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    my best friend is ISTJ. It's practically a lifetime friendship, since we were little.
    We always argue and stuff we talk about everything, it's like he sees half of the picture, and I see the other half.

    We analize everything.

    I think ENFP/ISTJ is a great match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guesswho View Post
    my best friend is ISTJ. It's practically a lifetime friendship, since we were little.
    We always argue and stuff we talk about everything, it's like he sees half of the picture, and I see the other half.

    We analize everything.

    I think ENFP/ISTJ is a great match.
    You're out of your mind.

    I have good friends that are ISTJ. My dad, who is a great dad, is an ISTJ.
    But no ISTJ understands me at a deeper level like an N(F) can. Plus they are boring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    You're out of your mind.

    I have good friends that are ISTJ. My dad, who is a great dad, is an ISTJ.
    But no ISTJ understands me at a deeper level like an N(F) can. Plus they are boring.
    i actually agree with this.

    My mom is ISTJ and my sister is ISTJ, so I live with 2 ISTJs. It's a nightmare and they dont understand me AT ALL. My mom always thought I am defected because I am not like her. She will never understand that THIS could be also normal. We never had conversation about our feelings even when my dad died she almost didnt have any reaction (stable ISTJs heh)...
    I also have ISTJ friend who doesnt really understand me at all but she appreciated me because I was fun to her. But she doesnt understand my need for deeper friendship, for ex.

    And all that doesnt mean it cant work, it depends on person's individual needs. Not ALL ENFPs have needs for very N-stimulating enviorment and partner etc., but more often it wouldnt work

    though following MBTI to literally when picking partner is really bad thing - i recently had nightmarish thing with INTJ, and according to all we should be good match. Now I'm picking by heart. I think ENFP,ESFP or ENFJ would be the best match to me, and I had best chemistry and expirience with those.

    i am really ucrious whats inside of this Opposites : when ENFP & ISTJ ... - Google Knjige

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chloee View Post
    And all that doesnt mean it cant work, it depends on person's individual needs. Not ALL ENFPs have needs for very N-stimulating enviorment and partner etc.
    Yet communication will always be the most important thing as time goes by.

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    i don't like conforming or accept compromises, but
    i have willingly accepted constraints. it's how we
    grow and learn and challenge ourselves to be at
    our best.

    i was with an intj for 7 years, istj for 5 years.
    i think the coolest thing i probably learned
    from them was there are other forms of
    communication than verbally yapping away.

    vivacity, passion, are great attributes. but there's
    just soooooo many other ways to exert them also.
    i have come to appreciate comfortable silences.
    immensely. therein lies some wonderful sense
    of security. peace. a mental xanax if you will.

    i dig it.

    is not so much about the other person accepting
    who you are, but if -you- have have already accepted
    yourself.
    every normal man must be tempted, at times,
    to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag,
    and begin slitting throats.
    h.l. mencken

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    ^

    I can tell you something...

    In some instances I wish I'd talk less. But I know why I do it. I either have my natural "don't give a shit what other people think" tint...or when I do care what one particular person or group thinks....instead of adapting my communication style or changing my ways....I'll act the way I normally do, but, I will start explaining why I do the thing as I do.

    This is something I hate about myself, but the pain of being misunderstood by the rare people whose opinion I do care about is too great. I think I end up alienating them a bit because I suck at communication. I tend use exaggeration to get my points across and it always ends up in a big mess...

    It's one of the few problems I'm very aware of in myself, and I still haven't found the solution for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    You're out of your mind.

    I have good friends that are ISTJ. My dad, who is a great dad, is an ISTJ.
    But no ISTJ understands me at a deeper level like an N(F) can. Plus they are boring.
    As I said. We analize everything I will never get bored of analizing stuff. I don't expect him to understand me. He is still a good friend even if he doesn't understand me and I will always appreciate him. He was there when I needed him, he helped me, he listened me when I was depressed...he did his best to be a great friend. The so called 'model citizens'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guesswho View Post
    As I said. We analize everything I will never get bored of analizing stuff. I don't expect him to understand me. He is still a good friend even if he doesn't understand me and I will always appreciate him. He was there when I needed him, he helped me, he listened me when I was depressed...he did his best to be a great friend. The so called 'model citizens'.
    Sure, I just think romantically ENFP/ISTJ are far from being a great match.

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    Oh ..didn't read.. I was talking about a friend : )))))))

    I wouldn't like my girlfriend to be like that lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoyOfTraveling View Post
    Is there anyone out there who can handle an ENFP's constant barge of communication??
    Other F types.

    Besides, I can't imagine that ENFPs communicate more than ESFPs or even ESFJs. I don't. Then again, I'm a more introverted ENFP, but still. We aren't supposed to even be extreme extroverts in any case.

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