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    That's my name biotch! JoSunshine's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    I need a lot of alone time myself.
    I work by myself from home and I love it! Too many people for too long drives me
    "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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    i grew up with an enxj mother. it was hell on earth

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    You know your an ENFJ when you.....

    1. see someone feeling down and feel that it is your duty to help them out somehow.

    Mi eyes are like lasers that look everywhere for those people

    2. have a neat/organized desk and have tons of colorful photos & art posted in your cubical or office.

    Pretty much :]

    3. feel really sad when you see unfortunate people sleeping on the streets.

    Orly? Scares me sometimes, i believe some of them deserve it!

    4. get butt hurt & feel misunderstood when people dont get you.

    The other day my mom and i were talking about why i didn't go to some university information night for the last 3 years, but this year i went. I heard that much of the info could be looked up online. Srsly going more than once is a little too much huh? I said it was "useless" and then she says that because I'm "Aimless". I f'rking had a spasm and snapped back at her. Sometimes i wish people wouldn't let me down, y me

    5. alot of people tell you way to much information because they feel safe and comfortable around you.

    Not so much me, mayb. I'm not open to very much people since they all fail me. You could say some

    6. create elaborate excel spread sheets to plan for the future.

    EXACTLY, i plan intensely for the next 10-15 years in my head . Who hear can see themselves as seniors ?

    7. create pros and cons lists to help you make a better decision.

    Sure...

    8. try to diffuse drama in group settings by taking charge, making a huge effort to try and harmonize the group.

    I guess, don't know what kind of situation that would be. I tend to avoid those type of situations, or none happens at all

    9. put others needs ahead of your own.

    Don't know if this applies to all ENFJ''s. I haven't used all my energy to focus on people, i still use the quiet time to think of what's best of me

    10. sob like a baby when watching sad movies

    *Tears*, yes happened to me the first time i went on a plane. Sobbing like when my grandparents died

    11. feel really guilty when you feel the need to be mean to someone, so you always apologize or try to explain why and hope they understand where you were coming from.

    Nope, i think some people deserve to get kindness and some meanness(kahahah)

    12. are good at leading a group and motivating others.

    Ya, small group though

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    This topic is very fascinating to me! I felt so relieved when I realized I was an ENFJ in my late teens, and have been talking with people here who can identify with me.

    Yet each one of us has a different story and perspective we have developed. I wonder if I have a much stronger Ti than most. I am the strongly driven "Jesus Christ superstar" ENFJ. When I was 18 I decided I wanted to be one of those women featured in the "30 women under 30 yrs old" articles, and have pursued my career with a fire. More recently I have become more balanced, searching for quality, purpose, love, depth in other things that I realized are most meaningful to me. I am very passionate. I *have* to be somebody, to affect a culture, city, or people. Always questioning, and looking for the most effective method. Sometimes I intimidate people when I'm a group leader, I think.
    Are any of you this way?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sparrow View Post
    1. see someone feeling down and feel that it is your duty to help them out somehow.
    Yes and no. If it's someone close to me, that is my natural response. Very strongly; in fact I feel their emotions myself and am compelled to try to remedy it. It's been bad in the past, I've taken on emotions of people around me who were depressed when there was absolutely nothing I could or should do.

    BUT. I have learned more recently through growth that MANY times they need to be left alone. People (ie SOs, coworkers, etc) *need* you to give them the freedom to experience and work through their natural feelings. It's normal to feel upset sometimes, that's where they're supposed to be in that moment. Only applies sometimes of course.

    2. have a neat/organized desk and have tons of colorful photos & art posted in your cubical or office.
    YES! to the organization. My desk at home becomes a slight mess at home during the week and feel like I can't think until I clean it off. Not so much for colorful photos though. Flashy messy things aren't my style at all. I am creative through my wallpaper.

    3. feel really sad when you see unfortunate people sleeping on the streets.
    Nope. I have no sympathy for them. They make more than three times the money per hour than I do, and completely take advantage of society to fund their meth habits.
    4. get butt hurt & feel misunderstood when people dont get you.
    Well... it's become more a belief that I take for granted basically everybody doesn't understand me. All of my friends at school and work don't get me. And that's ok. Something I long for, and dream of but believe doesn't exist. Until an INTJ friend I met recently, who "gets" (!!) much of my deeper perspectives.

    5, 6, and 7.. yup in the right circumstances.

    8. try to diffuse drama in group settings by taking charge, making a huge effort to try and harmonize the group.
    Nope. Listening to people constantly complaining or talking about personal drama wears me out. I think it's stupid. There are so many more important things in life... with life, passion, *real* things that matter. I put on headphones and tune them out.

    9. put others needs ahead of your own.
    On a subconscious level. Constantly. Very difficult to learn to train yourself to listen, to be what you need, to allow yourself to want, to experience...
    10. sob like a baby when watching sad movies.
    Nope. Non-emotional in movies... never really emotional about relationships either. Until the guy I recently met, where it's a deeper intensity We are like romeo and juliet.

