[ENFP] Non-ENFPs, please say what you like about ENFPs

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This is a discussion on Non-ENFPs, please say what you like about ENFPs within the ENFP Forum - The Inspirers forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; I started a thread asking folks to post what annoys them about ENFPs, so -- of course! -- I wanted ...

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Non-ENFPs, please say what you like about ENFPs

    I started a thread asking folks to post what annoys them about ENFPs, so -- of course! -- I wanted to balance that by asking members what you like about us. Yes, this is another thread idea borrowed from the ISTJ forum https://personalitycafe.com/istj-foru...out-istjs.html

    "If you're a non-ENFP -- heck, you can even be an ENFP -- [please] say something good about them."



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    INTJ - The Scientists

    It seems that ENFPs have all the intangibles about them that I most value in other people for the sake of personality and companionship. But because of the intangible nature of said intangibles, I will highlight some tangibles.

    ENFPs are, more often than not, bright individuals. In both the objective intellectual sense and in subjective mannerisms, ENFPs display vivacious positivity without the drawbacks of dogmatic optimism.

    ENFPs are complicated. They cannot be understood by the casual observer. They require a measure of reciprocal complexity. I like that.

    I find ENFPs to be fundamentally similar to myself on a few key aspects. For instance, ENFPs have a tendency to deploy a 'bubble shield'. That is, they project a happy, bubbly, joyful mood, but reserve themselves within that barrier. A strategy not unlike my own, except I use stone castle walls. The reason usually happens to be the same: People just don't get who we really are and we prefer not to be accosted every time we have an idea.

    I like Extroverted iNtuition. I like it a lot. ENFPs like all the wild, abstract, deep subjects that I do. They see the world with an Intuitive mind, so they see it much as I do.

    Every ENFP that I know well is genuine. They are real with me. That is amazing. The ones I know are warm and gracious individuals, which is meaningful only when coupled with a genuine spirit.

    ENFPs are social engineers. They can emotionally direct individuals and groups. They have influence. It's impressive.

    ENFPs gain wisdom without getting boring. Somehow they maintain the inner child, which I like, because my inner child needs someone to play with. Someone to still be awestruck at the world with. Get old with but still stay young.

    I am sure I missed some. That's all for now.

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    I think I've pretty much gotten along well with most people I happen to know that ENFPs.
    Many of them seem like good and loyal friends once they decide to befriend the person.
    Oftentimes, they're energetic and not afraid to be silly.
    Many of them find me witty.
    Usually, I find a positive energy surrounding them.
    Generally, I find them attractive.
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Quote Originally Posted by Blocklos View Post
    It seems that ENFPs have all the intangibles about them that I most value in other people for the sake of personality and companionship. But because of the intangible nature of said intangibles, I will highlight some tangibles.

    ENFPs are, more often than not, bright individuals. In both the objective intellectual sense and in subjective mannerisms, ENFPs display vivacious positivity without the drawbacks of dogmatic optimism.

    ENFPs are complicated. They cannot be understood by the casual observer. They require a measure of reciprocal complexity. I like that.

    I find ENFPs to be fundamentally similar to myself on a few key aspects. For instance, ENFPs have a tendency to deploy a 'bubble shield'. That is, they project a happy, bubbly, joyful mood, but reserve themselves within that barrier. A strategy not unlike my own, except I use stone castle walls. The reason usually happens to be the same: People just don't get who we really are and we prefer not to be accosted every time we have an idea.

    I like Extroverted iNtuition. I like it a lot. ENFPs like all the wild, abstract, deep subjects that I do. They see the world with an Intuitive mind, so they see it much as I do.

    Every ENFP that I know well is genuine. They are real with me. That is amazing. The ones I know are warm and gracious individuals, which is meaningful only when coupled with a genuine spirit.

    ENFPs are social engineers. They can emotionally direct individuals and groups. They have influence. It's impressive.

    ENFPs gain wisdom without getting boring. Somehow they maintain the inner child, which I like, because my inner child needs someone to play with. Someone to still be awestruck at the world with. Get old with but still stay young.

    I am sure I missed some. That's all for now.
    @Blocklos left me nodding my head in agreement. He summed it up well and so I won't add anything. There is something intangible with ENFP's that leaves you going, "Yeah...I like this person."
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    You're always up for fun adventures when others shy away. The more we play around, the most you seem to enjoy yourself. Part of the reason for why I play with you is because of how you react, how you laugh or smile or talk.

    You never condemn others for zany ideas. You seem to follow the crazy trail of intuition, while expanding on it, so both our fantasy worlds melt together into cheesy awesomeness.

    I like when you talk about your daily routine. You seem to care enough to be in the real world but also have your own take on things, your own style, which is different from others.

    You aren't afraid to talk to me about death, about feelings, about the world, about the suffering of others, about the hopes you have. We can be simultaneously silly and serious, joking in one moment and talking honestly in another. I admire this. You help to bring me out of my world, taking me into a social world I usually shun.

    I want to get to know your motivations more. You are relatable, but at the same time, a mystery. I want to go deeper. I feel like there's an inner self that you won't share to most, but I want to know it. I'd like to see that part of you.
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    @Blocklos @Kilgore Trout I like you!
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    ENTJ - The Executives

    ENFP's are just amazing. They are so good at connecting with people.
    liza_200, Kintsugi, NaughyChimp and 5 others thanked this post.

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    Hahahhaah i love you all
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    ENFP - The Inspirers


    Quote Originally Posted by Kilgore Trout View Post
    I want to get to know your motivations more. You are relatable, but at the same time, a mystery. I want to go deeper. I feel like there's an inner self that you won't share to most, but I want to know it. I'd like to see that part of you.
    Words like this are total ENFP erotica, I'll have you know.

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    GUYS STOP This thread is making me blush d'awww



    Now I want to go into every single type forum and spew compliments on all of you. :'D
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