When you tell Ne that there are limitations and rules Ne will take it as a challenge to find another alternative, whilst Fi is screaming that this is the right thing to do... well you end up with a stubborn dreamer who's out to prove you wrong. That and Ne's love for possibilities leads them to saying they can do 'anything' not just narrowing it down to one specific dream.
Type 7 ENFP. My personal anthem. (OneRepublic have a few other ENFP-like songs too... Counting Stars? yeah that one too)
NFPs and our chronic Peter Pan syndrome.
An ENFP (or INFP... cause let's face it, Florence is the epitome of INFP) trying to get out of a grip.
Type 4(?) More ExFP than just ENFP. Pink is obviously ESFP.
The difference between ESTP and ESFP is not clear. I'll give you that some of these choices can look like both of them.
My distinction between them is this: who makes moral choices and who is giving in to "audience" expectations from time to time?
The difference is Fi vs Fe.
Thus my selection...
At their worst,this is how every type is seen by the populace. Challenge it and bring nuances as to how you are totally not this stereotype. GO!
INTJ: The disconnected virginal misanthrope
INTP: The nerd/fantasy obsessed basement dweller
ENTJ: The heartless narcissistic megalomaniac CEO
I'm a Pinterester. I like it because (for the most part) it helps me organize my own thoughts, likes, dislikes, etc. Just wondering if there are particular personality types more attracted to sites such as Pinterest than others.
At least in MBTI terms. Everyone I talk to has a different idea of what it means to be an introvert or and extrovert within the framework of the MBTI.
Personally, I like the cognitive function model and I think that social introversion vs extroversion doesn't have an influence on if you're an E...