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    Default Healthy, Happy, ENFJs!

    Can anybody think of an example of a healthy, happy ENFJ in your lives?
    Love is the point.

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    I'm the closest thing to a happy healthy ENFJ, but I am the only ENFJ I know

    I have met 2 other enfjs...one was a train wreck, the other was OK.
    "Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind. " - Dr. Seuss
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    mentally or physically?
    my etsy Morphochroma

    I know you think I'm crazy,
    but most people they can't tell.

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    mentally....not bound to happen
    we are bound to have a darkside
    but a healthy relationship with it....*raises hand*
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    I don't see our "darkside" as "unhealthy". An ESTP friend recently pointed out that the ENFJ "evil-laugh" is universal among our group. We are mischevious! There's nothing wrong with that if channeled correctly. Like in an air-soft war. Muhuhahahaha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzcrossed View Post
    I don't see our "darkside" as "unhealthy". An ESTP friend recently pointed out that the ENFJ "evil-laugh" is universal among our group. We are mischevious! There's nothing wrong with that if channeled correctly. Like in an air-soft war. Muhuhahahaha!
    True. I was told over the phone that my voice has a smirk in it.
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    One of my bestest friends in the world is a healthy ENFJ. Goes to school with me; triple majoring in music, spanish and psychology. Wants to be a therapist (i think) once he graduates. Very nurturing, but never overbearing - just a sweet, silly guy who's always there for you.
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    I'm having a crush on a healthy ENFJ girl. She's happy with herself, very self-conscious, enjoys having a lot of responsibilities. She makes sure that the people who affirm her persona and her goals have an important role in her life, while keeping people like me, who understand that she's not only her persona, at a distance. But ooh, I love her! She loves being around people, even if she knows they're unhappy, then she feels sorry, but at the core she doesn't really care, she says. But her presence is so delightful. I'm so jealous of her, and at the same time not..

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    I know an older ENFJ man and he seems very balanced & happy. He's still idealistic, but I don't see any paralysis from it, or the same depression/insecurity I see in other ENFJs I know. He manages to introspect without brooding too much, and he acts on his idealism.

    The other ENFJs I know are not "unhealthy", but they seem to get depressed more. You have to know them to know this - they project a more confident exterior.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    I know a jesus christ superstar kind of ENFJ who appears to be one of the most properly functioning men I've ever met. We're only acquaintances though so what do I know.

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