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    try playing with him, perhaps tickling? ENFPs are full of warm fuzzies that they are constantly testing people with in low doses. what they really want is someone to respond back the same way and be warm and fuzzy too

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    Quote Originally Posted by grapesoda View Post
    I'm not quite sure how to do that, to be quite honest. Spontaneity is hard for me - or at least hard for me to actually display - since I'm so shy.

    It's also hard to be mysterious. Usually this is not difficult for me, but because we always talk at length, he manages to get a lot out of me in those conversations (though mostly, I'm just listening to him, which I kind of like).

    I also am quite eager to please, especially with people I like, so I'm probably not being as challenging as I should ideally be.

    By the way is Thessaly actually your name? It's one of my favorite names ever.
    not necessarily true. ENFPs tend to be pretty direct. if you just tell him that you have feelings for him, he's likely respond well if he likes you too.

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    Honestly, just be yourself. I think you have a good combo of letters. I know a couple who is the exact same letters. She's a crazy lady, always off starting major projects, doing exciting things. He is quiet, likes doing activities by himself. But they are great together. They would never survive if they both were ENFP's. Who would keep track of the finances and the schedule.

    So you don't have to be exciting. He will be attracted to your calmness.

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    i was in a great relationship with an INFP. it was a summer fling kinda thing, didn't last, but very pleasant.

    from my perspective the only problem i had with our relationship was that i tend to mold to match whoever i'm with, and he didn't really push me much, if that makes sense. to grow, i mean. which was why i was happy to let it glide by as a summer thing, instead of hanging on to it. perhaps he felt the same way.

    but yeah, i'm for be yourself. your self will come to light in a relationship sooner or later anyway, might as well be sooner

    PS ENFPs like selves

    PPS ENFPs also like if you will go on adventures with them
    (we could use a calmer partner on our wild rides)

    like, you don't have to be crazy, we've got that covered, but it's nice if you like our crazy.

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    Your answers are all great! And very reassuring...

    But I think I've just figured out that this guy is an ENTP

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    WEAR GOLD CHAINS

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    no worries. same basic strategy. be yourself and entertain the crazy.

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    An ENFP may be seen as flirty, but, as you said, they're like that with everyone. One thing you could do is point out to him that you are special, because he might not even think you're interested.

    If you really want to get his attention, let your classic INFP shine and give him a note. That at least will let him know you're there. Just become his friend, and even if it doesn't lead to romance, anything with an ENFP will be worth your time.

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    Well, we are warm fuzzies indeed. I like to feel wanted? But what I really love is feeling like I was genuinely able to help someone. I confess, I've been baited by some girls who appeared to be "damsels in distress", because I was VERY eager to help them and they would always tell me how helpful I was and it just made me beam.

    But mostly, we are kind of proud bunchs and we won't really say that we need you around. We just make you feel that we want you around, because I hate to admit that I want attention. But be alert, because if they like you, they might, just might admit small defeats to you! That's a HUGE thing (and we expect you to recognize it).

    We take a lot of time to know those who we are really fond of.

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