"You Are Someone Who:
*Has a great interest in relationships, ideas, and discovering the meaning of life.
*Tends to start many things (including relationships) but may not finish them."
Stage 1: NT meets NF. NF is enamoured of NT, falls head over heels. NT is characteristically cautious, but interested. NFs
are fun, after all.
"While it is wonderful to sit around and discuss how amazing we INTJs are, there are other types in the world and we
generally have to deal with them more than with fellow INTJs. As a result I will be making weekly posts (as long as there is
a good response) about how INTJs interact with others to get feedback on the experiences we INTJs have had with other types
and how we've learned to deal with them successfully. The first one was posted last week."
The ENFP will bring much energy to their marriage/relationships
The ENFP will have no difficulty apologizing to mate and children when needed
The ENFP is very friendly, outgoing in most situations
The ENFP is strongly communicative and NEEDS it from a mate
ENFPs can be very harmonious in relationships/li>
ENFPs enjoy romance in all ways…they NEED romance
ENFP Conflict Reactions Personality Traits:
ENFP will likely feel uncomfortable, misunderstood in conflict
ENFP will likely take the conflict personally
ENFP will desire to find a harmonious solution to the problem
ENFP will not usually take the most logical approach to finding the solution
Relationships of an ENFP (Champion)
QUASI-IDENTICAL -- with ENFJ IDENTICAL + with ENFP BENEFACTOR - with ENTJ
COMPARATIVE + with ENTP
BENEFICIARY - with ESFJ LOOK-A-LIKE + with ESFP ACTIVITY + with ESTJ
SUPER-EGO ++ with ESTP
MIRROR ++ with INFJ CONTRARY - with INFP SUPERVISED - with INTJ
ILLUSIONARY - with INTP
SUPERVISOR - with ISFJ SEMI-DUAL + with ISFP CONFLICTING --- with ISTJ DUAL
+++ with ISTP
Activity • Benefit • Comparative • Conflicting • Contrary • Duality • Super-Ego • Identical •
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is the name of a personality test designed to assess psychological type. It was
developed by Katherine Briggs and her daughter Isabel Myers during World War II. The use of type follows from the theories of
Carl Jung. The phrase is also sometimes used as a trademark of CPP Inc., formerly known as Consulting Psychologists Press,
Inc. The trademark is owned by the Myers Briggs Type Indicator Trust, and when used as a trademark it must include a
registered trademark symbol after the name, i.e. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® or MBTI®.
"Here are some brief descriptions of the 16 types, along with the best fit, possible fit and least likely fit for a
relationship based on personality type. Gender is not a critical factor in this method- type is reliable regardless of
gender. I have also included the percentage of the US population for a given type, to aid you in your search."
The ENFP is a creative thinker who sees all humanity as connected to a cosmic whole, and gives of himself tirelessly to
improve the condition of his fellow man.
Whether he's creating bizarre religions aimed at bringing us all back to our origins as immortal space aliens made of pure
thought or conducting seminars and classes on alien abduction, the ENFP is always seeking the answers to the great mysteries
of life, such as "Who are we?" and "How can I use two tin cans and a Radio Shack multimeter to bring enlightenment to the
world?" and "What is it with UFOs and anal probing, anyway?""
"The basic theme of the ENFP's life is self-expression. The 1960s emphasis on self-awareness and group dynamics, the
conversation pits where talk of peace and love and "flower power" took place, epitomize the values of the ENFP. The more that
people can be themselves -- and be affirmed for being themselves -- the more growing they will do and the more that they will
contribute to the good of society. ENFPs believe that and will give their energies to help others achieve their goals. It's
possible, however, for their enthusiasm to lead them in so many directions simultaneously that they can squander their best
intentions, leading to frustration and self-punishment."
The obvious difference between Julie and I is the introversion/extroversion difference. Julie got one point for introversion:
writing (which to her, doesn’t count - it’s still communicating). I received zero points in extroversion.
On the negative side, Julie is constantly talking. Let’s be honest - she never shuts up. You would think talking at the brick
wall of her introvert husband would get old, but it never seems to. "
"As it happens, my husband Robin has INTJ preferences and is also a type professional. So I invited him to read the email
postings by this person and render his opinion. He likewise noted behaviors that appeared contrary to an INTJ pattern. We
recorded our conversation on the video below so we might share those insights with you."