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    can we mess with their minds a bit first???






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    Uhh, yes, hi. I was, ehhh, wondering if you could provide me with some advice on the topic of, ehhh, how to be more - ehhh, how shall we say it, ehhh, "footloose and fancy free". In general. In life. I know one of you in real life who, ehhh, doesn't work a "real job". She just stays with a relative for 6 months, sleeps on the couch and does odd jobs around the house (babysitting, cleaning, cooking, etc.), then when she gets into an argument there, she'll go stay with a friend for 8 months and do similar things. She hops from place to place, even city to city sometimes, and there's no telling what she might be doing if you call her on a given day. Would this kind of lifestyle be stressful to most of you or is this better than the alternative 9-to-5 drudgery?

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    I don't like the idea of babysitting, cleaning etc. But I the idea of going from place to place, city to city is very appealing to me. In fact my husband and I have decided we don't particularly like "roots" and we are forming a plan to get more experiences and living back into our life.
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    What's the difference between a quieter high Fi ENFP and an INFP?

    I'm confused on how some ENFPs are just as withdrawn as introverts.. do they still feel ENFP, in some stereotypical way, even when they're like that? And how so?

    edit: Slimmed down my post.. Need to keep to the point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    What's the difference between a quieter high Fi ENFP and an INFP?

    I'm confused on how some ENFPs are just as withdrawn as introverts.. do they still feel ENFP, in some stereotypical way, even when they're like that? And how so?

    edit: Slimmed down my post.. Need to keep to the point.
    I'm not entirely sure on this but to hazard a guess i'd say that enfp's are more emotionally extroverted as opposed to just full blown extroverted. The infp's i come across tend to be more introverted with emotion (although of course they still feel ). I can be very extroverted socially but i can also take a back step and i prefer for others have the limelight, esp when i find someone interesting to have a 1-2-1 conversation with.
    I guess it boils down to who you are individually though. I know an INFP that was quite boderline and believed herself to be ENFP for a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    What's the difference between a quieter high Fi ENFP and an INFP?

    I'm confused on how some ENFPs are just as withdrawn as introverts.. do they still feel ENFP, in some stereotypical way, even when they're like that? And how so?

    edit: Slimmed down my post.. Need to keep to the point.
    I believe the difference is in the fact that Ne still bails them out of trouble. At least..that's how I decided to go for ENFP instead of INFP. When asked how I get myself out of a tough spot, I won't use what I believe is right as an INFP would to stay the course or re-assess the situation, I check out my options and have Ne pull a rabbit out of a hat so to speak. I also love others through Fi. I use Fi to connect to others, to reach out to them, whereas INFPs would use Ne for that.
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    What is your most secret secret?
    And when do you use Te? I must suck at being ENFP because I don't think I use it.

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