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    Default INFPs and ENXJs - Why ?

    The INFJs did one for the ENFPs
    now we use the same premise for our advancement
    I've seen more talk of INFPs and ENTJs than with ENFJs, but i am open as usual.

    So divulge if you dare.
    I N V I C T U S

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    ENFJs: Because they say/do what we think, and we help control/redirect their eccentricities.

    ENTJs: I don't know why we're matched up.

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    We love their guidance, we really do..coming from an INFP, and it is comfortable, the whole extroversion balancing out the introversion..but personally, in general, I really really love ENFJs, and even INFJs..and hell, I love the other 14 types too!
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    The pairing works since the values are the same with the middle letters, but you balance out because you express yourself differently. It's where the whole opposites attract idea works. I love being around them, but they don't notice my qualities in the same way so it's kind of sad. I think it has to do with I's not always showing their qualities like an E, so it usually takes something dramatic or extreme for them to see them in that way.

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    I'll bet it's because INFPs hate and/or suck at making decisions and ENxJs looooove making decisions. Mutualistic symbiosis!

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    Or the plans, Oh the agony of plans.

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    Or the plans, Oh the agony of plans.
    -tell me about it..
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    No, I don't want this thread to die. It gives me hope for both INFP's and ENFJ's finding happiness together like in the ENFP and INFJ thread. I mean, read the bonding in that thread and tell me it can't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13 View Post
    I'll bet it's because INFPs hate and/or suck at making decisions and ENxJs looooove making decisions. Mutualistic symbiosis!
    This statement holds up well if you're talking about business-related decisions.

    Anything is possible in a relationship, really, though I naturally shy away from women who present themselves as a whirlwind of action and emotion. Too much stuff being done and not enough grounding to reflect and learn from reflections. Imbalance. I'm imbalanced and sensitive enough as it is.

    Metaphorically speaking, say I'm inside the waterfall and can see an ENxJ. We can see each other and, by god, we want to talk. We can understand each other, but there's that Te/Ni or Fe/Ni barrier that seems to tint every word coming out. And though I can make out words from behind the crashing of the water, I have to go through extra work to overcome that tinted sound in their voices. Extra translation in my head. I need someone on my side of the waterfall, a person that is more than a silhouette.

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    the work is worth it, just keep telling yourself that.

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