They have excellent communication and people skills. ENFPs, being very good with people themselves, certainly enjoy their company. They are very good at gathering information and analyzing it. They are action-oriented and are highly organized. They respect the idea of a system, but have an ability to retain their insightful view towards everything. The result, a good bonding between these two types. They like to lead a meaningful life. They are not very much into people as much as they are into ideas and theories.
In this pair, one is a speaker, the other is a listener.
One is a champion, the other a healer. Both of them are people-oriented and seek harmony in any relationship. There's a pretty good chance of them hitting off. They are self-confident and are always on the lookout for something new. They love socializing, and can approach all kinds of people with uncompromising charm and confidence. They sometimes tend to look at people objectively and insensitively, which is a bit intolerable for ENFPs. They value planning and structuring. They are generally assertive and not very good with emotions.
They have a leadership quality and love taking charge when situations go bad. They are good at handling people by communicating with them in an efficient manner.
They have a tendency to detach themselves in stressful situations, which might not go well with ENFPs. They are action-oriented, and believe in the power of 'doing' rather than 'thinking'. Their approach towards life is serious and focused. They love experiencing new things, and are often impulsive. Although, they tend to become over impulsive at times, resulting in commitment issues.
Their 'swim with the tide' approach might be a little too much for ENFPs. They are serious in their approach, and expect the same from others. They are not the emotional kind, too. Free spirited ENFPs might find it somewhat difficult to blend with them. Things may be a little tricky with this pairing. They are practical and problem solvers. They are not very comfortable with handling emotions. ENFPs may not find them too appealing. Although they are talkative and outgoing, they might not be very enthusiastic on the emotional side.
ENFPs are unlikely to be compatible with them. This makes them slightly inflexible, and spontaneity is not something that they might acknowledge much. Best of luck though!
Hopefully it works out! I m sure it can work out, if you try. ENFPs are pretty cool. Last edited by General Lee Awesome; at Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements. Originally Posted by DaphneDelRey. Originally Posted by Ntuitive. I agree with everything here! Do you have experience? If not then I'm really impressed. I know my situation is the other way around since I'm a guy, but I'll emphasize some of what's been said here. Learning Si from her was probably one of the most important things I've ever learned because I became so much more aware of why certain things happen, why things are the way they are, and how to better relate to people who use Si.
It's easy to talk to her and she listens really well and enjoys all the random things I do. She is also very amusing herself. The hard part though might be on your end because the interactions might be a little one sided, meaning the two of you will have to be willing to adapt to each others preferences. It's possible that he might only be willing to understand what he already knows, where as you will have to understand his perspective, which is something that ENFPs like to do, but it can sometimes be exhausting if you try too hard.
So in that sense, you might have to be patient until the two of you get to know each other. But what you really need to consider, since it can be difficult, is if it's worth it, because it does take work. It wasn't easy for us. There were a lot misunderstandings, but it's what made us grow. After being with her for 3 years it's been completely worth it because she is one of the kindest and most genuine person I've ever met, and I knew I wanted to spend the rest of my life with her.
Maturity is a really big factor.
ENFP and ISFJ – Compatibility, Relationships, and Friendships
We started dating when we were both 23, and I'm not sure if I would have been ready to compromise, in the way that I had to, if I we had started dating at an earlier age. I know I can't change her, but I can try to change how I react and relate. My comment was wrong before about who we are most compatible with.
I'm currently dating an introvert right now so it can work with any personality types. This is SO accurate! This is the first time i've read a personality test that makes sense and has actually helped me! Yes it was way off for me too. I am bad at every "good" career, and good at every "bad" career that they listed. And I definitely don't have a girl personality.
It's very much like me and explains a few things about who I am. Though I do like photography but would probably be more fulfilled in the serving occupations. This dead drivers m me but it's very predictable and boring personality type. It gives me a solid foundation.
He is curious and knowledgeable about many things and as such I'm always learning from him. He doesn't love to try new things, but when he is willing to, it's delightful for me. I'm so happy to have found a man who is thoughtful, attentive to details, and stable and reliable. Those things may seem boring until you have a life where they're absent, then you realize how valuable they are! Well, my list is endless really -- but those are the attributes that bubble to the top when I'm trying to articulate why I feel so lucky. After an extremely unreliable husband, dating an isfj is the most calming and safe experience ever.
I forgot to add, he is VERY masculine and athletic. These traits may be found more often in women, but it doesn't mean that men who share them aren't masculine. I am a INFJ and have 3 sons. We all took the test and my 14 year old son tested out as a INFJ also. The more I have thought about each of them and how they tested out, the more I see it.
My son actually took the test twice to make sure.
I don't think he was crazy about the results but it is so him! Thank you for giving insight on the male perspective and the positives you see there! He is so kind and thoughtful and caring, I keep telling him he would be a great vet or doctor!
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It's a great personality type to have. Glad you're so encouraging of your sons. My man is a biologist and he loves what he does! I think this type succeeds at whatever they decide to.
It's crazy to read something that is so me, reading this is like the person was sitting talking to me taking notes.