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    Default Ok, So ISTJ and their attraction to ENFP's?

    What is up with the ISTJ and their [[attraction/chemistry/intrigue]] with ENFP's... And, with that being said... Why are they so gung-ho on FIGHTING it...? It's kind of like a Love/Hate thing... Like they like us, but they really don't want to...

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    They're everything we're not.

    Lively, energetic, kind, youthful spirit, curious, sensitive yet strong. -- I've had no problem liking an ENFP. I didn't try to fight it (as you put it).

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    I'd say an ENFP is everything I suppress. Compare me to an ENFJ, and they're everything I fight. There's a difference. I can connect with an ENFP because they're just more lively in areas I'm weaker at. In comparison to an xNFJ, they view the world in a truly opposite manner to me. Our first concern is the people around us and everything is always ready to be improved? No, thanks. Compare that to an ENFP who sees the world as having infinite connections and making their own decisions, values and morals the highest priority. I can relate to the ENFP easier.

    An xNFJ takes reality for granted, in my eyes. An ENFP sees reality for more than it is.


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    I have zero desire to ever be with an ENFP. And it's not a 'fighting it thing'. I find nothing particularly appealing.
    “Everybody has a secret world inside of them. All of the people of the world, I mean everybody. No matter how dull and boring they are on the outside, inside
    them they've all got unimaginable, magnificent, wonderful, stupid, amazing worlds. Not just one world. Hundreds of them. Thousands maybe.” -Neil Gaiman

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    I'd love to go back in time to go skirt-chasing with my ISTJ father when he was my age (since I kinda look like him when he was young) and just take notes of all the comedy that would probably ensue.

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    ...I've never been especially attracted to ENFPs. Actually, for awhile, I thought of them as a type I would not want to get romantically involved with
    After all,
    you're my wonderwall...

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    Aww c'mon gal's, we're not that bad. :3
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    ^The ENFP guys are though. Actually I don't know any.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    They're everything we're not.

    Lively, energetic, kind, youthful spirit, curious, sensitive yet strong. -- I've had no problem liking an ENFP. I didn't try to fight it (as you put it).
    Right...just let's keep it under our hats. That's why it looks like "fighting it".

    Sytpg: Skirt-chasing? I don't understand.
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    As for me, I can´t see the point in "fighting" my thoughts about someone I find attractive, of any type.

    If I find a male ENFP attractive, I just go for him.

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