    12. are good at leading a group and motivating others.
    Um... I have been told by many I am a natural leader. But I get uncomfortable in that position. I have difficulty not overwhelming people things simple and common sense to me. Then I feel bad and ask them questions trying to listen... and if they're insecure it just exaserbates and they expect me to do all the work.
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    To push beyond their natural abilities and create a reality from their dreams.

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    More!

    You know you're an ENFJ..

    - If people say you're just like one of the Stepford Wives. lol

    - Teachers jokingly introduce you to the class by saying, "If you don't want to do any work join her team." lol wtf?

    - Employers, professors, and coworkers drifting through you life say you have potential and they want to keep up with you. They use your work as examples for future classes.

    - You genuinely love people. Those close to you. You freely give compliments when you truly believe them.

    - You strive to be the best and demand yourself to have the highest standard of everyone.

    - You are constantly searching for a better way, questioning, higher quality, the best of the best...

    - You take pieces of everything and the best of all... are a conglomerate personality. People laugh and say you are random.

    - You look at the stars, the milky way and dream of dancing in them. You get lost in music and want to become a part of the notes, to lose your being in a piece of the melody. You look at the world in wonderment, how everything works.. the clouds, the beauty...
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    Those who are content being normal lack the depth and passion to rise above mediocracy.
    To push beyond their natural abilities and create a reality from their dreams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nynesneg View Post
    More!



    - You look at the stars, the milky way and dream of dancing in them. You get lost in music and want to become a part of the notes, to lose your being in a piece of the melody. You look at the world in wonderment, how everything works.. the clouds, the beauty...
    I think this works even for an INFJ too. I can relate to this, especially about the music part!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nynesneg View Post
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    You know you're an ENFJ..

    - If people say you're just like one of the Stepford Wives. lol

    - Teachers jokingly introduce you to the class by saying, "If you don't want to do any work join her team." lol wtf?

    - Employers, professors, and coworkers drifting through you life say you have potential and they want to keep up with you. They use your work as examples for future classes.

    - You genuinely love people. Those close to you. You freely give compliments when you truly believe them.

    - You strive to be the best and demand yourself to have the highest standard of everyone.

    - You are constantly searching for a better way, questioning, higher quality, the best of the best...

    - You take pieces of everything and the best of all... are a conglomerate personality. People laugh and say you are random.

    - You look at the stars, the milky way and dream of dancing in them. You get lost in music and want to become a part of the notes, to lose your being in a piece of the melody. You look at the world in wonderment, how everything works.. the clouds, the beauty...
    I love this. I relate to everything. Teachers love to poke fun at me tooo. One used to say that he would throw me out the window. It was even funnier because I have a physical handicap and it's so non-PC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitseleh View Post
    I love this. I relate to everything. Teachers love to poke fun at me tooo. One used to say that he would throw me out the window. It was even funnier because I have a physical handicap and it's so non-PC.
    What do they say? humor me.

    My teachers say stuff like...

    (during class introductions at the beginning of the semester)
    "If you join [Nynesneg's] team she will do lots of work so you don't have to."
    "[Nynesneg] eats people for her job."
    "I once worked with this girl who was as belligerent [Nynesneg] is on a bad day."

    Yesterday my boss introduced me as.... "This is [Nynesneg]... ...I'm not sure if she ever sleeps, I think she gets like two hours a night."


    LOL!


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    I *am* an ENFJ whirlwind. lol...

    Presently taking 18 credit hrs, work 29 hrs a week. I'm involved in 4-5 organizations or committees, volunteering 5-10 hrs a week for two of them. I just had two pretty serious business proposals this week from people who want me to work with them. In my free time, I am madly enjoying seeing this incredible INTJ man, and training for a half marathon.


    Would love to hear about what you're doing.
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    One time, my teacher helped to scribe my final and did a running commentary whenever I said an answer (of course, that's nerve-racking). The last question was "What was one thing you learned in parenting skills?" I was trying to think of something nonchalant because he was poking fun at me the whole time so I said, "I don't want to be a parent." Him: Do you seriously want me to put that?" Me: yes. Him: OK, hot mama. That's your nickname from now on. Me: *already really nervous about the final* Him: uhhhhh.... that was a joke....because you said...that you didn't want to be a parent...." He avoided me for the rest of the day.

    There are others but that was the funniest. I am taking 16 credits and still adjusting to dorm life (I'm a junior transfer).

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    You know you're an ENFJ because:

    1. The key to the mad scientist arsenal is on YOUR keyring, but your shadow tut-tuts you about going in there without supervision. *grumble*

    2. You want to comfort the dog so she won't be embarassed about having an accident while cussing under your breath about cleaning it up.

    3. You smell purple. A lot.
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