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    Default What can an INFP (me) do to attract an ENFP (him)?

    He's so flirty, but then again he's like that with everyone... what can a poor old INFP do?

    And does INFP/ENFP work out, or is it too fraught with problems?

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    If I wanted that advice, I'd have posted this on Yahoo Answers

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    Quote Originally Posted by grapesoda View Post
    If I wanted that advice, I'd have posted this on Yahoo Answers
    Yeah.. I am sorry. I have no real advice to give you at this time.. But, I was feeling kinda playful..
    Forgive me?

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    Of course! I was only teasing!

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    Just think about his functions.

    He's Ne dom so he's got a curious and investigative mind that thrives on novelty and new experiences.

    (Be a spontaneous and mysterious challenge)
    With dreamers, pure and simple, the imagination remains a vaguely sketched inner affair. It is not embodied in any aesthetic or practical invention. Reverie is the equivalent of weak desires. Dreamers are the aboulics of the creative imagination.

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    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.

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    No, it's not unfortunately. I've just always loved Greek and Roman literature and this one name did something for me I guess.

    I think that if you have a mature and very warm ENFP, having your own life purpose is probably the most seductive thing you can do. ENFPs are total cheerleaders and just thrive off of that focus and dreamy ambition. I believe they're called The Advocates for this reason. They live to push and motivate others. I don't know of anything else that could hold their attention for very long (damn Ne!).

    Just open up to him
    With dreamers, pure and simple, the imagination remains a vaguely sketched inner affair. It is not embodied in any aesthetic or practical invention. Reverie is the equivalent of weak desires. Dreamers are the aboulics of the creative imagination.

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    Well then, that's cool! I work hard (probably too hard), and have my own ambitions, for sure, independent of anyone else. And also my own self-contained inner world, of course. Though I'm not sure if that's a bad or good thing.

    I'll try

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    being very genuine, and very sweet i think are two of the most wonderful qualities you can find in anyone
    i also know i personally really appreciate people i can talk to about my interests,say music, movies etc.
    i think humour is also really important

    im not sure how much these are things i look for as opposed to all male ENFPS but its worth a shot haha

    i hope everything works out!

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