Originally Posted by shortnsweet
Yea, this. Confinement and commitment are very stifling.
My ESFP friend said once when we were talking about relationships and I mentioned the word commitment; "Commitment? That sounds so permanent. Gosh, it sounds terrible."
~Life in a cappella~
It's great to meet another ESFP. I wish I could get my husband interested in MBTI.
Johari / Nohari
Enneagram 1w2/Lifepath 1/first zodiac sign Aries/first Chinese zodiac sign RAT/first born in my siblings of 3. Did I forget to mention first?
My good buddy is an esfp. He's charming and charismatic. He know just about everyone and they all seem to like him. He's also quite musically talented. Downsides are not much forethought in his actions and is quite materialistic.
I know some, but only as acquaintances. They are really great, goodhearted people.
ESFPs tend to annoy me. Then again, I've only run into immature ones.
Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley
-They have a complex with "intelligence." That is, they think others have it and they don't. I wonder if this could go for SFPs as a group, as the ISFPs I know seem to think the same way.
I even know an ISTP who thinks that. Note to world, please stop telling SPs they are dumb because they don't like to read 800 page philosophical treatises!! There's more than one way to be smart.