That is the worst list I've ever seen! I'm a mature ENFP and the best way to break up with us to say "It's over". I mean really - it doesn't get any clearer than that. How does an ENFP break up with others? We fade them. So if you are involved in a relationship with an ENFP and they stop calling you or get distant, it's probably over. We don't like to hurt feelings, so we'll fade the relationship.
Ok, going over your post....
1. This ENFP does not have a masochist side, so I don't know where you got that from!
Criticism makes THIS ENFP totally uninterested in anything you have to say. Buh-bye!
ENFPs are NOT the most common types. We are only 6 to 10% of the population. Do your homework before you start shooting out incorrect facts about us.
2. No one has ever "used me for sex". For me, love comes FIRST, sex is the icing on the cake - IF I approve of the person. I'm not one to have one-night-stands. I've been married to an INFJ for a very long time, but our relationship was never based on sex. It was based on LOVE.
3. A compliment or flattery doesn't make THIS ENFP think anything will continue in the relationship. Many of us have high self-esteems and we'll simply think you're right if you flatter us. Some ENFPs do hang on to bad relationships for too long, but that could also be upbringing and how they were raised.
“Love is a smoke made with the fume of sighs. Being purged a fire sparkling in lovers eyes, being vexed a sea nourished with lovers tears, What is it else? A madness most discreet, A choking gall and a perserving sweet.”
How does an ENFP break up with others? We fade them. So if you are involved in a relationship with an ENFP and they stop calling you or get distant, it's probably over. We don't like to hurt feelings, so we'll fade the relationship.
Awesome! I will probably think in the "fade" term from now on.
I agree sex is just part of the total relationship but if someone doesn't "get" an enfp it can seem that sex is a huge part of the relationship. (maybe just personal experience?)