I love them! They are really nice and friendly and optimistic about everything.
Lucky me … my wife is an ENFJ :laughing:I'd like to have a romantic relationship with one of them.
Agreed. We have our moments like any relationship, but we are a good match.I believe an ENFJ is one of the best fits for an ISTJ.
Those feelings they got there are given such emphasis that its almost considered a radical view when compared to myself. My father is something close to an ENFJ if not an ENFJ (I haven't studied the very similar types enough to know) and we get along great but we are too different to really get each other, which is nothing new for most types. They get a real kick out of being loved and showing affection. I consider them our greatest suspect of provoking the ghastly uncomfortable hug! I admire them very much for living for others to such an extent, but I also think the reliance makes them to be too vulnerable for the same reason. Working in a restaurant these people are some of the best servers, and enjoy their job from what I can tell.
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I was just pointing out their touchy feely nature didn't mean to imply they don't catch on to that stuff. Got an uncomfortable hug from an ENFJ because I help her like crazy, and she learned from what I can tell.My ENFJ coworker is EXTREMELY aware of and respectful of my personal space. He's very insightful; I am grateful for it in my own way.
I love ENFJs...
According to the socionics theory, ISTJ and ENFJ are supposed to be the best match.
Their general interaction: The ENFJ is in doubt, but the ISTJ reassures him with his reliability. On the other hand, the ISTJs needs an extra "push" to get excited about life, which the ENFJ does really well.
More info on it here: ISTj/ENFj duality description - the16types.info Socionics Forums
This, of course, is much more apparent after long, close interaction.
Tell me what you guys think...
Too bad the ISTJ and ENFJ hardly notice each other when they encounter each other... :sad: