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    *signed*but your hahaahah was pretty rude xD
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    I don't have much time to read through every single reply in this thread so far so I'll just state my own experiences with my ENFP.

    I have known my ENFP boyfriend for six years and we've dated for four. In the beginning, he had much trouble admitting that he loved me in great fear of rejection. (It took him years.) In the beginning it was very much puppy love. We were only 12-14 and are both idealists so we had many dreams/goals for the future and left barely any room for reality. As the relationship grew and as we grew, he began to develop a curiosity for other girls. This began his "grass is always greener on the other side syndrome". He left me for a girl who took a liking to him almost immediately. They jumped into a relationship together while knowing nothing past skin deep about each other. He realized he wasn't connecting with this girl and that it was a mistake to have left me, but had MUCH trouble leaving this girl in fear of hurting her and disappointing her. He does not like disappointment and cannot stand when someone is disappointed in him. This has happened three times to our relationship.

    He is very much a people person and always has his eye out for the genuine. He loves making people laugh, and admittedly he is very charming. Many a times has he had female friends "fall in love" with him. Sometimes he gives them a "sorry, the feeling is not mutual" and sometimes he'll give into it for his need of attention/need for something new.

    He's presently trying to conquer his fear of being alone so he does not have to depend on anyone for happiness. He cannot bear to be alone and is not very comfortable with his self. I'm not sure if this is an ENFP trait, but this and his ADHD is a major problem in his life.

    Being with him while he has these problems is rough, but we hang in there and I know he is trying. We're both learning that we must be more realistic. We both are also very lazy and procrastinate to no end. Certainly, we have things we must fix. We connect on an amazing level, however, and I really enjoy when things are going great with us. He is understanding, though sometimes he can be blinded by anger.

    I've probably said a little too much. I'm not really comfortable giving out so much information, but if it helps to understand ENFP's a little more, I'll answer any questions.
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    Are your certain it is YOUR eNFp ? xD
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Are your certain it is YOUR eNFp ? xD
    xD Quite certain at the moment! Though sometimes that is a good question.

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    just be there for him, when the world moves faster than he can perceive and show him how many things are out there in this flawed imperfect world. And he will be forever yours
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    just be there for him, when the world moves faster than he can perceive and show him how many things are out there in this flawed imperfect world. And he will be forever yours
    Thank you, I'll try my best.

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    im going to resurect an old thread...



    i actually find thats it more likely to make us friend material.

    i get a lot of, "ya he's really fun and crazy....but like i dont feel like he's bf material....it would be like dating a child...fun, but id still have to 'take care of him' "

    no ones ever said that word for word, ....but paraphrased its pretty close.

    like today...i was completely caught being stupid. and she likes me enough to not mind basically carrying me through the moment. her life would be easier without me...but im guessing not as funny. but theres a differnce between willing to carry me through my own stupidity and actaully LOVING me. even when im being funny, i can just sense that sometimes being incapable of regular J stuff isnt all that RELATIONSHIP attractive to girls...

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    Hmm....

    I tend to fall in love rather quickly, too, when I fall in love. And, yes, people tend to "fall in love" with me rather quickly, too - even stodgy, tough types. I do not think this is falling in love, but I think it is rather a fascination - an inherent desire to be what one isn't. Perhaps?

    Since I exhibit a warmness around me most of the time, people feel comfortable. They tell me things, personal things, things they have never told anyone before (IRL, I mean). I am also silly and crazy and unconventional - what most would call "weird." Being an extrovert in a society that favors introverts is always fun!!!! I think we have about as many problems as introverts in America, for other reasons.

    Anyway, Ne is kicking in and I am getting off track. I have not had that many relationships - only about four. Each time, the people fell for me almost immediately. However, it was not through any active soliciting on my part. I guess you could say it just "happened." Normally, I act through intuition and feeling, not through any conscious effort to GET someone. Actually, when I met my husband, dating and meeting someone was the farthest thing from my mind, which is probably the reason why it worked so well. Both parties can be natural.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nameless View Post
    I know what you mean about F's feeling like they aren't loved by you. I had a professor that I really respected who was an INTJ and it bugged me because I didn't think he liked me or my work all that much when I had a ton of interaction with him, loved his class, and put a lot of effort into it. I eventually had to learn how to adjust my "affirmation scale" to pick up on the signals he was sending and realize that he did, in fact, think highly of me (done mostly by comparing his interactions with me to those with some of my peers). So, just like you are learning expression via actions, I am learning to accept that not everyone is as outwardly demonstrative with their expression and to pick up on that.
    I'm glad you get it. I just recently learned some of the people I talk to on a regular basis at school, actually thought I didn't like them, due to lack of demonstration. It really blew my mind. I assumed just talking to them would show I had interest in them and what they're doing.

    Anyway, I like ENFPs very much. They actually understand what I have say.

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    I think ENFPs and ENTPs are the most eccentric of all types, where INTJ and INFJ come in second. Eccentricity and Idiosyncrasy are written all over Ne.

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