This creates a need to scale back on my interactions with them to avoid conflict and a sense of breached trust. So, yeah, ENTP's are charming and fun- and badasses in their own way- but there's that.
I guess with NTJ's there are times that I can feel invaded/cornered, as well, but it's more when they slip into trying to micromanage things in an effort to help me be more "efficient." In the past, I've been annoyed that they felt the need to dispense advice on these day-to-day matters, as if my competence were being put to question- I wondered if they actually thought I was that careless-- and trying to explain this would trigger a butthurt Fi reaction- as they'd feel like I was rejecting their help- which they don't just freely give out to anyone.. but eventually I was able to remind myself to gloss over the overtly directive approach, and look at the drive to assist, underneath. It's like when my INTP friends show their Fe through hospitable behaviors, like making breakfast/coffee. It's very simple, and sweet. It's just pushy when it comes from an NTJ.. but then, everything is.
I find it generally easier to resolve the conflicts with NTJs than with ENTPs. Possibly due to the content of the arguments, as stated above. ENTP's directly go for the throat without realizing it, picking apart vulnerabilities- whereas NTJ's can sometimes just come off as controlling or condescending. One is far more or less distressing than the other to deal with, in the moment.
That said, conflicts occur in any relationship- there's no avoiding it. It's all in how well the two parties can resolve it, together.