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This is a discussion on What do ENFJs think about INFPs? (positive and negative) within the ENFJ Forum - The Givers forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by Khendjer My husband is ENFJ. He says that he appreciates my intelligence, that I'm "different" from other ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khendjer View Post
    My husband is ENFJ. He says that he appreciates my intelligence, that I'm "different" from other people (not interested in the surface level and enjoy deep conversations), my having strong convictions, creativity, that I understand him and took the time to truly know him/let him be himself (not just accepting what he showed to the world), kindness toward others, honesty and loyalty.

    Haha, niffer's avatar is the epitome of ENFJ. I want to cuddle it...
    People commonly say this about infp's, but infp's are the last people to tell you about their problems. and even what sounds like victim-talk might simply be a way of releasing toxic emotions

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    I think infp are wonderful human beings. The right amount of self-loathing and humor. The right amount of care and ability to disconnect. They have that special kind of intelligence that is unique and intriguing. They are good at expressing themself and their ideas. They have the self control to only show you what they want to and that makes it feel special when you are the person they want to show it to. I have an infp friend and some people think her kids are kind of unruly but they are actually very sweet energetic kids.. and I have seen her hold them in her arms and she loves them so much. You can tell she is a good mom. Infp love MOMENTS...they are moment people. They want to feel something and indulge in some way, and escape into their own world. They get bored easy and I can relate. They have hilarious insights. I do love them very much.

    The cons are they have trouble maintaining relationships and jobs and things like that. They can get overwhelmed by others needs and take criticism personally and may feel frozen or go in a circle. So they are not exactly a beacon of stability lol. They tend to vibrate outside of reality sometimes lol (like intp) and this can be a little hard to deal with at least for myself.


     
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