their feelings if they start getting too pushy. Think of it as a parent-child situation where the INFj is the parent who can help the ISFp (the child) grow. -- Anonymous
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