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    Default ENFPs. Not easily impressed?

    I know definitely one, possibly two ENFPs. They seem to be impressed (at times) by some abstraction of a person or moment; but not by A PARTICULAR person themselves, just a part of them in a specific moment.

    Anyone else get that feeling?

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    How can you be consistently impressed with anyone? It's great to have grounded opinions of others.

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    Easy... it's called to admire or respect another, to have faith and trust in their decisions and ideas.

    The ENFPs i know don't seem to trust anyone else's opinions consistently... They seem to doubt much others ideas.

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    Yeah, very interesting.

    I am rarely, if ever, starstruck by someone.

    I find aspects to people impressive, but am rarely "Impressed" by a person, it's just not in my nature to glorify people, minus Shakespeare, and a couple of others.
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    I can think of one person I have always been impressed by, and I am his daughter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhurts View Post
    Easy... it's called to admire or respect another, to have faith and trust in their decisions and ideas.

    The ENFPs i know don't seem to trust anyone else's opinions consistently... They seem to doubt much others ideas.
    This is an entirely different matter than that of being impressed, no?
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    I doubt those people I do not trust, however I do not doubt those I do, period.
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    Quote Originally Posted by headhurts View Post
    I know definitely one, possibly two ENFPs. They seem to be impressed (at times) by some abstraction of a person or moment; but not by A PARTICULAR person themselves, just a part of them in a specific moment.

    Anyone else get that feeling?
    i am sort of having trouble figure out what you're asking/saying, but we are idealists, and that part of that person in that particular moment was probably perfect, whereas no person as a whole is perfect.

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    This doubt i'm talking about is a doubt of ideas, not of intentions.

    For example, they'll trust me enough to talk about their worries, and they'll count on me to there, but they won't follow anyones advice consistently.

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    Why would you follow anyone's advice consistently? One must have a mind of one's own.

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