http://personalitycafe.com/enfp-forum-inspirers/79972-official-enfp-enneagram-list.htmlPlease tell me your Enneagram with wing if you know it. I´m collecting data for a paper I´m going to write on correlations between personality typologies.
Read the descriptions: https://www.enneagraminstitute.com/type-descriptions/Alright, I know nothing about Enneagram. How do I get started? ><
That is correct thankyou!
Well your Fi was definitely apparent when you helped me through my INFP breakup more than a year ago. I'm glad you're here and able to spread your wisdom and comforting words. Keep that playful side up. Much appreciated.That is correct thankyou!
It wasn't easy to question myself on the type, as I ''tested'' INFP since forever and consistently year after year. However all other peripherals like Enneagram and Socionics were always ENFP or closer related to that. In the end it proved hard to determine whether I lead with Ne-Fi instead of Fi-Ne. I think my Ne is stronger in the end, as well is definitely my Te compared to basically all INFP's I interacted with. On top of that, i've behaved more social/networked/extraverted/impulsive/playful etc compared to INFP's, also the ones I've met offline.
It makes more sense in the end. I also think i'm healthier and more in-tune with myself as I get older (and finding the more playful and carefree side of myself again). Though, the latter also being more easily expressed now since I ''decided'' to ease up a lot on my norms and values that I once held so strongly (screw those values, they make me unhappy and it's mostly unhealthy idealism).
Surely I haven't changed completely, but let's just say that there's more room for (and giving more credit to) different perspectives on life. My Fi is a bit on the backburner nowadays as I really love to train my Te for life purposes because I kinda have to (besides, I can't ditch my Ne ... i'm way too curious for that )
Sooo, this is it, haha.
Those are very kind words, thank you - that means a lot.Well your Fi was definitely apparent when you helped me through my INFP breakup more than a year ago. I'm glad you're here and able to spread your wisdom and comforting words. Keep that playful side up. Much appreciated.
That's what we ENFPs are good at - the inspirers She'll always have a soft spot in my heart. But complete no contact was the best move we could have made. And for that, I'm grateful. We both appreciate each other as people and learned from one another. But, I'm now dating and INTJ girl and things have been amazing. I don't like to compare and I won't. But I've been looking for this kind of connection with someone for a very long time and seem to have found it. A level of ground-ness that I've needed. Have you dated since your last relationship 3 years ago? Thanks for caring man.Those are very kind words, thank you - that means a lot.
As i'm usually the one complimenting the other and remembering something specific about them (and to point it out to them again later), i'm not used to receiving such gestures.
How are you feeling (about the breakup) nowadays? It took me awfully long, it's been 3 years now. Now it's just memories and random thoughts. Or seeing their 'face' every now and then.