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    ESFJs are very loyal and hard working individuals... the ones I know anyways. It's just too bad that they have huge difficulties understanding me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    Helping others, fighting for just causes, entertaining people in the home or in stressful situations, meeting new people, building relationships with all different kinds of people, being an active member of a group or activity. Being right always.
    Ok thanks and let me try again in a new way. What do you think you
    might find most interesting about an INFJ in a dating situation?
    What kinds of things would appeal to you and keep your interest?
    If you don't mind pondering this idea, that is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by batumi View Post
    Ok thanks and let me try again in a new way. What do you think you
    might find most interesting about an INFJ in a dating situation?
    What kinds of things would appeal to you and keep your interest?
    If you don't mind pondering this idea, that is...
    With an INFJ? Hmmm. . . I need a lot of support in my life, and I like a lot of affection and caring in a relationship, so an INFJ female would probably provide that type of affection (and in return, I would try to make sure her needs were met, and she got a lot of time and attention). Given my stubborn nature, I imagine arguments with an INFJ female could be epic, so it would be important to keep lines of communication open and get some time apart occasionally, enjoying our individual interests and friends. Does that help?
    Who wants to try a bottle of merc's "Extroversion Olive Oil?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    With an INFJ? Hmmm. . . I need a lot of support in my life, and I like a lot of affection and caring in a relationship, so an INFJ female would probably provide that type of affection (and in return, I would try to make sure her needs were me, and she got a lot of time and attention). Given my stubborn nature, I imagine arguments with an INFJ female could be epic, so it would be important to keep lines of communication open and get some type apart occasionally, enjoying our individual interests and friends. Does that help?
    It does, thank you!!

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    A good friend of mine is an ESFJ. She thinks I'm a "total retard" but we can talk for hours, and I'm fascinated by the fact that she always enjoys whatever situation she finds herself in.

    ^ has probably been said several times over on this forum already, but what the hell.

    P.S. I know she's an ESFJ because I asked her to take the MBTI test, and I was there watching her the whole time.
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    They are often unreasonably sexy. I don't understand them at all but that probably just increases their sexiness.

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    I have an ESFJ friend. She is very spirited and enthusiastic. She loves working with kids, which I think is awesome... she love sher job an amount that probably isn't healthy in a practical sense. She does talk a lot, but it's usually pleasant (she has her self described "bitch days" when all she says are cruel and spiteful insults, but she later tells us not to take them seriously, and we usually don't because they are trivial nonsense anyway). She's both conventional and eccentric, depending on when you talk to her, which I find interesting given my inability to be conventional. She can be weird and goofy, but serious, as well... balanced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GZA View Post
    I have an ESFJ friend. She is very spirited and enthusiastic. She loves working with kids, which I think is awesome... she loves her job an amount that probably isn't healthy in a practical sense.
    As it turns out my friend also loves working with kids, she's studying to be a school teacher for kids aged 5-10.

    ESFJs seem to be naturals with kids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishfighter View Post
    As it turns out my friend also loves working with kids, she's studying to be a school teacher for kids aged 5-10.

    ESFJs seem to be naturals with kids.
    I often watch my 3-year-old niece, and being a father seems like it would be an endlessly fun and rewarding thing to do.
    Who wants to try a bottle of merc's "Extroversion Olive Oil?"

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