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Question #1343135256Tuesday, 24-Jul-2012
Category: ISFp
Hello, I'm an ISFp and although I test as very strongly perceiving, I find that I constantly need others to provide structure in my life. I hate when people don't give me an exact anwser to a question, and I hate when people are late. However, I am often late and decisive myself. Is this common for a perceiver or could I possibly be some kind of weird hypocritical judger? I'm asking because I got frustrated at someone for giving me a "maybe" to a yes or no answer and she suggested that I might be one. I doubt it, but I'm still curious. -- Anonymous
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A1 Being a perceiver doesn't mean you're 100% flexible everyone, except crazy artists and mentally ill people, needs some amount of regularity and structure in their lives. I can relate to what you write, except the clear answers, and I'm a perceiver too. What you describe only confirms that your F (which includes mental processes) is extroverted - that means, that it requires clarity, certain amount of regularity and generally accepted rules. Only, it isn't your primary function, that's why you're a perceiver. -- Ezis (ESFp)
A2 Just because your a perceiver doesn't mean you don't need stucture. In fact, INTPs often need as much stucture as an INTJ. However, INTPs are perceivers because they like to have their options open while INTJs like to have things settled. You may be like this or maybe your a perceiver, however not the strongest perceiver. -- Anonymous
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A3 Just because your a perceiver doesn't mean you don't need stucture. In fact, INTPs often need as much stucture as an INTJ. However, INTPs are perceivers because they like to have their options open while INTJs like to have things settled. You may be like this or maybe your a perceiver, however not the strongest perceiver. -- Anonymous
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