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    I've noticed immature NFPs to be unreliable too, but if I say I will do something then I will do it.

    I can't say the same thing that everyone is in here, because I love all N's .
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    my good friend and roommate is an enfj!

    we bump heads a lot, but we must get along more often than not, right?
    What's up universe?

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    Sometimes it is the reverse for me. I feel the need to help lighten up NFP's because I'm pretty good at picking up on when they are mad or annoyed about something (even when they deny it). It's sort of back and forth. They help me to lighten up on some things and vice versa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WieldingTheSword View Post
    I recently had this revelation that I ADORE being around INFP's and ENFP's (and probably ESFP's as well, to some degree) because I have found they enable me to truly relax more than any other type. I feel able to be less concerned about deadlines and achieving and the like and just able to be spontaneous and enjoy what will happen. NFP's seem to be so free and spirited, and being around them makes me feel that way, too. They seem so much more carefree than us NFJ's. What do you guys think? Do you have any similar experiences here?
    NFPs make me more tense and threatened, if anything. Otherwise I get along with them as well as any other type.

    Surprisingly, SFPs enable me to relax and lighten up quite a bit, though NTJs (especially INTJs) actually seem to do this even better.

    I'd say NTJs and SFPs lighten me up, NFPs stress me out and make me more guarded, and other types tend to break even. For some reason, I tend to like NPs at first, then come to dislike them over time.

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    Why is that Athenian?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    NFPs make me more tense and threatened, if anything. Otherwise I get along with them as well as any other type.

    Surprisingly, SFPs enable me to relax and lighten up quite a bit, though NTJs (especially INTJs) actually seem to do this even better.

    I'd say NTJs and SFPs lighten me up, NFPs stress me out and make me more guarded, and other types tend to break even. For some reason, I tend to like NPs at first, then come to dislike them over time.
    This describes me well. I still like NFP's a lot and they are cool but at the same time, they can be very stressful. Ironically, I have a very good friend for an ISFP and I get along with ENTJ's really well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Why is that Athenian?
    I apologize if I'm intruding. To me, many INFP's can be intensely moody and I start to confuse their emotions for mine. I can pinpoint when they get angry and vice versa. I'm very good at reading INFPs so it becomes a toxic connection for both parties. I could tell whenever my INFP teachers were the least bit agitated even if no one else could. This became pretty weird after awhile. Note: most INFPs I've met are wonderful people and make good friends but they tend to make me more stressed than relaxed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Why is that Athenian?
    They make me feel like I'm being judged in a way I don't understand for something I can't help. The problem is that they expect me to be able to help it easily, so easily that they don't even think it's worth mentioning. They're open-minded about things I'm afraid of, and rigid about things I don't even perceive structure in. Worst of all, they act as if it's my fault and my problem if I don't see what they see.

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    I was thinking how I might have been a bit harsh on the INFPs so here goes how I might drive INFPs nuts. I overanalyze things, go into way too much depth, and up for a deep philosophical conversation at pretty much any hour, haha. So moodiness vs. overanalyzing. What a winner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IDK123 View Post
    I was thinking how I might have been a bit harsh on the INFPs so here goes how I might drive INFPs nuts. I overanalyze things, go into way too much depth, and up for a deep philosophical conversation at pretty much any hour, haha. So moodiness vs. overanalyzing. What a winner!
    I don't think overanalysing and going philosophical will worry an INFP somehow.
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