Last week:Firstly, if you can relate to the two descriptions equally, have you thought of why? ESFPs and ENFPs can be very different under the surface, and if your relation to some of the characteristics of either type is situational, you may want to consider your motivations instead. Can you post your exact amounts on the functions test? It may be a good indicator if your Se and Ne are close together.
ISFP seems very similar, I'm always mixed between INFP, ENFP, ISFP, and ESFP. =/Well, it appears your results are fairly consistent, with some variation. Have you considered ISFP or ISFJ instead of ENFP? It doesn't seem very likely that you are, if you agree with the functional assessment.
I don't have much, i'm not sure which applies to which. Type wise. I know for example Se means Extroverted Sensing, and Si means Introverted Sensing. I will try to learn today. I know that, both INFP, and ENFP have Te. But I wouldn't know how to apply them to myself. I don't know my cognitive functions, or is it more simple than you think?Well, I'll ask again, as I did in Ventrilo - how solid are you on your knowledge of functions?
Yeah I was stereotyping, my apologies . . .I know it's not totaly true though, that's why I tried to say especially good at math. Like it comes super naturally . . . not trying to offend but most of the people I know who are like 3 yeas above in math are Ns but . . . Anyway I'm sorry I wrote it I wasn't trying to offend anyone and if I was smart I would have forseen this response. It was a sloppy indicator unthought out on my part. I know for a fact that there are exceptions me and my sister for example aren't great at math and are both Ns so yeah.
I can relate to both Fe and Fi, but I guess I do actually identfy more with Fe, a lot and yes also to Si. If Fe means to express your feelings more easily.It's not as simple as deciding if you're a J or P. Since ISFPs use Fi-Se and ISFJs Fe-Si, which do you identify with more?
Fe, does sounds a lot like me then, if that is what you are explaining. Thanks for all your help Grey, unless you have something else to add. roud:Fe has more to do with feeling expressed outward than inward, yes. Although many attribute Fi to strong opinions and ideals (inner value system, often finding itself applied to the outer world), Fe is very much the same. The difference is, however, that Fe does not consider 'I' first, but the first impulse is 'others', and those considered important. Many people feel that they are kind and always think of others first, but you have to observe your first impulse and go from there. I try to consider others when making decisions, for example, but my first impulse is always to do what I find logical and most beneficial for I alone.