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This is a discussion on Questions to an ENFP on absolutely ANYTHING :) within the ENFP Forum - The Inspirers forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by cake *joins in on the hug train* *tackles and hugs lizabeth, fepa, ai.tran.75, aya, and crumbs* Its ...

  1. #10511

    Quote Originally Posted by cake View Post
    *joins in on the hug train* *tackles and hugs lizabeth, fepa, ai.tran.75, aya, and crumbs*

    Its funny yall decided today is Enfp day, cause I woke up this morning happy, feelin proud to be an enfp
    Everyday is ENFP day, love.
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  2. #10512

    Quote Originally Posted by MelodyGirl View Post
    What would be the best way to confront an ENFP who's said something off-the-wall and inappropriate and hurtful to you?
    He lives in a different state, is a family member, and I usually send him cards, which he likes, because he can take his time reading and it's not just me throwing things at him on the phone.
    So should I call or write?
    Mel, is this your brother again? I take it he's still struggling with the ex girlfriend thing.

    In any case, I agree with Ai about you choosing the medium that feels most comfortable for you. You're wanting to communicate genuine feelings on your part, so don't feel like you have to own his response to the way that you choose to communicate that.

    I would be straightforward with him, whichever way you choose. Let him know what it is that he did that hurt you, and that while you understand that he's going through a rough time, and that you are trying to help him, you can't allow yourself to be treated that way. And let him know that when he's ready to work it through, you'll be willing to work it through with him (I'm assuming that that's the case given that you are wanting to reach out to him). He might not be able to see his wrong in it right away, but give yourself time to look after yourself. Don't make this all about looking after him and his feelings.

  3. #10513
    Unknown

    Quote Originally Posted by FePa View Post
    Good morning gorgeous
    :-*
    I have just finished having lunch, waiting for a friend and we're going to grab a beer at a student October fest
    :-P
    Yes!!!

    Being a student is awesome isn't it?!
    PARTY TIME! <3

    Today I made THREE new friends, we all swapped numbers and everything. After take part in some random Samsung dunk the mobile phone challenge. So proud of myself xD
    Used to have insane depression/anxiety but not no more!

    I can't wait because Halloween is coming up. House parties galoreeeeee :D

    *passes FePa another bottle*

    Drink up my love, the night is young. Woo!
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  5. #10514
    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by Lizabeth View Post
    Mel, is this your brother again? I take it he's still struggling with the ex girlfriend thing.

    In any case, I agree with Ai about you choosing the medium that feels most comfortable for you. You're wanting to communicate genuine feelings on your part, so don't feel like you have to own his response to the way that you choose to communicate that.

    I would be straightforward with him, whichever way you choose. Let him know what it is that he did that hurt you, and that while you understand that he's going through a rough time, and that you are trying to help him, you can't allow yourself to be treated that way. And let him know that when he's ready to work it through, you'll be willing to work it through with him (I'm assuming that that's the case given that you are wanting to reach out to him). He might not be able to see his wrong in it right away, but give yourself time to look after yourself. Don't make this all about looking after him and his feelings.
    I don't *get* this approach...the only time I've tried to say this kind of thing to *anyone* in the way you describe, the person concerned flipped their lid at me, brought up unrelated stuff and didn't address my concerns at all and then went to ground as well as telling everyone else I had treated her badly...the resultant mess was quite major...

    I wouldn't advise this approach at all with someone who is already upset about something else.

    Maybe do nothing, and when he reappears on your social scene say *then* that you found his remarks hurtful...I dunno.
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  6. #10515
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    Quote Originally Posted by HumanBeing View Post
    137 is very high. About myself I'm not certain, I expect myself to be below 120. Above average, but no more than that.
    So modest... I'm sure we can't say the same behind closed doors? ;)
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  7. #10516

    Quote Originally Posted by Dabbling View Post
    I don't *get* this approach...the only time I've tried to say this kind of thing to *anyone* in the way you describe, the person concerned flipped their lid at me, brought up unrelated stuff and didn't address my concerns at all and then went to ground as well as telling everyone else I had treated her badly...the resultant mess was quite major...

    I wouldn't advise this approach at all with someone who is already upset about something else.

    Maybe do nothing, and when he reappears on your social scene say *then* that you found his remarks hurtful...I dunno.
    It depends highly on the person and the situation. I've had that work for me and not work as well.
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  8. #10517

    I have a serious issue that I need help with... which is probably why I don't get out often and go to the movies... but I have honestly no idea what the right answer is in this situation...

    At the movie theatre...
    ...
    ... Which arm rest is yours?
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  9. #10518

    Quote Originally Posted by Jinsei View Post
    I have a serious issue that I need help with... which is probably why I don't get out often and go to the movies... but I have honestly no idea what the right answer is in this situation...

    At the movie theatre...
    ...
    ... Which arm rest is yours?
    The one I am not using.
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  10. #10519

    Quote Originally Posted by Aya Saves the World View Post
    The one I am not using.
    So basically... neither since I'm sure the person on the other side would say the same thing...

    This is why I don't movie...

  11. #10520

    Quote Originally Posted by Jinsei View Post
    So basically... neither since I'm sure the person on the other side would say the same thing...
    I usually do not use them.
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