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    Post your thoughts on them. How do INFJs view ESFPs?

    Positives?

    Negatives?

    Other type threads coming up.

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    Much too dramatic.
    Much too dramatic.
    Much too dramatic.
     
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    I think they're fun at parties and they can be fun if they're guys. But I wouldn't trust them to hold the keys to my car...:D
     
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    I am guessing one of the women I know from work is an ESFP. She was constantly dancing and doing really, really showy stuff, going like the energizer bunny.

    I liked it at first, but I couldn't handle something like that day to day. When I used to have Se dominant friends, they would always urge me to go out so I would 'feel better.' Not to say that immersing myself in a change of pace is a bad thing, but being around a bunch of loud obnoxious people isn't exactly my ideal escape. :p
     
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    They are ok to be around, but sometimes...ugh!

    my younger cousin is one, and some days I have not a clue what to do with her.
     
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    One of my best friends is ESFP. We complement each other in SO many ways, and we get along really well. You'd think I wouldn't get along with ESFP's, but the vast majority that I have met I have gotten along with just fine.
     
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    They talk about themselves too much. Sometimes, I think it's the only topic they know.
     
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    Pretty much the exact same here. Though mine is my best friend :D
     
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    Never lock an INTP in the same room with one.
     
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    How do you tell the difference between an ESFP and an ENFP anyway? (I know them in theory, but they seem also similar in many things)
     
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