ENFP-A - 2w3 - JEEP
Yes, precisely my point. I call our positivity as a defense of radiant splendor that encompasses us. It gives an illusion that we're bubbly creatures. Somehow society viewed people who are bubbly as dimwitted folks that just needed to be petted and hugged. When really we overwhelm individuals who have the chance to observe us on how limitless our capacity for mental observation becomes. You have to remember that the ENFP's main function is Ne. Ne is remarkably immense with this comprehensive sense to seek out new information to collect in the void. For as much as you see the tree up top soaking in the sun, there is also the same side of the tree in the dirt with an interminable amount of roots that lay burrowed and concealed. It can make for one odd old and twisted tree, yet with brilliant foliage of reflective light.Would it be a fair generalization then to say that an ENFP is someone who will eagerly show you her positive emotions, but carefully hide or restrain anything negative, except to those she really knows and trusts?
On one hand, people view me as a bubbly effusive blonde pixie when the right subject is brought up to spark my Ne into overdrive. In other times I'm the quiet but friendly mouse observing my world. You might even catch me muttering to myself in the hallway. Ne has to be expressed outward. I can keep up with most INTPs version of a mad scientist.
I always think of an ENFP and an INTJ like yin and yang. We use our sunlight to hide our dark thoughts and INTJs use their brooding dark side to hide that they have a very nice inner core. What makes us unique is that in both cases no one gets to view the other side of the yin or yang but only by a few chosen lucky souls. In away Ne being outward and bright like a star shielding a darker inner core and Ni darker external but brighter the further you go inward coming to a singular point of light.