For those of you who may or may not recognize me, I'm the dude who was (and still am a bit) infatuated with an ENFP.
Long story short, I've had to voluntarily albeit reluctantly give up on her. We live in two different worlds and I can't stand being around her friends. I detest them and refuse to willingly hang out with them unless absolutely necessary.
Posted this late at night as I felt the need to put what I'm feeling into words.
This is for all you ENFPs out there. This is for all you inspirers who bring joy and happiness to others, both as family members, lovers, and friends.The Quintessential ENFP
By: A Quiet ISTJ
How should I explain it? How do I verbalize this? Hard to do.
But imagine feeling there was someone out there whom you felt complemented you and made you feel nice inside by just being around her. Again, it's hard to describe. But when you're that shy, dull, gloomy, quiet guy who's always either being a homebody or just hanging out with his own group of nerd friends, it's a joy having someone who makes you smile and laugh through even the littlest of her actions, two things you rarely do in other situations.
Whether she decides to chatter endlessly about how much she loves certain exotic foods or how she is really really excited because of things that you'd normally view as a normal occurrences such as rainy days, you only end up involuntarily smiling and nodding because she contagiously draws you into her sphere of excitement. She thus brings a level of spontaneity and fun into your life. She provides a new perspective of life that you would've never otherwise trusted or credited. You would think through your own super rational logic that your way was the right and only one. But her approach shows that's not necessarily always the case.
Video/song sums up how I'm feeling. Sad and forlorn. But somewhat satisfied and happy.
Done. Had to get that off my chest. Hopefully she won't ever read this.