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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post

    How often do you late to your appointments if it is not something very important ? (as NFs)
    I'm almost always exactly on time or a little early. Historically, I was always an early arriver to things. In recent years I'm sometimes a few minutes late (*gasp* lol), but yeah, usually right on time.

    It's enough of a trend that my good friends comment on it/tease me about it.

    Here's the thing: The reason I'm always exactly on time is because if I'm running late, I'll totally speed through traffic so as to time it about perfectly. If I'm too early, I'll take my time driving there and still get there right on time.

    Yeah... I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post

    Here's the thing: The reason I'm always exactly on time is because if I'm running late, I'll totally speed through traffic so as to time it about perfectly. If I'm too early, I'll take my time driving there and still get there right on time.
    ^ I do the same thing.

    It actually makes me really happy to be 'exactly' on time. If I'm not right on time then I'm a bit early. I know I have been late before, but not too often.
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    If you don't mind I will open the Pandora's box.

    What are some of the reasons why ENFPs turn to introversion at some point in life ?

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    do you mean why would an enfp behave like or become an introvert? or do you mean why would one become a loner or antisocial? what exactly do ya mean?

    but...and i don't know if this applies to what you're asking but i'd rather be alone then in company where i didn't feel a connection or understood.

    if i have exhausted all of my effort trying to form a connection on some level with someone and it just never happens. i will no longer want to be around them for any length of time...so if i were surrounded with people like that. i'd choose to be alone.

    wouldn't make me an introvert though. it would just make me an extravert without any close friends...and i'd likely be super depressed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Ni+Te and Ni+Fe are usually two very different things. However the real problem is how do you determine which one is stronger ? Ni or Fe ?
    Especially if you are somewhere with a NFJ it is quite likely that the person will automaticly use more Fe. No to mention that function order often does not work that well in the real world.

    In my opinion the best way to determine NFP vs NFJ is by searching for chart the course attitude . However Fe my determine that this would be a rude thing to do, so ...........
    On the other hand ENFPs are N dom. So sometimes they can show some Ni as well.



    There is simply very large number of things that can go wrong when you try to type a NF. (unless you know the person well for years)
    The thing is that entire N thing is a little bit blury so when you add subjective judgment(F) in the mix the typing problems are likely to occure.
    You can usually tell the difference between an INFJ and an ENFJ... the INFJs are the ones talking to 1 or 2 people witholding a lot of info about themselves and are probably caked in mystery since no one will know all that much about them. The ENFJ... the ENFJ can be spotted a mile away, theyre so in your face, not in a bad way unless theyre fixing you heh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lux View Post
    ^ I do the same thing.

    It actually makes me really happy to be 'exactly' on time. If I'm not right on time then I'm a bit early. I know I have been late before, but not too often.
    Same, I usually arrive on average 3 minutes before the time I tell people I am going to be there lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy View Post
    You can usually tell the difference between an INFJ and an ENFJ... the INFJs are the ones talking to 1 or 2 people witholding a lot of info about themselves and are probably caked in mystery since no one will know all that much about them. The ENFJ... the ENFJ can be spotted a mile away, theyre so in your face, not in a bad way unless theyre fixing you heh.
    We can be in people's faces but much of what you said about INFJs can be applied to ENFJs. We can talk our butts off but much of what we say is not very personal... we also hold a lot of info back.

    Maybe INFJs have a more subdued, calming presence while ENFJs seem to have more transparent, intense energy? The ENFJs I know can bore a hole into you w/ their stares because of their huge intensity. Fe+Ni stares are downright frightening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    do you mean why would an enfp behave like or become an introvert? or do you mean why would one become a loner or antisocial? what exactly do ya mean?

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    well i guess it would be due to not having any/or very few meaningful connections with people...perhaps due to their environment.

    or...by being too weird...somehow not learning how to relate to people in any sort of socially acceptable way....so in order to protect their sensitive lil egos they retreat... ??? not sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    Here's the thing: The reason I'm always exactly on time is because if I'm running late, I'll totally speed through traffic so as to time it about perfectly. If I'm too early, I'll take my time driving there and still get there right on time.

    Yeah... I know.

    This does not work at all when you don't leave your house until after you are already supposed to be somewhere.

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