Extremely kind hearted
Easy to talk and get along with
Sometimes prone to hurting themselves (emotionally)
They seem to understand the most that life is short, enjoy it
Really down to earth... those Ns have nothing on you guys when it comes to "deepness"... could just be the ESFP I know but she just knows what important qualities to have, like what really matters in life etc
speaking in general, i dont like them. the ones i know just gossip and talk about their stupid boy problems. they seem too outgoing and fake. they get emotional over the silliest things. i cant reason with them, ever so i just sit there thinking how dumb they are. haha
i do have girl friends who are enfp though. theyre okay to go out with.
Well, I recently made amends with an ESFP girl I knew from years ago. She held absolutely no hard feelings.
She's always had a heart made of gold, as they say.
And the ESFP guy I used to be roommates with was the same way. Very positive outlook on life, and very forgiving and understanding. But living together didn't work out. I had to leave if I wanted alone time. He usually just brushed off problems instead of fixing them, though eventually you could get him to be serious.
I don't know any esfp males but the females? I LOVE THEM!!!! My sister is one and I have had several esfp friends. They are fun and seeing as though we share the S function, we really understand each other and have a good time together.
As expressed INTJ I can't find common ground with them on the long run.
I came across female ESFPs and reasonable communication is impossible. I am not saying that there is something wrong with them it is just they are not my type of people.
Overall, I like em. Don't let the negatives I list here let you think otherwise - it's easy to make a similar list for pretty much any type.
Fun loving, tenderhearted.
Sociable and caring.
Capable of surprising self-awareness, both of their strengths and their weaknesses.
I love that they will call me out of the blue just to see how I'm doing, if they haven't talked with me for awhile.
Bad (from my experience):
Can be flaky. Some are pretty unapologetic about it.
Can be bad listeners, and conversations with them can be pretty one-sided unless you have some information they want to gleam from you.
INFP/ESFP friendships, typically, are great as long as things are left on the surface level. As soon as things get deep enough to really excite us INFPs, though, the ESFP gets bored or feels pressured.