My dad and brother are NFs (eNFP, iNfP), my closest friends are (eNFJ, INFP, ENFP). My favourite grade seven teacher was an ENFJ and she amazed me deeply that a "grown up" could still have an imagination but be able to competently navigate life as an adult. Baffled me, in fact. Made me realize I didn't have to change myself entirely by the time I finished school and transform into someone like the SF mother my mom and her friends were. (I was always being told by other adults, like my mom and aunts and uncles that my dad was "not normal" so I figured he was an anomaly and I wasn't weird enough (definitely an INxJ at 12 years old) to stay imaginative once I grew up).
My best conversations are with NFs. They are all as awesome online as the ones I love and adore IRL.
*You don't have a soul. You are a Soul. You have a body.
*Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.
Its nice knowing that NF's will always have energy to care, heck sometimes I even joy the fact that they have so much energy to get mad. At the end of the day I know I don't have to worry as long as I don't do something absurdly insensitive and crazy, because at the end of the day they will still have room to think and care about me regardless of how accessible
My cold, snide, intellectual life is just a veneer, behind which lies the plywood of loneliness.
I love NF, well mostly INFP as much as NTs
they are caring and creative individuals, and i respect that. And the fact that i can't express my real emotions properly (except acting), while they can. Its interesting to observe and interact.
and i always liked sensitive people.