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This is a discussion on Ask an ENTJ a question! within the INFP Forum - The Idealists forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; So I've heard many people say that INFP ENTJ matches are heavenly. Since I'm an ENTJ and I'm super addicted ...

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    ENTJ - The Executives

    Ask an ENTJ a question!

    So I've heard many people say that INFP ENTJ matches are heavenly. Since I'm an ENTJ and I'm super addicted to PerC, I thought I'd come answer any questions you amazing idealists may have for an ENTJ. I guess that's pretty egoistic, but it's a personality flaw ;) I'm crushing on an INFP so I can answer relationship questions (him and I are pretty close) as well as most other questions because I'm pretty open about myself.

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Love me some ENTJs! lol I'll bite. I'm wondering: how are you guys in a relationship, particularly when it's just starting out, just talking, and things aren't exactly close to being "official?"

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I made a post on your forum (long back), I would love it, If you answer all those.
    Here's the link- https://personalitycafe.com/entj-foru...entj-infp.html

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    INFP - The Idealists

    I'm actually interested in how having Te as your dominant and Fi and your inferior affects your life and your outlook on relationships. Since idealist are the exact opposite.

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    INFP - The Idealists

    If you can sell your car to a close friend for $1000, and to a stranger for $1200, which do you choose?
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    INFP - The Idealists

    What has drawn you to the INFP and visa versa?

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    ENTJ - The Executives

    Quote Originally Posted by Essencia_79 View Post
    Love me some ENTJs! lol I'll bite. I'm wondering: how are you guys in a relationship, particularly when it's just starting out, just talking, and things aren't exactly close to being "official?"
    Based on your question, I'm assuming the relationship is close but not an official romantic relationship. In this case, it's pretty open and intense. I tell it like it is all the time, he knows where I stand. He, on the other hand, doesn't tell me his emotions too much but for some reason I can just sense it. There's less of a reservedness and little insecurities than most relationships. The chemistry is as intense as you would find in some cheesy vampire romance novel, I can't even explain it in any other way.

    There are also some disadvantages by all means. He's a bit too emotional and romantic for my tastes. His head is always in the clouds and he doesn't understand my needs like the fact that I need stability, honesty, and for him to use logic when making decisions for/about me. He's also quite insecure, which really bugs me because I'm not good at complimenting him (or anyone else, for that matter) over and over again, it makes me feel weak. However I don't think healthy INFPs deal with this.
    I'm doing the best I can but this is a broad question and our relationship is near indescribable. If you have any questions that are more specific, I'd love to answer!
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    ENTJ - The Executives

    Quote Originally Posted by ToneeTales View Post
    I'm actually interested in how having Te as your dominant and Fi and your inferior affects your life and your outlook on relationships. Since idealist are the exact opposite.
    My cognitive functions are pretty weird, so I don't know how well I'd be able to answer this. I actually have a pretty strong Fi, it's only third down on the list, and my least used function is actually Fe. However, I think I can answer about Te Dom. Because I have Te dominant (and I'm guessing my other functions and enneagram also play onto this), I usually see relationships as a waste of time and a weakness. I don't like getting my head clouded up with emotions because my brain is always like "I have more ambition than this" and I try to stay away from relationships as much as I can. Te is basically all about planning/organizing/compartmentalizing in order to reach the highest level of efficiency and productivity you can manage, and if emotions don't come into my planning (they usually don't..), then I see them as counterproductive and inneficient.

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    ENTJ - The Executives

    Quote Originally Posted by au contraire View Post
    If you can sell your car to a close friend for $1000, and to a stranger for $1200, which do you choose?
    I would definitely sell it to the close friend, I'm not heartless :P contrary to popular belief. If the difference between profit was more defined, say over $1000, I might consider choosing the other option, but I don't think ENTJs are too money-driven. We strive for power, success and to fulfill our ambitions. If money clings to us along the way, we simply don't put on an act of false modesty and instead embrace the power money gives us.
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    ENTJ - The Executives

    Quote Originally Posted by Acey View Post
    What has drawn you to the INFP and visa versa?
    I don't think I am specifically drawn to INFPs per se. In fact, I think any one of the four NT's would be of my preference, and then an xNFP would come second. (Any other type does not seem like one I would engage a romantic relationship with, however I could imagine being good friends with most).

    However with this particular INFP and I, I feel like we are just the living example of "opposites attract". We are different in mostly every aspect but alike in the ones that are necessary to keep us interested. Being a type 8 enneagram, my passion is lust. I think he is alluring to me because of the intense feelings he makes me feel, whether it be hatred (not uncommon) or love or even lust. I cannot really speak for him, but he thinks that I am more passionate and "real" than girls he's dated before. He finds the fact that I am so logical, manipulative, and hard on myself amusing, and he likes to try to get me to bring my guard down.

    That being said, at least with this particular relationship in general, I don't think it is very healthy. While opposites may attract, attraction is by far not the only thing necessary to sustain a relationship. We understand each other's unspeakable emotions a lot, but there is little mutual understanding of beliefs as a whole. We have very different values, and a lot of it seems like infatuation so far, but oh is it a beautiful type of infatuation.
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