Yeah, there were moments when they said what I imagined to be more of a weak Te symptom than Fi but the advice generally ends up being about the same, so being exact of the functions is not neccessarily needed if the advice still helps.I had a peek at the INTJ one also, and the interesting bit is that the page focuses on misuse of the Auxiliary function, Fi in the case of ENFP and Te in the case of INTJ, but doesn't mention this fact.
The INTJ one has the very interesting aspect of using Te as a protective filter, which I definitely had when younger, but it's getting better now. In general the page is pretty good, although it misses the effects of tertiary and inferior.
I cannot relate to the ENFP page obviously, but it does have an interesting quality to it, it describes ENFP's who are more in touch with themselves through an Fi that grounds them a bit more like an INFP. Having found their "meaning of life", there is a certain beauty to it that I find hard to explain (not to mention I've seen this maybe once in my life).
Maybe I used poor words, "at peace with themselves" may be better or "knowing themselves". It certainly does not mean they have everything figured out, just more secure in who they are.I was wondering about that "meaning of life" thing... Like that seems impossible for me to find, could better use of Fi really offer me that? Sounds a little too promising. I don't think Fi-doms are anymore sure about their meaning in the world than ENFPs.
Part I. Introducing the ENFP
Understanding The ENFP
How The Functions Manifest
ENFPs And The Enneagram
Struggles Only ENFPs Will Understand
Part II. Growing Up ENFP
ENFPs Across The Lifespan
Growing Up Intuitive In A World Of Sensors
Part III. ENFPs In The Workplace
ENFPs At Work
Defining Your Core Values
ENFPs And Follow-Through
Part IV. Unhealthy ENFP Behaviors
The Dark Side of the ENFP
Times Of Trouble: How The Shadow Functions Manifest
Moving Out Of The Shadows
Managing Your Moods
Self-Care For ENFPs
Part V. ENFP Relationships
ENFPs As Friends
ENFPs As Partners
ENFPs As Parents
ENFPs And Conflict
Part VI. How To Make It Work With Every Type
How To Make It Work With Every Type
Part VII. Celebrating The ENFP
Embracing Your Identity As An ENFP
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