I don't know her but it sounded like she used you as a rebound, therefore she's doing all these activities and want to be near you and move in with you so that she wouldn't be heart broken over her ex - which to me is disgusting- or perhaps she wants things her way and is throwing useless tantrum - whatever it is it sounds unhealthy , I advice you to stay away from her, don't chase her.My ENFP girlfriend just went 180 on me and ended it almost out of the blue. She went from being super invested and crazy about me, talking about the future, making plans for us and always seeking adventure or social events for us, to suddenly telling me she wasn't ready for a relationship and that she wasn't over her ex yet.
I am INFP, so I have to go slow, and am hesitant with new things so I wasn't always up for all the excitement. She pushed us to go fast and I did my best (it was only 4 months and she was talking about moving with me) Do you think that's why she ended it?
I know she's not the type to share a lot of feelings but I wonder if this is hurting her as much as it hurts me and she just can't talk about it?
I know ENFP's can be impulsive, was this just an impulse based on fear? She had been telling me she was scared of where we were going as we were getting serious (even though she pushed me to go there).
Should I try to win her back or are ENFP's not able to be won? If they can be won, how should I do it?
If she really cares for you and is getting mad for no reason and leAve you out of nowhere she'll come back to apologize if she is heartbroken over an ex don't bother , either way it's best to steer away from her
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