Who doesn't like ESFPs? Every confirmed ESFP I know is a wonderful, sweet person.
@wgvlvcrazy's statement comes from Keirsey's type matching theories, and while I can't argue that SJ and SP can be a great match (I love my ISFP girlfriend to bits) I think that relationship matches have more to do with personal values than type. I see happy couples of all kinds of combinations.
One of the most respected people I know is an ESFP. She's a truly amazing lady My youngest brother is also an ESFP, and he is probably my favorite person to hang out with in real life... no joke! He's very sharp, goofy, and sweet
Coolio, Stephen, I'm a ESPF, if you didn't know, so cool, I guess! I guess I'm sweet and wonderful...I'm the only one who seems to recognize that, though... well, thanks Elstevebo, you're a classy guy.
I was simply quoting a page about MBTI and the cogitative functions. it says "Although we are attracted to people who are very different from us in the way we deal with the world, we are most attracted to others who have a similar focus in their lives. Couples who have the same dominant function in their personalities seems to have the longest and happiest relationships. So, for example, an individual whose dominant function is Introverted Sensing (ISTJ or ISFJ) seems to be naturally drawn towards partners with a dominant function of Extraverted Sensing (ESTP or ESFP).
My best friend's an ESFP and everyone loves him. He's fun, charming, caring, open, adventurous. Sure, I've had moments of being annoyed with him - he will agree to pretty much anything, even when it's clearly unrealistic and he forgets things I'd rather he remembered, but it's hard to be angry for long. I can't think of anyone who actively dislikes him.
Wow, why do I love this thread!?!?!?!:tongue:
I "like" all of you back... no..... I love you! :crazy: I like esfps too whenever I meet one we tend to hook up and have a great time Allthough, I'm not too found of my own company... hate being alone!