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    know exactly what you mean about holding back on the playfulness such a shame but my life could be sooo much more fun if people didn't take things so seriously
    ... couldn't drag me away

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    THAT is TOO funny LOLOLOLOL
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    well i think people think i'm flirting when i beam at them...yes...i use that word because i've been told this haha...apparently...i'm very engaged and interested and smilie and tend to be complimentary...and i have to watch it....but that's not me flirting...although i do know how.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild horses View Post
    know exactly what you mean about holding back on the playfulness such a shame but my life could be sooo much more fun if people didn't take things so seriously
    This is why you have to find a gang of INXPs, EXTPs, and of course, EXFPs and just go for broke. Find and surround with people you can feel easy with and play with.

    Regardless of their type (kindred spirits and playmates are found throughout the spectrum), you can find those folks with your intuition and people skills fellow ENFP.
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    So after converseing with another ENFP we both realise that other people tend to "fall in love" with us very quickly. Not saying that its "true" love their feeling but rather they grow very attached and think they fall in love, not sure rather or not its real. So it makes casual dateing very difficult, hell to tell the truth I havent casually dated since I was in middle school and of course that doenst count lol. So what im wondering is if this is a common thing for ENFPs like us and if your not an ENFP what is it like dateing us.

    I know we are pretty much the cupid of personality types and relationships, especially intimate ones, are our biggest concern. But I didnt realise how powerful of relationship masters we can be, even with out conscious thought we make others "fall in love" with us.

    So all thoughts appreciated.
    Do any other ENFPs have problems with people "falling in love" with the IDEA of them, but not really them? Lately, it seems that guys REALLY love the exterior friendly happy me. All infautated and crap. And, I try to tell them that there is more to me, but they will not believe me... until they do. and by the point, I'm usually screwed over because I have found a way to idealize them so much that I am having my own sort of "falling in love" with the real them... as they are "falling out of love" with the real me...

    Which I guess I mean is what the original poster was saying... so basically, I'm being redundant... heh.
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    Have been reading this thread with growing amusement at how applicable most of these traits are to me! (I'm new here - so it's all very exciting )

    Eg - people falling in 'infatuation' with me super-quick, taking my friendliness as flirting, odd obsessions with 'cold' people due to fascination with the puzzle they present to my inquisitive people-orientated ENFP nature....
    (Side note: 'CaptainChick', I think you and are alot alike - other than you're seeming to be more secure than I! The 'INFP' within, you see....)

    Aaaah. How good it is to be amongst enthusiastic like-minds

    That's my...errr...kind of irrelevant two cents worth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachelinpa View Post
    Do any other ENFPs have problems with people "falling in love" with the IDEA of them, but not really them? Lately, it seems that guys REALLY love the exterior friendly happy me. All infautated and crap. And, I try to tell them that there is more to me, but they will not believe me... until they do. and by the point, I'm usually screwed over because I have found a way to idealize them so much that I am having my own sort of "falling in love" with the real them... as they are "falling out of love" with the real me...

    Which I guess I mean is what the original poster was saying... so basically, I'm being redundant... heh.
    Funny, the few ENFP's I tried to get to know beyond their exterior have shied away from me. Course I shy away from things myself rapidly so that might be my fault in some sense *ponder*. Maturity difference maybe? Or just the human nature that not all "ENFP's" are alike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FantailedWall View Post
    Have been reading this thread with growing amusement at how applicable most of these traits are to me! (I'm new here - so it's all very exciting )

    Eg - people falling in 'infatuation' with me super-quick, taking my friendliness as flirting, odd obsessions with 'cold' people due to fascination with the puzzle they present to my inquisitive people-orientated ENFP nature....
    (Side note: 'CaptainChick', I think you and are alot alike - other than you're seeming to be more secure than I! The 'INFP' within, you see....)

    Aaaah. How good it is to be amongst enthusiastic like-minds

    That's my...errr...kind of irrelevant two cents worth.
    Oh I hope you are not like CC. The earth's balance will be disturbed past a tipping point!

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