I used to be so empathetic and think so much about the suffering of other humans and animals that it would immobilize me. I don't think that's a very good way to live, because by being paralyzed by that sensitivity I wasn't really helping anyone.
I used to constantly give people things, donate to charities, get taken advantage of...the world will often take kindness for weakness and use nice people as a doormat.
So my point is that ENFPs probably ARE all nice (including me) in our pure form, in our uncorrupted state, but I think the cruelty of the world can end up giving very sensitive people a surprisingly hard side.
The people that I've known who never developed this side or shell of hardness continually get taken advantage of and hurt over and over again until they have no self-esteem left.
I also think agreeing for the sake of agreeing is a cop-out, and sometimes the most moral thing to do isn't going to make everybody happy. I think the description of ENFP as "The Champion" goes a long way in explaining how a person can be not-nice for what they view as the greater good.
"Sentiment without action is the ruin of the soul." - Edward Abbey
I expect a setup. Whatever I answer is going to be found to prove something, especially since you said you think I act FJ.
It's just interesting to me, that I could ever be typed a J. Is that like saying you think I use Fe?
Sounds awful paranoid of you. I was just curious as to your understanding of MBTI.
And if you find it intersting that people think you are a J, don't you want to find out why? Unless of course you already made up your mind that you are an ENFP, and don't want to hear any ideas that would indicate otherwise (which, btw, would likely indicate that you are a J)
And if it's any consolation, I've been known to reconsider my original typing once I got more info (for example, I used to think ThatGirl was an ESTP until I met her in person)
Listen to me, baby, you got to understand, you're old enough to learn the makings of a man.