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    So, I want to know the description of the personality and behavior of a person of this type/enneagram. How they are?

    PS: Examples of people of this type would be good too...
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    Yeah, ENFP 4w5 is a quite current fit for ENFPs, not the most though. They tend to be more introspective and less "bubbly" than the ENFP stereotype but they still true ENFPs. A good example of ENFP 4w5 would be Drusilla from the TV show Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Yeah, ENFP 4w5 is a quite current fit for ENFPs, not the most though. They tend to be more introspective and less "bubbly" than the ENFP stereotype but they still true ENFPs. A good example of ENFP 4w5 would be Drusilla from the TV show Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
    May this type be a more... let me see... "darker" version of ENFP? Less extroverted, more reflective, and more able to deal with unpleasant feelings than ENFP's 7?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cfs1992 View Post
    May this type be a more... let me see... "darker" version of ENFP? Less extroverted, more reflective, and more able to deal with unpleasant feelings than ENFP's 7?
    Yah, probably. But I don't know that enneatype very well honestly.
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    I don't know much about enneagrams, but I was more familiar with INFP's being 4's than ENFP's. But, I truly don't know. 4's are typically withdrawn types. I'm not really sure what a withdrawn extrovert looks like... I suppose it's one of those extroverts that learn close to the E/I line... but you may very well just be a social variant introvert, too.
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    idk silly sapiene is an enfp 4w5 and she seems more extraverted than me.
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    Not sure how that works, to be doubly withdrawn and an extrovert, but if it makes sense to you, then fine by me.

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    you know what... as i think about this more... i think i DO know a few ENFP 4w5's. hardly withdrawn types, though. very sophisticated/creative/intellectual... but i suppose will withdraw here and there to read, write, etc. but most likely have more of a pull to be around other people. the one friend i have in mind, was the type of guy to be at a party wearing a button up shirt, with a vest, and nice slacks, but with chuck taylors... stood around drinking a lot of cheap beer, chain smoking cigarettes and could be quite boisterous... but enjoyed talking politics and books.
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    Is Anne Sexton considered an ENFP 4w5?



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