| || |
This is a discussion on istp withdrawing for reflection vs cutting and running: what's the tipping point? within the ISTP Forum - The Mechanics forums, part of the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators category; Originally Posted by briesas um, i didn't give any details or context to the question that would support that, as ...
If you truly understand me and are good to me, I would never cut and run. Don't know what else to say.
It's interesting... It seems to me like the advice ISTPs have to offer would very likely balance out an ENFPs approach to life. And vice versa.
It's not just who you are, it's what is your weakness and how do you need to grow to get what you want from life.
Anyway, another thing that needs to be mentioned--and it's an unpleasant truth--many times we just get bored with the person. If they just, well...suck. We're moving on. Perhaps not up or on the East Side. But we're gone so fast your head'll spin.
This is one of the reasons we have such a strong connection with ENFPs: They're exceptionally good at keeping us on our toes. For a while.