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    Thanks so much! It's nice to "meet" a group of us because I only know of two other ENFPs - one's my best friend but she's quite quirky and often takes a powder (like I do, LOL). The other I dated but that was eventually VERY annoying. He totally took me for granted! Beat me to the punch!
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    Ooh, dating another ENFP would be interesting, to say the least! :horor:



    On another, random note - I am beginning to notice that a lot of ENFPs seem to be unsure of their E/I... I noticed a couple others on another thread - one changed their type to xNFP and the other mentioned the borderlineness.

    So maybe it's not so unusual.
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    Hiya. Horror is an understatement! Egad, sharing the limelight when I wanted it? Huh? No way!

    As for the I/E, I see what you mean. Maybe it has to do with our need to recharge after particularly intensive people sessions? I know, for me, I used to be way, way, way on the E side of things and almost could not stay alone. After spending 3 years in a rather boring area with no social life, though, things balanced out more nicely. Now, I can entertain myself quite well but will never sit for very long doing nothing - except maybe meditating, which I've taken up recently so that's been good.

    I am definitely still an ENFP but it's strange since I don't socialize too much these days but when I do, it's like crazy, happy girl has arrived - as long as I like the company, mind you. Otherwise, I act like an introvert and especially in new situations because I must gauge the players and put them in their corresponding boxes, LOL. Once I've figured everyone out, I come out and let the light shine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CestMoi View Post
    As for the I/E, I see what you mean. Maybe it has to do with our need to recharge after particularly intensive people sessions? I know, for me, I used to be way, way, way on the E side of things and almost could not stay alone. After spending 3 years in a rather boring area with no social life, though, things balanced out more nicely. Now, I can entertain myself quite well but will never sit for very long doing nothing - except maybe meditating, which I've taken up recently so that's been good.

    I am definitely still an ENFP but it's strange since I don't socialize too much these days but when I do, it's like crazy, happy girl has arrived - as long as I like the company, mind you. Otherwise, I act like an introvert and especially in new situations because I must gauge the players and put them in their corresponding boxes, LOL. Once I've figured everyone out, I come out and let the light shine.
    That's interesting! Especially how circumstance can totally change the way you deal with things.

    I am kinda the opposite: I was really more an introverted teenager, always absorbed in books or something. My memories of high school are kinda foggy, even.

    But in the last couple of years I've really sort of discovered I am, in fact, an extravert. Funny about that. :P I'm still very good at occupying myself when I'm alone - and yah, even though I don't get out as much as I should, I'm never doing nothing, even at home. Usually I'm doing two or three things at once.

    But yah, my socialising style seems to be much like what you described: quiet but friendly at first, and once I'm warmed up to people, quite random and zany.
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    Judging (5%) ---- Perceiving (95%)

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    you have to realize that the enfp is the shyest of all E types therefore seeming to appear introverted but I think it's more of a slow to warm up sort of thing.
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    Yah, that sounds pretty accurate.

    Just makes my own confusion with my type make a lot more sense.

    Even though I know that INFPs and ENFPs are two very different creatures, (my brother is an INFP!) I still doubt my type from time to time. ^^

    But I'm an ENFP. I am.
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    I totally agree on the slow warm up thing, targo. Could cause confusion for some but no doubt in my mind that I am what I am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CestMoi View Post
    I am definitely still an ENFP but it's strange since I don't socialize too much these days but when I do, it's like crazy, happy girl has arrived - as long as I like the company, mind you. Otherwise, I act like an introvert and especially in new situations because I must gauge the players and put them in their corresponding boxes, LOL. Once I've figured everyone out, I come out and let the light shine.
    This is exactly how I am. I started college this year, and in every Myers Briggs discussion I've had with people since I got here they've said that I seemed very much like an I to them at first. It always takes me a little while in a new situation to let my E shine through.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CestMoi View Post
    Hi, all. I just wanted to stop in and say "hello". I'm a long-time ENFP - sounds funny saying that but this thread was quite an interesting read. I'm mature but not always mature, if you know what I mean so I'm still working on managing the less positive aspects of my personality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by targo View Post
    you have to realize that the enfp is the shyest of all E types therefore seeming to appear introverted but I think it's more of a slow to warm up sort of thing.
    It totally depends on situation for me. Sometimes I'm the most E of E's and sometimes I'm almost shy. I'm also slow to warm up. I mean I usually like most people I meet but I really don't let anybody to see me. I protect myself very much for some reason. So on one hand I'm the most open people on earth and on the other hand, I'm the most secretive of people.

    ...I'm a strange person. + ENFP.

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    I've never (knowingly) met another ENFP in real life, but being and knowing me + research + encountering other ENFPs on this forum, has confidently led me to believe, that ENFPs = Human Fucking Awesomeness^10

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