I'm jealous :wink:My mother is an ENFJ! Sometimes we're like best friends, but we can't live with each other for very long or else we get in really intense fights. When we don't live together, though, we get along great, and we can always count on each other for fun - we're both very playful and silly, and have a similar sense of humor. Sometimes she's too silly when I want her to be serious, though... and I guess sometimes I'm too serious when she wants to be silly :crazy:
She is my mom though, and we do have a lot of complicated history, so I'm not sure what it would be like having another ENFJ as a friend. I don't really know much about the ENFJ/INFP dynamic in a normal relationship.
Sounds nice to me though :crazy:I have an ENFJ supervisor. Our relationship is very complicated. I think we love each other on a deeper level but we can't stand each other on another level. Where we clash is where my strong value system meets his strong need to people please. He will please people at all cost where I will not. I will stand up to bullies and tell them what a worthless piece of crap they are. He does not care for that traits in me. And I see him as a weak person for not standing up to these people. He sees me as a weak person for not over looking them. We drive each other crazy.
From my experience ENFJs are indeed the best at being simultaneously adorable as a kitten and scary as hell.People think of me as ENFJ in real life, and I have to admit, I do pretend to be one often so it wouldn't be as awkward than if I were to just be myself.
I am actually a bit annoyed with some ENFJ's, but mainly when I'm introverting. XD However, they are SO adorable! And very scary sometimes.
Overall, I like them. But just as much as any other type.