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    ENFJ - The Givers

    ENFP - INFJ relationships

    Okay, I haven't seen one of these yet so I decided to start upon it;

    Through the little time I've spent here, I've seen quite a number of ENFP - INFJ relationships here and there, but never really addressed directly.

    History suggests ENFP girls gravitate towards INFJ guys and likewise, INFJ guys towards ENFP girls.

    One person I know for a fact who is an INFJ who likes ENFP is @Btmangan , who's a male INFJ.

    I would like to see what comes up here myself, cause I tend to appreciate the ENFP girls a bit too much.

    I need opinions;

    Will it work, advice, experiences, opinions, anything... GO!

    *feel free to take notes*
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    ENFP - The Inspirers


    I'm not a girl, but I pretty much gravitate to a girl that is

    1. Cute

    2. Funny/Witty/Smartassy

    3. Up in the air


    Does that describe a type? Nope. This is why I don't understand the "gravitation" thing. I don't analyze everyone I meet into a stereotype like that, because you'll most likely be proven wrong the more you get to know them. It's best to just find someone that fits your own personal criteria, not just a MBTI type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OriginalChris View Post
    I'm not a girl, but I pretty much gravitate to a girl that is

    1. Cute

    2. Funny/Witty/Smartassy

    3. Up in the air


    Does that describe a type? Nope. This is why I don't understand the "gravitation" thing. I don't analyze everyone I meet into a stereotype like that, because you'll most likely be proven wrong the more you get to know them. It's best to just find someone that fits your own personal criteria, not just a MBTI type.
    Could be an INTP, or an ISFP, ENFP likely as well...
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    ENFP - The Inspirers


    I'll add one thing to this though.

    I think the MBTI "types" that are supposed to be compatible with ENFPs entrigue me a lot. I won't lie about that, so I will say I'm interested in your OP as well. I just don't know how much you can say "I'm attracted to ENFP women" when you can't really TELL that without getting to know them more personally, rather than at a distance, you know?

    Anyway, I do agree. I'm interested in the other types, and especially learning about women that are supposed to be matches, but I don't know if I would use it as a way to filter through them all. That would be limiting myself WAY, WAY, WAY TOO much. I don't know if the female ENFPs feel that way as well, but I know I do, and personality types aren't exactly gender biased. :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by OriginalChris View Post
    I just don't know how much you can say "I'm attracted to ENFP women" when you can't really TELL that without getting to know them more personally, rather than at a distance, you know?

    That would be limiting myself WAY, WAY, WAY TOO much. I don't know if the female ENFPs feel that way as well, but I know I do, and personality types aren't exactly gender biased. :P
    I would put is as something like, from what I've read, from what I've seen and the interactions here, I am very intrigued and enjoy probably the concept and stereotype of the ENFP girls.

    But true, complete focus on the MBTI in choosing partners is relatively unwise and very limiting. I do keep and open mind when meeting new people...

    But I would have to say though, I am still rather intrigued.

    Plus, a lot of ENFPs have come to INFJ threads and form threads there with similar intentions as mine... referring especially to the INFJ appreciation thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KC Tan View Post
    Could be an INTP, or an ISFP, ENFP likely as well...
    Could be, but I've dated so many girls (I'm not proud of that whatsoever), and I think I've probably met every single type of girl in the universe. I've dated the crazy psychopathic ones (every girl :D). I've met the cute, lovable, cuddle maniac ones. I've dated the bitchy, feminist "man hater" women. I've dated the clingy, can't leave me the hell alone for 5 second type of girl. I've dated the ISFJ "need for safety" girls who plan out every second of their lives. I've dated the comedian girls who are actually funnier than I could ever hope to be. I've dated the artsy fartsy "hipster" girls who read too many poem books and drink too much wine while acting all sophisticated. I've dated the rip your heart out, all heads turn when she walks in, supermodel girl, who has no soul on the inside.

    I've dated every single one of them. I suppose, if I wanted, they all could have worked, minus the 1 (maybe 2, not sure) that cheated on me. Other than her, I could have stuck around and just been "happy" with what I had, but I wasn't. Does that mean I need to search out a personality type? I doubt it.

