ISFPs are subtle, emotional, and sensitive natures, often with artistic perception and developed taste. For their subtle perception of reality, they are often called Artists.
ISFPs like to maintain warm relationships with people. They are not conflicted and are able to understand the feelings of another person. Often they are modest and underestimate themselves. It can be a challenge for them to express their thoughts, and especially difficult to firmly defend their rights and interests. Artists love when others are tactful and show their emotions delicately. It is easy to hurt or offend Artists with rude words.
Artists like to decide each time in a new way what they will do. They do not tolerate routine and strive to escape from its captivity by any means. Artists often live without goals and prefer to go with the flow and see what life offers them. Instead of creating important events in their lives, ISFPs often respond to circumstances and get involved in what other people suggest.
ISFPs live in the here and now. They know how to enjoy life and relationships. They like to do things that give a sense of pleasure and bring practical value to other people. What Artists neglect is their plans for the future. By giving preference to immediate things, they deprive themselves of the opportunity to connect the steps in the present with the consequences in the distant future.
They get pleasure from many things — from communication in the family, taking care of the house, interaction with animals and plants, from high-quality and delicious food, sex, art, hobbies, from everything they do with love. Family is often a key value for ISFPs. They are devoted and caring partners, attentive to the feelings of other people. Breakups and crises are extremely difficult for Artists to experience.