Interestingly, ISFPs were the only type in the survey to express an almost even distribution of love language preference. Quality time topped the charts only slightly, with words of affirmation and acts of service following closely and physical touch and gifts lagging not too far behind.
What can we conclude from this? Perhaps what we always conclude about ISFPs – that no two are ever the same.
This type seems to enjoy giving and receiving love in drastically varied forms – from spending time with their partner to verbally expressing their adoration, to doing chores and errands for them, to showing them physical affection, to giving gifts! As each ISFP seems to approach love a little differently, make sure you communicate with yours to best understand how they personally prefer to give and receive love.
The other inference we may be able to make from these results is that ISFPs simply enjoy giving and receiving love in various forms! This caring, explorative type may genuinely feel torn between the various methods of expressing their love to others. One day it may be a thoughtful gift, the next a shower of complimentary words. The best way to love an ISFP may just be in every different way you can think of – after all, they appreciate variety in their lives and their relationships should be no exception.