I went to the Memorial Service of an ESFJ yesterday. She died at age 55 after having "journeyed" with breast cancer for 13 years. There were at least 450 people there! In my opinion that speaks of the incredible value that ESFJs can have on their circle of friends.
Every so often I attend a memorial service of someone who was some vivacious outgoing world traveler who loved life and loved everybody and I invariably come away feeling like an epic failure. I am totally convinced no one but my family will notice when I am gone and they won't have the comfort of knowing I was loved and made an impact in other people's lives. I have already forewarned my kids not to expect too many people at my funeral.
Anyway, congrats to the ESFJs in life. You will live well, love well, and end well. That is better than being an N.