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    Holy crap... where the hell do you people meet ENFPs? I would love to meet one in person. Closest thing to meeting one was an ENTP, and me like a lot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mighty Mouse View Post
    What's cool,
    They nudge me out of my shell.

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    what can be annoying?
    Focus dammit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    I usually get along really well with them. I mean, what's not to like? They are fun loving (often) party animals with surprising depth. They can be silly one second and have a deep conversation the next. Sometimes it will be focused on one subject, and sometimes it flutters between many interesting subjects.

    Another thing... I've become very good at hiding beneath my heavy, protective, thick shell. ENFPs have a way of just bounding up and effortlessly flinging it aside. (They also seem to get perverse pleasure in doing so.. GRRRR!)

    Complaints? They can often be fickle. It can be hard to keep one's attention, which makes me very slow to rely on some of them. I'm also wary of getting too involved emotionally in one of their pet projects, as they lose interest just as I'm really starting to become emotionally invested.

    That's a small price to pay, though. ENFPs generally add quality to my life.
    Dudeeeeeeeeeeeee you have hit the nail right on the head with me (with the exception of party animal - blehhhhh - but in all fairness, you said often!!!). Everything - including the good things and bad things. I'm not fickle when it comes to people, but very fickle when it comes to projects unless I'm super duper invested in it. My husband also has this complaint with me. Damn it, I took you seriously and thought about how to implement your ideas, and now you have a new idea. GRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!! It really pisses him off.

    But my aunt called me her 'muse.' I'm good at inspiring others to action, which is good because I'm a lazy ass. At work, though, I'm really a workhorse because I love what I do and I'm really engaged.

    And, yeah, if you have a pole up your ass or a shell around you, watch out, 'cause I might just make you forget without even trying. Hehe. At least people tell me this all the time - I'm not conscious of it. But it is cool when it happens. It makes you feel good.

    I totally relate to the part about silly crazy wild thanggggg one minute and deep, mysterious person the next. Drove my husband just about crazy sometimes in a good way and in a bad way.

    Sometimes I go too far and say things when I shouldn't, which goes back to the first response...."They say things I wanted to say but couldn't! " Yeahhhhhh - that can be a blessing and a curse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mighty Mouse View Post
    Would you mind elaborating on what you consider intense?
    I mean the kind of person that has a very strong "presence", is extremely loud and lively and, because of this, can wear me out rather fast.

    However, this applies to all strong Es, not just the very extroverted ENFPs. IMO ESFJs are the most draining.

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    They are like INFP's but louder! is a perfect description GZA they are exuberant and big-hearted. Love them! They can be exhausting but they're worth it!
    Somebody has to be fabulous, it might as well be me! LOL

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    I'm not sure who is an ENFP out of the people I know but I get the feeling that they're pretty fun, but might be a bit too much for me. So I guess depends how I feel at the moment which will translate to how I feel about an ENFP. Haha... I did have a particularly uncomfortable experience with someone who said they were ENFP.

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    I like all the ENFPs here. I like that you are friendly and good humored. I like that you are able to resolve conflicts without coming across as a parental or teacher-like kind of figure. I like that you express your opinions strongly but not pedantically. I like how you word things both intelligently and colorfully. I like that when you are being nice you have nothing of the mother hen about you but instead always seem more like a friend.

    I don't think anything annoys me about the ENFPs here. I had one co-worker who I think was an ENFP but I'm not sure. But he is in a class by himself, so it's probably not fair to use him as an ENFP exhibit and say what I found annoying about him in response to your question.

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    Default INFP married to ENFP

    I've been married to an ENFP for 10 years. I'll just say it's been an adventure. Whirlwind is the best way I can explain it. He gets very excited about things asks me to get involved and before I know it I've done research on a topic or invested myself in his project and boom he's off on another big idea or project. Since we've been married he has had 9 different jobs and he's been licensed or certified to do 3 complete different careers and he's even opened up his own business.

    But, he's my soul mate. He encourages me to try new things and go to new places. He makes me laugh. I know he is loyal to me and he loves me. And I also know whatever life throws at us, he'll be able to talk our way out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icebluejanuary View Post
    he's my soul mate. He encourages me to try new things and go to new places. He makes me laugh. I know he is loyal to me and he loves me. And I also know whatever life throws at us, he'll be able to talk our way out of it.
    How sweet! Congradulations!! It makes me so happy when I hear about married couples who are actually truly happy together.. All the Best! =)

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    I always wondered about the INFP ENFP combination for an intimate relationship. Thinking about it, I probably couldn't handle it

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