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    My gut tells me that you are probably an ENFJ..and from my experiences, most ENFJs have had almost a hidden Introverted side..but are truly Extroverts..so, there..that's my opinion.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    My gut tells me that you are probably an ENFJ..and from my experiences, most ENFJs have had almost a hidden Introverted side..but are truly Extroverts..so, there..that's my opinion.
    Interesting that you should say that - my Ni and Ne results were both very high and almost identical. I think it's hard to type someone like me who has very balanced results...

    At the end of the day, I guess I went with ENFP but I'm open for other opinions if people have any.
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    ENFJ seems to me more likely than ENFP.

    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    Because I tend to be way too subjective, I asked my husband, who helped me. He made this analogy:

    "When you have to make a decision, it takes you a loooooong time - at best. You sit and puzzle out the various options, and even WHEN you make a decision, you always question whether or not you made the right one.
    Do you think thereīs something like a right decision? What determines if a decision is right or wrong?

    Js are not necessarily quickly in making all kinds of decisions, but with dominant Fe someone would normally be quick in making social and feeling-based judgements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delphyne View Post
    ENFJ seems to me more likely than ENFP.



    Do you think thereīs something like a right decision? What determines if a decision is right or wrong?

    Js are not necessarily quickly in making all kinds of decisions, but with dominant Fe someone would normally be quick in making social and feeling-based judgements.
    Yes, that is my problem - have I made the 'right' decision can mean two things:

    - "Will this decision have positive or negative consequences in the future that may or may not have occurred if I had chosen the other decision?"

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    - "Will this decision really bring about the best possible result?"

    Usually, I know if a decision is in line with my values or not. That really is NOT a question for me. The question is the end result - would it have been better if I had chosen something else?

    The end result may be related to a number of factors, including rather objective and subjective rationale.

    I hope this helps.
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    I donīt see ENFPs as being so much concerned with making the right decision because ENFPs perceive the world as more floating and changing. In my experience itīs EFJs who see decision making as finalizing and not something you can easily change. Thatīs why they want to make sure that their decision is right, whereas ENFPs sometimes have problems to stick with their decisions.

    Maybe Iīm wrong but you sound like an ENFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delphyne View Post
    I donīt see ENFPs as being so much concerned with making the right decision because ENFPs perceive the world as more floating and changing. In my experience itīs EFJs who see decision making as finalizing and not something you can easily change. Thatīs why they want to make sure that their decision is right, whereas ENFPs sometimes have problems to stick with their decisions.

    Maybe Iīm wrong but you sound like an ENFJ.
    Oh dear, what will everyone say if I turn into an ENFJ?!?!!?

    Na, just kidding.

    But I would like to get down to the bottom of this, as I think it is important to have a better awareness of self.

    Interestingly enough, when I printed a description of ENFJ (just for the hell of it to read) my husband read it and said, OMG - this is YOU!!!!

    Maybe I should listen to it?

    Any other ideas? From the people who have read my posts or chatted with me?

    ENFP or ENFJ?
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    there are big differences between an ENFP and ENFJ. i think out of all the extroverts, the ENFJ's need people the most. as i understand them, ENFJ's are friends with everyone but not best friends with almost anyone. they don't like exposing their deepest feelings. ENFP's are quite different, they need time to be by themselves despite being extroverted. it's not that they hate society of course but that they have to center themselves. ENFP's (well at least i) don't really have a problem showing emotions. we wear our hearts on our sleeves. o and of course, ENFJ's do their assignments 2 weeks before it's due and ENFP's do it the day after :P.

    from what i read, you're quite willing to share yourself and seek understanding. i also don't think you're the 'always do things on time' type. so i say ENFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by animenagai View Post
    there are big differences between an ENFP and ENFJ. i think out of all the extroverts, the ENFJ's need people the most. as i understand them, ENFJ's are friends with everyone but not best friends with almost anyone. they don't like exposing their deepest feelings. ENFP's are quite different, they need time to be by themselves despite being extroverted. it's not that they hate society of course but that they have to center themselves. ENFP's (well at least i) don't really have a problem showing emotions. we wear our hearts on our sleeves. o and of course, ENFJ's do their assignments 2 weeks before it's due and ENFP's do it the day after :P.

    from what i read, you're quite willing to share yourself and seek understanding. i also don't think you're the 'always do things on time' type. so i say ENFP.
    Yeah, I definitely need time to myself. After I read the descriptions about Fe, I tend to think that's not my cup of tea. Under stress, I even forget social conventions. I have to constantly remind myself when someone's birthday is and stuff, or else I forget. And if I don't care about the person, I totally forget. And if I do care about the person, I often forget. Geez, I even forget to do the most banal things half the time. :-/

    Introverted Intuition seems really good as well....it's quite strong, so I do not know if it should play such a low position as in the ENFP. However, my Ne is DEFINITELY stronger. Much stronger.

    Hmmmm...the one problem is that I am totally unaware of my environment half the time - anything that I do pick out is random and lucky, really. I don't know how many times I almost got run over by cars because I was in my own thoughts and just walked out onto the street. My husband bitches me out about that all the time and with good reason.

    I'm also a spatial moron. Literally. Like I mentioned in other posts. I could not figure out what shape results from folding a paper eight times and cutting a triangle in the folded edge and then opening it up - not to save my life. I can't even judge distance properly. That's a big reason why I do not drive.

    Can someone please explain to me how the same person can score consistently 98 and 99 percentile in verbal skills, 89-93 percentile in math but 15 percentile in spatial skills? Did I not eat enough carrots or something as a kid? Was I born with a spatial moron gene or what?

    *sigh*

    Yeah, hope this helps to determine a bit more about me....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    Good and sort of weird stuff:
    --Creative ideas and HUGE amounts of imagination
    --Make other people feel "comfy" and loved unless angry
    --Take my commitments (e.g. work, home) very seriously when I am fully engaged
    --Fairly intelligent
    --Talent with languages
    --Expressive and love public speaking
    --Can usually fit in with others
    --Great teacher
    --Can empathize - a bit too well - with how people feel
    --Blends in with her environment
    --Energetic and enthusiastic but also quiet and contempletive
    --Great verbal skills
    --Simplify complicated stuff, complicate simple stuff
    --I love weird stuff!!!
    --When I first meet people, I am quiet and totally reserved then bubbly and effervescent
    Definately ENFP. *sigh* reading this list just reminded me of the one girl my heart beats for.

    Seriously, can I hug and kiss you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    Definately ENFP. *sigh* reading this list just reminded me of the one girl my heart beats for.

    Seriously, can I hug and kiss you?
    A hug is okay. But if you kiss me, my husband will probably kick your ass. hehehe
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