YES!Yeah, the friend who introduced me to MBTI (who is an MBTI-fanatic) had mistaken me for being an ENFP until he made me take the test, because I acted bubbly and outgoing all the time. I thought I was an ENFP too because I act a lot like my ENFP friend. (It was probably Fe?)
I generally don't relate to extroverts at all.
Don't really know any INFPs.
And thats why, I though I was an ENFP, at one time.For the longest time I didn't prefer extroverts at all, but enfp's are the most introverts of extroverts and a true joy to know when you can sit down in talk to them after their done doing what they do they really love to take in a mature conversation. I really enjoy it. You would be enjoying meeting one. ENFP's have a similar view as we do. we just show different parts of the problem.
I'm pretty sure it's impossible. If I wasn't veg, I would never know what to order at restraunts. If I'm buying clothes, I talk to one of the people in the store and make them decide what I"ll buy for me.Can you actually make them make a decision?
Because although I sometimes think that I have to always answer people's questions, I keep telling myself afterwards, that I don't have to answer them if I don't want to. But that all goes out of the window sometime later I guess. lol:frustrating:
Thanks!!! That really cleared up the Infp, and Infj thing.I'm pretty sure it's impossible. If I wasn't veg, I would never know what to order at restraunts. If I'm buying clothes, I talk to one of the people in the store and make them decide what I"ll buy for me.