ISFJ: Looking In From The Outside

As expected, the majority of women are ISFJ-Nurturers. Their introspective nature empowers them to find generosity within themselves. This, in turn, generates mercy, kindness, and empathy.

These are strong emotions for a writer to work with. A woman’s sensitivity to others emotions can shed light on the darkest problems, and even find their solutions. Though Nurturers aren’t solely focused on resolutions and goals, their ability to bring out the best in others provide mechanisms that lead to the end of conflict and the reuniting of lost souls.

In my own writings, I often find myself using the nurturing capabilities of women to clarify emotional conflicts and unite people with their lost goals.

How do you use nurturers, either male or female, in your stories?

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