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    Senior Member Nonsensical's Avatar
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    Kids usually develop certain friendship patterns that they stick with, roughly, through adulthood. N children are highly more likely to make other N friends, and not S friends, and visa versa with S children..their interests match, and N and S friendship isn't extremely common.

    Of my friends..

    2 or 3 ENFPs

    Male friends are ENTP, INTP, one ESFP, and one INFP

    Female friends are ENFP, ENFJ, INFJ.
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    You know it is funny but I find myself making more friendships with S then N's.
    My husband is an N which I need most because he understands and gets me more then anyone else on the earth because of his N-ness.

    I used to be friends evenly with N's and S's but became frustrated with the unbalance and too much disconnect with reality when there are too many Ns together,lol.

    I like the dependability and balancing that S's bring to me in my life.
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    My family is N infested mostly(ENFJ,ENFP,INTX,IXFP). My friendships are almost exclusively SPs(ESFP,ISFP,EX(likely S)TP,INTJ)
    Sometimes I feel like I'm "on Mercury"-

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    Me, I have:
    1 INFJ friend
    1 INTP friend
    2 INTJ friends
    1 ISTJ friend
    1 ENFJ friend
    1 ESFJ friend
    1 INFP friend

    And:
    1 close INFJ friend

    My family:
    INTJ (me)
    INFP (brother)
    INFJ (mother)
    ENTP (father)
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    Te > Fi > Ni Shaula's Avatar
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    N and S seems to be about equally distributed among my friends.

    Friends/Acquaintances
    1 ENFJ
    1 INFJ
    1 INFP
    2 INTJ
    3 ESFP
    1 ISTP
    1 ISTJ
    3 ISFJ
    1 ESTJ

    Close Friends
    2 ENFP
    1 ENFJ
    1 ISTJ
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    Most of my best friends are ENTJ and ISFJ, I'd say equal S and N presence.
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    True Friends
    1 ENFJ
    2 INTJs
    1 INFJ
    1 ISTJ
    1 ENTJ

    Friendly Acquaintances
    7+ ESFPs
    5 ESTPs
    2 ISTPs
    3 ENTJs
    3 ESFJs
    5 INTJs
    2 ESFJs
    1 ENFP

    Family
    Dad:INTJ
    Brother:INTJ
    Mom:ESFJ (alone in a house of NTJs. Poor thing)
    Mom's family: 11 SJs (9 of which are Fs)
    Dad's Family: 7 NTs


    Ne > Ni > Ti > Fi > Te> Fe > Se > Si

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    Most of the friends I have I've known for a long time, long before knowing about mbti.

    My bestest friends over these years have been ESFP, xNTP, ENFP, INFP and ISTP.

    Acquintances? Too many and diverse. Depends on the individual entirely, not their type. Most of them nonconformists and talk more than me in the social scene. I enjoy being with those who are original and _funny_

    Family, dad ESTJ, mom ENFJ and sister ISFJ.

    In any given relationship I focus on the positive and emphasise that - what I get from an ESFP is not what I get from an ENFP.

    I try to promote growth in each relationship as well as in individual - I strive to get into the best possible relationship I can with any of my friends. Probably for that reason I never get "bored" with anyone, I see endless development as well as always something surprising and new to dig into in the other person, or bring out something I hadn't seen before.

    I feel most connected to Ns, obviously. It's a bond, and those are my bestest, most naturally in-tune-with and deepest relationships.

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    I don't have enough confirmed types amongst friends to say. So far amongst confirmed, including family and friends and roommates - I am surrounded by INXPs. I suspect I also know quite a few INFJs but not confirmed.

    Amongst friends with confirmed types:

    1 ISTJ
    2 ISFJs
    1 INTJ
    1 INXJ
    1 ENFJ
    2 INTPs
    4 INFPs
    1 ESFP
    1 ENFP
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    I have a bias towards INFP-friends. However I enjoy S as well preferable the P-types.
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