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ENFP + INFJ = ?

Discussion in 'Relationships and Sociology' started by sassafras, Jul 14, 2010.

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    Just wanted to post an update to say the concert is happening this week, and my ENFP bandmate has come through with flying colors so far, with investing in the project, practicing diligently, agreeing on a schedule that is planned enough to work for me and flexible enough to work for him, and communicating well when toes get stepped on or feelings hurt. It's been a pretty awesome learning/growing experience for me. Successful so far and I would seek out other ENFPs to work with because I like this dynamic.

    Unlike my other-type friendships, this one involves very connected listening and sharing, with more depth and vulnerability than most people I've met are capable of. Lots of thoughtfulness and awareness on both sides of the potential for the other person to have differing needs. And so much room and acceptance to be weird and crazy alongside serious and intense. I haven't had many friendships where both modes were equally welcome and present.

    It's not a love relationship, just a friendship, and I don't know what it's like to be in a love relationship with an ENFP. But the friendships I've had with ENFPs have been great as long as I keep my expectations flexible and communicate my needs.

     
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    What you wrote mirrors my experience too. I have a close ENFP friend and we've been close for about 12 years now. We're completely open and explore our crazy and weird sides. Mine is pretty tame but it's very much there. I can appreciate all the weird places my ENFP goes. It's fun to go for a ride too. It's been a really rewarding long term friendship.
     
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