ISFJ personality types, also called Defenders, are known for our sensitive, analytical, and reserved traits. As a Turbulent Defender, I can validate that we are a large, yet hidden, group of meticulous perfectionists. We are hardly comfortable in the spotlight and tend to gravitate towards the edge of the room in a social setting, but despite this introverted trait, we are naturally social. Our catch is that we save memories more so to remember people and create strong emotional connections rather than bouncing around meeting as many people as possible. We thrive on connecting with the few rather than meeting the many.
ISFJ: The Protector (Introverted, Sensing, Feeling, Judging)
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Home is where the heart is for people with the Defender personality type, and in no other area of their lives do they strive with such dedication to create the harmony and beauty they wish to see in the world. Defenders are most attractive when they are simply being themselves in a comfortable environment such as work, where their natural flow shows this kindness and dedication. Relationships built on established familiarity are a warm prospect for Defenders — they take dating seriously and only enter into relationships that have a real chance of lasting a lifetime. Hard as it may be, if either dating partner doubts their feelings, they must part ways before real emotional damage is done.
ESFJs are naturally warm and loving and focus easily on their romantic partners to create great relationships. ESFJs go into relationships looking for something long term. So any type who prefers casual relationships find themselves quickly left behind by the determined ESFJ. And once in a relationship, ESFJs are incredibly warm and supportive.
ISFJs love to be in warm, loving relationships. Anyone in a relationship with an ISFJ will find them attentive to their needs and always happy to help them get those needs met. ISFJs need partners who are just as committed to the relationship as they are. And once they feel stable, the ISFJ will commit themselves completely to their relationship. And as long as their partner loves and appreciates them and everything they do, the ISFJ will quite happily devote themselves to creating a safe, nurturing nest for them to enjoy.
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