So I have heard that ENFJs are the "pedagogues" of the world, meaning that they are particularly good teachers and/or are good at relating to people.
I have also heard of the "pedagogue relationship," which is the relationship a person of a particular MBTI type has with the type that only shares their perceiving type. As I'm sure you realize, ENFJs and INTPs have this relationship, which is often seen as the ideal-mate relationship as well.
I am posting this despite the disproportionate amount of both types in this forum, which could affect the responses. After all, when has that ever stopped anyone? (Answer: we don't know, because it did)
Here are my questions:
Does this make for a different pedagogical relationship because of the sheer inclination of ENFJs to act the teacher already? Do INTPs and ENFJs have a different connection, then, say, ESTJs and ISFPs? Is the fact that the word pedagogue has been used to describe ENFJs merely coincidental, with no impact on the ENFJ/INTP dynamic?
Hit me up with some answers.