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    Quote Originally Posted by fia View Post
    Yay! I'm glad because I was offering high praise. Ne-doms are the source of my sanity.

    For our happy resolution I offer you a chorus of nanner-dancers:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    INFJs are calm, have dry wit, serious and less assuming.

    ENFPs are bouncy, animate, random and have less brain-to-mouth filter.
    from what i have noticed, even tho INFJs might be less assuming regularly in small things, they are prone on making some grand assumptions. for example an ENFP might assume that a pimple was caused by the chocolate cookies she ate yesterday, but an INFJ will make assumptions on the essence of someones soul.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Arendee View Post
    What are the easiest differences? Don't say introversion and extroversion, because I've met many many ENFP's who live in their rooms and play make believe with their cats.
    if you want to see some INFJs and ENFPs live there are some vids of real life actresses and musicians at the bottom of these profiles:

    INFJ - IEI - INFp

    ENFP - IEE - ENFp

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    Biggest difference I've noticed as an INFJ when compared to my ENFP friends is that I'm deliberate and they are spontaneous. I can't not think of the consequences, and always naturally try to navigate things that I think are coming down the pike. It is annoying sometimes. I have to deliberately choose to be carefree or let go, and am not always successful in that. And would never take that approach in the long term. I can't speak for them, but my ENFP friends don't seem to design their lives like that. They're much more in the moment and I love that about them.

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    ^ Because of my 6, I am very much a planner and focused on the long term, but I agree that this is the most notable outward difference. There is a very strong awareness about basically everything action an INFJ takes, a deliberateness that ENFP could never have. We just don't possess that level of cause -> effect consciousness, so we come off as more carefree... it's not really by choice, though, we just don't see it. Just like the INFJ doesn't really choose to see it... they just do. They see repercussions down the line of time, ripples in a pond, while we only see the spiderweb of possibility. So the ENFP ends up enthusiastic but naive, while the INFJ ends up restrained but wise.

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    ENFPs ime have more social energy, more common sense and more natural spontaneity than me.

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    I am a male 7w6 ENFP.
    My father died when I was 4, but I think he was too.
    I was raised by a strongly religious mother.
    My Ne and Fi give me constant guilt.
    I would suspect an INFJ would fare better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    INFJs are calm, have dry wit, serious and less assuming.

    ENFPs are bouncy, animate, random and have less brain-to-mouth filter.


    I really can't confuse the two; one is clearly introverted and the other is clearly a Ne-martian.
    That's not very nice.

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    My best friend is an INFJ. We can both seem like the same type at times.

    The main type differences as I see them are:

    -INFJs are more consistent. If they don't like you, they still won't like you two years from now. An ENFP might love you two hours from now.

    -ENFPs have more animated expressions. We are also louder, more often, as far as I can tell.

    -INFJs are more into reciprocity (due to Fe).
    Be soft. Do not let the world make you hard. Do not let pain make you hate. Do not let the bitterness steal your sweetness." ― Kurt Vonnegut

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