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    Hmmm....so since I'm an INFJ, my options are: ENFJ, ISFJ, INTJ, INFP.

    It's kind of hard for me to pick!! On some level, part of myself can relate to all!!

    But the one I relate to least at this point would be INTJ.

    The one I relate to most...hmm.....probably INFP.
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    Can't decide between INTP or ENFP. Probably more INTP. Both are dedicated to accurate estimation and succinct language. We can both figure anything out.

    ENFP shares my desire for chasing anything new though... It's tough.

    I feel most distant from ENTJ because I don't know any.
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    ENTJ most
    ENFP
    ESTP
    INTP least

    edit: actually it's so different. I feel close to any of them now and then.

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    I haven't really decided between being ISTP or INTP yet. So compromise?

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    I am an INFP.
    I feel the closest with INTPs (in every way except I am not that smart).
    I feel the furthest from ENFPs. (They are so sweet, however they are so out of their shell, which I am not).
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    ESTP

    I can't decide who I feel I have the most in common with! I really get along well with my ESFP sister because we can understand where the other is comming from and hold similar attitudes on everything. Some of my best friends have been ENTPs though- they are so FUN and seem to value doing things just for the experience as much as I do!

    My best friend is an ESTJ, and I would have to say she's probably the most different from me- she is always organized, thinks things through and keeps her life in order- properties I'd love to steal from her sometime!
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    i probably connect best with INFPs.
    ISFJs are very loyal, but i feel the most distant to them.
    ENFJs and INTJs are both cool; i'm good friends with people of both types.

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    I'm eNFJ. I have long felt that I was a dead split between an INFJ and an ENTJ. When I stand center to my ENTJ best friend and my INFJ father in a conversation, I seem to be a schizophrenic version of both as I relate to both angles, leaning more toward the NFJ part in essence, but with the blunt force of the NTJ.

    While I like them tremendously, I don't personally relate to my S counterpart at all beyond the need for social harmony.
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    Given that I only believe we can speak about different types along the temperament axis, I'd say ENFJ>ESTJ=ESFJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colors View Post
    I haven't really decided between being ISTP or INTP yet. So compromise?

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    IxFP
    ENTP
    ESTP
    ISTJ
    INTJ
    (least)
    I've just said on a post in another thread that I thought the easiest dimension to ascertain is N/S. I’d be interested to know why you’re having difficulty deciding, as it’s the one dimension that I’m 100% sure on. My guess is that you are ISTJ on the basis that you have put INTJ at the bottom. INTJ and INTP’s, from my experience, get on well together, In fact most NT’s get on well; I’m not convinced that the J/P dimension is that significant to an NT. However INTJ and ISTJ really get on each other nerves, as they really are very different (although I'm married to one!).

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