I totally agree with all these things. I could see ESFP potentially working with an ENTJ guy. Definitely someone strong who can handle her and reel her in sometimes, whether he's strong in a dominant way or a quieter one. All the ESFP women I know (seven of them, as far as I can tell) are very strong personalities and need someone who can let her be herself but is sure enough of himself that he won't let her run him over. The three I know who are married (all happily) have found exactly that.I think ESFPs in general will possibly want someone who won't upstage them, they are the performers after all, but won't hold them back either. . . . I think the laid-back extravert would be perfect as someone who would keep up with the antics and have fun but also let her shine. Then again, some ESFPs might want someone to match them in a big dramatic way (a totally explosive, over the top relationship!) or someone who leaves her to do her own thing.
Nah, the ESFP demolishes the ESTJ because the ESTJ is very weak with Fi while the ESFP is pretty strong at it, at the same time the ESFP is very weak to Ni but the ESTJ is oblivious to Ni so the relationthips is out of balance in favour of the ESFP.istj or istp! i think entj or estj would run them over.
It sounds like you made a lot of mistakes in your relationship. I hope that you've had a lot of valuable learning experiences and that you're capable of putting a genuine smile on your face. I mean, all these problems she had should've been very obvious to you before you even decided to get married. What was going through your mind? You should've left her a long time ago, but instead you proposed to her and after she disrespected you, you still didn't dump her.
Everything that happened to you is your own fault because you let it happen. I couldn't care less about her but I feel sorry for you. I wish you could go back in time and slap your former self silly for the huge mistakes he's making on a dailly basis.
Haha! I find your last paragraph very true. I think each type is presented with a dilemma. ESFPs is that you are obsessed with what you see as power but can't cope with someone else having/channeling/experiencing/being seen to have/etc. more than yourself.I am only attracted to thinkers. I find male feelers very clingy and I hate to feel suffocated.
I love confidence but NOT arrogance.
I get bored of submissive men because I love to be dominated. But don't get us wrong; being massive analysers, power is very important to us ESFP's and we can tell when it is being used to manipulate us.
Being in a relationship with an ESFP may always lead to power struggles, so bear that in mind if you're planning on pursuing one in the near future.
why didn't you call her a bitch .-Why don't you call me a b!tch or something to let me know you have a soul.
you dont find her loud jokes funny , in return its only natural if she does not find yours funny as well .-You have no sense of humor.
read-you have no emotions .-You never get mad; you have no personality.
a typical INTJ behaviour would make an ESFP feel so . no surprise here .-You don't want me to have fun.
all intuitives make up big words to make sensors feel stupid .-You make up big words to make me feel stupid.
sensation tendencies finding intuitive tendencies week and boring .-You don't act like a man. Why don't you get a "man" job? You just want to read stupid books about things that don't matter.
you dont think you are smarter than her , but she thinks so , but you aint smarter than her anyway .-You think you are smarter than me and you are not smarter than me.
you do have a soul its just an ENTJ an ENFJ or an ESFJ would see it better than an ESFP .You have no soul.
you dont have to say that , just cause she did not get along good with you doesn't make her extreme/unhealthy ESFP.I hope this doesn't come across like I dislike or judge ESFP's. I know that every personality type has an extreme/unhealthy possible expression.