Ahh, but you might be surprised. I was quite happy to meet my friend Isaac when I found that he was also an ENFP, but found out quite shortly afterwards that he was an annoyingly emotional person that I had no patience for... so I must wonder, does this mean I haven't any patience for myself?
I guess I should check up on the percentages, perhaps he just much more feeling than I.
I'd say check up on your perceptions of what constitutes being overly emotional--there's a good chance they're tailored to preserving a "NOT overly emotional!" image of yourself.
If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?
I gave up on trying to get anyone thinking I am or am not emotional a long time ago, probably around the time my mother told me I was a drama-queen and I decided to quit trying to not be emotional... she seems to think I'm quite normal now, haha.
I tend to lead my INTJ friends but follow behind my INTP friends, although I don't know about INTP women as there don't seem to be many of those in my area. But my best friend is a female INTJ and one of our close friend is a male.
This is not to say that I can't get along with other types, just that it takes more work on both of our parts to agree or get along.
"If A is a success in life then X+Y+Z=A. X is work, Y is play and Z is keeping your mouth shut." -Albert Einstein
I don't know any ENFPs either, but honestly, I couldn't see myself becoming really good friends with someone who is similar to me. I think we would get on each others nerves a lot and never be able to decide what to do and get "weird" vibes from each other. My closest friends are INTJ, INFJ, ISTP, ENFJ. The people that seem to bother me the most are really loud, in your face kind of people that don't realize they're being extremely annoying and always want to tell you that you're wrong and argue with you. I'm going to guess those are usually ESTx types? I don't know.
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I've known quite a lot of fellow ENFPs, and I've generally liked them all. But one thing I've noticed is that we're all quite different. I would guess it boils down to the fact that this Jungian stuff is really about temperaments, not personalities. We're all unique.