    Why? I'll tell you, even though you didn't ask :)

    Out of all my life experiences with every kind of woman you could imagine, I've found a universal truth that will never, ever be fully realized through any personality type. ALL WOMEN ARE INHERENTLY INSANE! That's the honestly truth. ALL WOMEN ARE BIPOLAR.

    Now, the kicker her is this: You have to find a girl that have the "right" kind of crazy. Maybe that's an ENFP for you, but who knows? All ENFPs are different too. You have to find a girl that is insane in a way you can live with forever. If you can't deal with her personal "crazy," then you need to move on. That's it. Feminist girls might go nuts on me for saying that, and they might say all men are crazy too, and I'd say... Touche, cheers, and who wants a shot?

    Quote Originally Posted by KC Tan View Post
    But I would have to say though, I am still rather intrigued.

    Plus, a lot of ENFPs have come to INFJ threads and form threads there with similar intentions as mine... referring especially to the INFJ appreciation thread.

    Touche.
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    Oh goodness. You joined after the onslaught of threads in the ENFP forum about INFJs.

    ENFP women: How many of you find the best romance with INFJ guys?
    the INFJ/ENFP Dynamic
    ENFP INFJ Relationship
    Do you really like INFJs?


    Get to readin'!

    I provide these links instead of speaking because I beg you to please, please, please, please not get me started on ENFP/INFJ relationships... people here want to kill me because I blabber on and on...

    I won't say anything......

    I LOVE MY INFJ BOYFRIEND!!!!! WAAAHH!

    *runs away*
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    Quote Originally Posted by OriginalChris View Post
    Could be, but I've dated so many girls (I'm not proud of that whatsoever), and I think I've probably met every single type of girl in the universe. I've dated the crazy psychopathic ones (every girl :D). I've met the cute, lovable, cuddle maniac ones. I've dated the bitchy, feminist "man hater" women. I've dated the clingy, can't leave me the hell alone for 5 second type of girl. I've dated the ISFJ "need for safety" girls who plan out every second of their lives. I've dated the comedian girls who are actually funnier than I could ever hope to be. I've dated the artsy fartsy "hipster" girls who read too many poem books and drink too much wine while acting all sophisticated. I've dated the rip your heart out, all heads turn when she walks in, supermodel girl, who has no soul on the inside.

    I've dated every single one of them. I suppose, if I wanted, they all could have worked, minus the 1 (maybe 2, not sure) that cheated on me. Other than her, I could have stuck around and just been "happy" with what I had, but I wasn't. Does that mean I need to search out a personality type? I doubt it.

    Why? I'll tell you, even though you didn't ask :)

    Out of all my life experiences with every kind of woman you could imagine, I've found a universal truth that will never, ever be fully realized through any personality type. ALL WOMEN ARE INHERENTLY INSANE! That's the honestly truth. ALL WOMEN ARE BIPOLAR.

    Now, the kicker her is this: You have to find a girl that have the "right" kind of crazy. Maybe that's an ENFP for you, but who knows? All ENFPs are different too. You have to find a girl that is insane in a way you can live with forever. If you can't deal with her personal "crazy," then you need to move on. That's it. Feminist girls might go nuts on me for saying that, and they might say all men are crazy too, and I'd say... Touche, cheers, and who wants a shot?




    Touche.
    I'll drink to that...

    That's part of the point, I need some crazy in my life...
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    Quote Originally Posted by vivacissimamente View Post
    Oh goodness. You joined after the onslaught of threads in the ENFP forum about INFJs.

    ENFP women: How many of you find the best romance with INFJ guys?
    the INFJ/ENFP Dynamic
    ENFP INFJ Relationship
    Do you really like INFJs?


    Get to readin'!

    I provide these links instead of speaking because I beg you to please, please, please, please not get me started on ENFP/INFJ relationships... people here want to kill me because I blabber on and on...

    I won't say anything......

    I LOVE MY INFJ BOYFRIEND!!!!! WAAAHH!

    *runs away*
    Thanks!

    You can say anything you want here.

    I don't want my forum to die anyway =P
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    ENFP - The Inspirers


    Men are from Mars. Women are from Venus. ENFPs are from another dimension.
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