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    Junior Member jamisloan's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unkindloving View Post
    Mm i think, to obtain the unobtainable. The rest are perks along/after the ride, but they like to go from nothing to something in someone's eyes. It's as though it shows them that they are truly unique enough to break through.
    A lot of people can desire that, but i'm under the impression it is on a whole other level for enfps.

    100% agreed.

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    Our general bubbly natural sugar-like personalities give a sugar-high.

    I dunno. We're just naturally sociable and people seemed to be drawn to us.
    Good news though, we're addicted to you guys too.
    "I do not have delusions of grandeur. I am grand!" - My Mother (An ENTP)

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    I ENFPs!
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    ayoitsStepho is becoming someone else. Actually her true self, a rite of passage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    I'm intrigued by introversion in others too, and I know what you mean about disliking your extroversion, like maybe you wish you could be more self-contained because you feel like you need other people? I know for me personally I'm embarrassed a lot that I talk too much which leads me to...



    Yeah we kind of lack boundaries, heh. I've been criticized for it, but I love other open people too.

    I don't think you're INFP FTR. I think ENFPs can get depressed or have self-loathing just like anyone else. People who say that being happy 24/7 is a characteristic of ENFP is probably naiive. I think there's also a difference between Enneagram 7 and Enneagram 4 ENFPs.
    You said it best. revolve could be an enfp but an enfp with enneagram 4. Basically looks like an infp to an enfp 7. I find the enfp with enneagram 7 seem to be happy a lot more than enfp with enneagram 4.

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