@kevincjohnson: Harry Styles wears a Michael Sam jersey at tonight’s One Direction show
Harry in One Direction: The Official Annual 2015
St. Louis - 8/27
↳ ISFP (The Composer)
ISFPs can be difficult to recognize because of their tendency to express themselves through action rather than words. They may initially appear distant or aloof, but if you watch closely, you can observe their caring in the thoughtful things they do for others. They are carefully observant of the practical needs of other people, and often step in with quiet, unassuming assistance at just the moment it is needed. ISFPs prefer to take a supportive role and are rarely assertive or demanding of attention. They are typically tolerant and accepting of others.
ISFPs typically have finely tuned artistic sensibilities. They are sensitive to color, texture, and tone, and often have an innate sense of what will be aesthetically pleasing. They are often naturals when it comes to arranging something artistically, and enjoy the process of taking in the sensations around them. ISFPs focus mostly on the experiences of the present moment, and are rarely ambitious, preferring instead to enjoy the simple pleasures of life: friends, family, and sensory delights such as food, music, and art.
- among types most likely to report heart disease and hypertension
- in college, likely to report low levels of assertiveness
- in essays, projected themselves the fewest number of years into the future of all the types
- among the types least likely to stay in college
- most likely of all types to report stress related to finances and children
- likely to value a work environment which provides security, clear and simple instructions, and no expectation of extra work hours
- commonly found in occupations in healthcare, business, and law enforcement
- famous isfps: jacqueline kennedy onassis, bob dylan, mozart, and jimi hendrix
@louteasdale: Putting me in the ice freezer does not count towards the ALS charity thing
louteasdale: Putting me in the ice freezer does not count towards the ALS charity thing