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    Just say "Fuck You."
    Oh, its
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deja Vu View Post
    Just say Fuck You.
    Lol I even say that to people who ask for a hug....

    Seriously, this specific lack of backbone just makes me lose faith in human nature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    Lol I even say that to people who ask for a hug....

    Seriously, this specific lack of backbone just makes me lose faith in human nature.
    lol I always feel that way when I read these situations. I sometimes have issues with being aggressive but I don't let my feelings remain a mystery for long.
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    um I have huge personal space boundaries, to the point of my hubby (entp who is at times overly affectionate) cannot come into my sleeping space.....

    sorry he's an entp you're overly affectionate thought to be enfp..... hon he's an entp

    no enfp that I know would be so inconsiderate to make you feel uncomfortable they would in turn feel uncomfortable, sorry
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    Quote Originally Posted by targobelle View Post

    no enfp that I know would be so inconsiderate to make you feel uncomfortable they would in turn feel uncomfortable, sorry
    Almost every enfp that replied has said exactly that.
    There's another enfp commonality.
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    and also the more immature he is the more uncomfortable he would feel.... you cannot sum this up to an age thing
    ~t ...in need of hugs please...
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    when i was younger i had no concept of this at all.
    every normal man must be tempted, at times,
    to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag,
    and begin slitting throats.
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    I've found with the ENFPs I know that they are strangely uncomfortable with physical proximity (and I'm not a terribly touchy person and don't usually initiate contact unless I think we're pretty close and they'd be receptive) rather than being touchy feely. In a couple of cases I felt quite embarrassed for initiating what I thought was natural and very natural, appropriate, heterosexual, same sex, good friend contact and got a very awkward reception. Despite being warm and bubbly people, I think ENFPs have their own distinct sense of space and you have to really be in the inner circle for them to feel really comfortable with it.

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    I also used to find it harder to draw firm boundaries for other people, hoping that they would just pick up on the hints I gave them. Since then, I've realized that verbal and non-verbal behaviours need to match for a clear message to be transmitted. It is much more considerate and safer for yourself to give clear messages to others. You don't have to tell someone to F off, but it is only right if they are ignoring your boundaries to verbally redraw them and then take action if they do not respect that by moving, removing yourself, or taking a big step back in familiarity in the relationship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelia View Post
    I've found with the ENFPs I know that they are strangely uncomfortable with physical proximity (and I'm not a terribly touchy person and don't usually initiate contact unless I think we're pretty close and they'd be receptive) rather than being touchy feely. In a couple of cases I felt quite embarrassed for initiating what I thought was natural and very natural, appropriate, heterosexual, same sex, good friend contact and got a very awkward reception. Despite being warm and bubbly people, I think ENFPs have their own distinct sense of space and you have to really be in the inner circle for them to feel really comfortable with it.
    Even a girl I really liked broke the touch barrier too soon once and I drew back. We were walking and she wraped her arm around mine and I looked at her like "WTF?"
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