ENFP's profile is Ne Fi Te Si. There is no way in hell my Te is stronger than my Si. I have no Te.
Rajah, I know NFs can be logical, but I don't think NF works. The NF's priorities aren't set up the same way mine are. NFs are concerned with how solutions satisfy people's emotional needs (according to Kiersey). My solutions are more practical. I have no problem chewing people out, either, and that's a lot more NT than NF. I have a love for logic and organization more than my love for puppies or whatever it is NFs like. See, I don't even know. Granted I have good, nay, impeccable people skills, but those skills come from having a strong Ne and having grown up around funny people.
Well, to be honest. . . we're as close to being the same person as two people can possibly be. Hence, whatever type we may be, we are both that type.
With that said, here are the only differences:
- I am slightly neater (I think that has to do with my mom/upbringing).
- She procastinates on small/minor things, while I do so on big/major things (but that's only true most of the time).
- She is slightly more competitive than I am.
- On cognitive process tests, my Si and Se are slightly more developed, but everything else is almost identical.
All and all, if there actually is a difference, then . . . If I'm an INTj, than she is an INTp. Moreover, if I am an INTp, than she is something between P & p.
"The only time I'm wrong is when I'm questioning myself."