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    Quote Originally Posted by arcticangel02 View Post
    Well, I tend to jump right in and offer a general solution before expanding from that.

    Perhaps you should re-look into your type?

    I don't know about that. I know that interaction styles and function-attitudes and real life back my assertion, but hey, maybe I'm missing something.

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    ENFPs have really nice highs and amazing lows. They're more inclined to express it, rather than INFJs that feel like they should keep it to themselves. Another thing, is that ENFPs are reallyoptimistic people. Where as I am really not, but that could just be me. ENFPs like helping out, and you can see that they are truly interested in the cause. You can also see them being really friendly/excited/social around people they don't know, and this something INFJs keep for their select few.

    Again this is off, my INFJ-ness so...
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    I would say that ENFP's talk much more than INFJ's in real life and the conversation is not seemingly linear or logical (in T-way).

    So ENFP's start from one thing, jump to another subject, jump to another subject, jump to another subject and at the end notice that the conversation has ended up somewhere totally different. At the end it is difficult to say how the conversation got there where it ended. Even the ENFP might be puzzled her/himself.

    I have experienced this repeatedly during last 30+ years.

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    I prefer ENFP. They are fun to be with, and there are lots of similarities between ENFP and my type, INFP. Besides, why don't I choose INFJ for sure? Well, I have to say that they are too bold and yet, too strict. One of my friend in another forum is INFJ, and I've been on a 'fight' with her. That means INFJ and INFP aren't too good for a relationship

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuraKoji View Post
    I prefer ENFP. They are fun to be with, and there are lots of similarities between ENFP and my type, INFP. Besides, why don't I choose INFJ for sure? Well, I have to say that they are too bold and yet, too strict. One of my friend in another forum is INFJ, and I've been on a 'fight' with her. That means INFJ and INFP aren't too good for a relationship

    that does not mean that INFJ's and INFP's are incompatible

    it means that you got into a fight with someone on the internet
    please do not chalk it up to 4 letters

    and......the two terms " strict " and " bold " are similar to each other
    " yet " connects two or more contradictory things
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