[QUOTE=Elinor Dashwood;3340646]I wouldn't say I have "the gift of gab," but I know that two things made a big difference for me in improving my social comfort level. The first was to stop worrying about whether people liked me, and start worrying about whether I liked people. This took my focus off myself and put it onto the other person, because I was too busy learning about them by asking them questions and paying attention to them to think too much about what I was doing. It also made
[QUOTE=Elinor Dashwood;3339057][QUOTE=Aizar;3338485]...Then I know some "real" jerks that are also nasty but don't hide it, and often admit to it. And I don't mean being a jerk in that arrogant super-macho/antagonist way that American culture seems to glorify, but in a more "Yeah, it's just the way I am. Nothing personal."
What gets me is that the fake ones bother me a whole lot more than the real ones. I have one friend who can be selfish, manipulative, pushy, callous,
[QUOTE=Liltsuka;3200023]Forcing yourself to fall in love? I don't really like the sound of that...
Well I came across two types of cases as an ENFP. Though the results will vary because of our level of development into the function. Most of them were cases, I thought of as an possibility and the following results that come from that perception.
The first from the top that you asked is an arranged or blind date.
I don't really like the sound of that. Even as an ENFP,
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