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    Two of my closest friends are ENFPs and they are caring, warm, sweet, genuine and generous to others. They consider everyone's feelings and would never say a harsh word when a gentle one is available. Oh, and I am an ENFP and everyone says that in order to love others, you must first love yourself
    All I know for sure is that I come from a long line of dead people

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    They're so fully ALIVE!

    They light up a room with their entrance. Sometimes with firecrackers sometimes with a welcome candle.
    "No ray of sunshine is ever lost, but the green which it awakes into existence needs time to sprout, and it is not always granted to the sower to see the harvest. All work that is worth anything is done in faith." - Albert Schweitzer

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    I like their craziness and neediness. It's cute. They're also a lot of fun and easy going if "you're in". Good at getting people together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    They're so fully ALIVE!

    They light up a room with their entrance. Sometimes with firecrackers sometimes with a welcome candle.
    aww...such a sweet thing to say!
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    They're not always "needy," I think. Just the ones who haven't fully developed their personalities yet. And that's nearly anyone who is young.

    ENFP daughter was independent from day one. Like she was born with a sense of self and self-respect.

    I just love that glowing charismatic daughter I birthed and raised by some total miracle.

    Yeah I watch for you ENFPs to get my little fix of sunshine everyday.
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    I find them cute, and that seems to be it past individual quirks...
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    I don't actually know any ENFPs. But something tells me it would be unhealthy not to love them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    They're so fully ALIVE!

    They light up a room with their entrance. Sometimes with firecrackers sometimes with a welcome candle.
    Aww, so sweet.
    All I know for sure is that I come from a long line of dead people

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    Quote Originally Posted by littledarling View Post
    My best friend is an ENFP and I recently discovered that my boss is an ENFP as well. When I first met my boss two years ago I was instantly drawn to her. I was able to carry on a conversation with her for hours. As an INFJ I tend to be quiet and pretty reserved, and even somewhat awkward when it comes to meeting new people. I don't just "click" with anyone. A few things that I've observed in both my best friend and my boss that I absolutely adore are...
    1. They have such a simple joy for life and seem to radiate their joy to everyone around them
    2. They are amazing conversationalists. They can talk to anyone with such ease.
    3. They are probably the most genuinely kindred people I have ever met. They may be a little forgetful, but it seems like they always have a heart of gold.
    4. They're fun to be with all the time. I never want to stop being around them...which says a lot coming from such an introvert.
    5. They're independent. They love people and being the center of attention, but they also have a strong sense of autonomy, which is something to be admired.
    Accurate list of general ENFP characteristics.



    Quote Originally Posted by Cimarron View Post
    ENFPs are a lot of fun. I love going on adventures with them, and I feel like I pick up some of their radiance, so that when the ENFP's in a good mood, it's a picker-upper for me, too. They're open to doing/thinking about pretty much anything, though if you explore far enough you'll find that they do have a compact core of values they won't budge on (right?).
    Very true.

    Quote Originally Posted by tibby View Post
    My best friend, who I've known for 8 years, is an ENFP I love her to death. She's like the best friend I could've ever hoped for - very easy to talk to about ANYTHING, very Intuitive of people, a natural comedienne (she's so funny I normally almost choke for laughing so hard with her), enthusiastic, energetic, KIND, non-judgmental, charismatic. She's so relaxed and easy-going, yet at the same time she's very severe and emotional, so we can talk about deeper things and just "get" each other very well. She's like a magnet I'm pulled towards as I'm hers; we seem to compliment each other well.
    Your description evokes ...>

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    6. Their perspective on things is almost always unique to themselves, which makes them interesting.
    7. They are incredibly expressive in a way that makes you feel more human (maybe that's all F types, IDK).
    True.

    Quote Originally Posted by Skyward View Post
    ENFPs in a word: Childlike

    Its like their personality doesnt change form when theyre 5, only what they know and understand. I love little kids so I love ENFPs!
    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    ^Agreed! Youthful, but not immature (necessarily).
    Yup, we do tend to hold onto a youthful enthusiasm even as we mature. :blushing:

    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    Even grown up ENFPs have a sense of fun and innocence- they have a genuine feel to them. They also seem to know me better than I do in some aspects... it's SCARY! :eek:
    Lol, our ability to read people can scare people sometimes. That is why, I at least, have learned to keep my personal opinions about others to myself, unless I feel it would be a desired or beneficial addition to the conversation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    They're so fully ALIVE!

    They light up a room with their entrance. Sometimes with firecrackers sometimes with a welcome candle.






    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    I like their craziness and neediness. It's cute. They're also a lot of fun and easy going if "you're in". Good at getting people together.
    Pfft, this is the ENFP *love* thread. :rolli: Take your passive-aggressive hate elsewhere, thank you very much.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    They're not always "needy," I think. Just the ones who haven't fully developed their personalities yet. And that's nearly anyone who is young.

    ENFP daughter was independent from day one. Like she was born with a sense of self and self-respect.
    I swear, my sense of self has been incredibly strong since as far as I can remember, and with that sense of self necessarily came self-respect. I trusted myself, sometimes and often more than I trusted others, i.e. I listened to my intuition a lot more than I mindlessly obeyed or believed in authority figures and or rules.

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    Because they're so damn sexy. DUH.
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