//Personality Plus//

Today I’m linking up with Bailey from Brave Love  for the Blog-tember challenge. I got the idea from a friend of mine Amy over at Set Free blog   Yesterday’s Prompt was: what is your personality type?
I took the Myers-Briggs test back in college and loved finding out about
personality types. I find it so interesting. I feel that it helps you
understand yourself and others better. No personality type is superior to
another which makes the test so great. Finding out more about your spouse,
kids, and people you work with is so important. I feel it helps me put myself
in their shoes in situations so that I better understand where they are coming
I retook a similar test here and got the same result I did when I was a
freshman in college over 10 years ago, which goes to show you its pretty accurate.
My personality is an ISFJ.

ISFJ in a Nutshell

ISFJs are industrious caretakers, loyal to traditions and organizations. They are practical, compassionate, and caring, and are motivated to provide for others and protect them from the perils of life.
ISFJs are conventional and grounded, and enjoy contributing to established structures of society. They are steady and committed workers with a deep sense of responsibility to others. They focus on fulfilling their duties, particularly when they are taking care of the needs of other people. They want others to know that they are reliable and can be trusted to do what is expected of them. They are conscientious and methodical, and persist until the job is done.

What Makes the ISFJ Tick

ISFJs are driven by their personal values, and are conscientious in their behavior. They typically want to work hard, get along with others, and make sure they do what is expected of them.
ISFJs value relationships highly and strive to cooperate and maintain harmony with others. They want stability and longevity in their relationships, and tend to maintain a deep devotion to family. They feel most connected with people they know they can rely upon over the long term.
ISFJs appreciate tradition and like knowing how things were done in the past. They are loyal to established methods and values, and want to observe the proper, accepted way of doing things. They place great importance on fitting in with established institutions and contributing what they can to maintain strong, stable social structures. In groups, they often take on the role of historian, ensuring that new members respect and value the established customs.

Recognizing an ISFJ

ISFJs are characteristically humble and unassuming, and rarely call attention to themselves. They can often be found offering assistance to others in a modest, understated way. They are loyal and hardworking, and often commit themselves to tasks and projects with the aim of being helpful to their families, friends, and communities. They are typically involved in social groups, but do not want the spotlight: they are more likely to be found behind the scenes, working diligently to fulfill their role.
ISFJs are oriented to relationships, but can be reserved with new people. They rarely disclose personal information quickly. They tend to be focused and aware of their surroundings, and relate details from their own personal experience. They often converse in terms of what has happened to them and what they have seen first-hand. They are compassionate listeners, and typically remember details about people. They often enjoy hearing the facts about others in the process of making a connection.

Mother Teresa. No Pressure right?!

Very supportive 
Loyal and hard-working 
Imaginative and observant 
Reliable and patient 
Good practical skills

Humble and shy 
Overload themselves 
Take many things too personally 
Reluctant to change
Too altruistic
Repress their feelings 
So if you haven’t taken the personality test go do it now and share with me your results.
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