This is a discussion on ESFP vs ENFP? DId i mistype?? within the ESFP Forum - The Performers forums, part of the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators category; Originally Posted by Jawz I've finally figured out that I cannot allow myself to break the flow at all. While ...
But loving someone as they change, as they age, well it's easy if I'm honest. You're growing with them. You're changing together. And it's messy sometimes, sometimes there can be growing pains, sometimes one or both of you go through a hard time. But that's life and it's beautiful anyway. Embrace the change.
From everything you've mentioned, you sound like an ESFP rather than an ENFP imo.
@The Big S
Ten years ahead of you, I can say that the dark thoughts stick around but as long as you're engaging with the world they get less intrusive as you get older. and there's so much you can do with your life. People change, but you change too. Certain things will stay the same, but not everything. I occasionally still fall into existential crises - I'll be in school 'til I'm in my 30s, so I often feel like I'm falling behind somehow - but it literally doesn't matter. different strokes for different folks. things can go from 'everything is meaningless so why try' to 'everything is meaningless, so why not' if you want them to. you may even be ahead of the game by examining these thoughts now rather than later.