It's hard to type sometimes, but other times it's easy, especially when you start from S/N, then P/J.
Yes, they are.Aren't the NF's the "literary" humanities types which are occupied with meaning?
How do you type the E/I in them? It seems to me the I's are more condescending...Yes, they are.
So literature and the arts are common areas of interest for NF's.
Also, you will find them in fields such as health and education quite commonly.
I was actually referring to whether a person may be INFJ / INFP or ENFP / ENFJ.
What makes it tricky with the NF's is that an 'I' type could express as quite outgoing and an 'E' type as more reflective.
The NF's tend to blend within their Temperament like chameleons ...
In terms of the NF's specifically ...How do you type the E/I in them? It seems to me the I's are more condescending...