Sounded like you implied that she was supposed to put out to compensate.
I recall some similar fuck ups in past interactions with ENFPs. It's like they naturally bait me to say something insensitive. One once told me that she wanted to adopt a girl because she empathized with the situation of being abandoned by a parent. I said something like " that's not gonna change the world much".
Another ENFP stopped replying to my messages right after I stopped talking about her for a small moment to talk about my career goals.
We tend to use some typology lingo here, but stick around and you'll eventually learn a lot.I'm not familiar with cognitive functions like Ti.
Ime, yes. I'd suggest you to forget ENFPs and go for ENFJs instead - they'll more readily appreciate an impersonal feedback (INTP specialty) without freaking out. They are rarer online though.Google tells me that Ti is not in the top four dominant traits of ENFP, so does it scare ENFPs?