I've always thought that ENFPs were pretty much open books as far as emotions were concerned, that they tend to wear their hearts on their sleeves. But something has come up with an ENFP who's important to me that is making me question this.
Is it possible that, if an ENFP loses someone who's really important to them (not through death, I mean if the relationship is severed) that they would feel strongly about this but be able to hide their feelings about it? Could they compartmentalize what they're feeling and not show it to the other person? Or maybe would they try to change what they're feeling by trying to focus on the other people in their life? What does this have to do with how important the person really was to them?
If this would happen to me, I wouldn't be able to see that person without letting the hurt/pain be obvious. But I've learned that I often can't determine why the ENFP is doing something or what's really going on by looking at my own thought processes.
Any thoughts on this?