Enfj partner

Your ENFJ partner has a fundamentally different view of the world and the realm of relationships. INTJs are characterized by their sense of independence and need for space. ENFJs, on the other hand, can demand a significant amount of attention, and can become resentful if they don’t get it. The ENFJ is fascinated by the INTP’s independence and creativity while the INTP is attracted to the ENFJ’s warmth, energy, and optimism. If the two end up married, the ENFJ partner has to be prepared to arrange common social rituals, such as attending other people’s weddings or courtesy visits. An ENFJs partner needs to be very aware of their tendency to neglect their own needs and get burned out. To maintain their healthy relationship, their partner needs to be able and willing to remind the ENFJ to take care of themselves as well. ENFJ individuals are outgoing and will never cease to inspire and entertain a partner. As this type of personality thrives in a social atmosphere, “givers” are happiest with individuals who are comfortable having a large social circle and the societal responsibilities that can be entailed in this type of lifestyle. ENFJ partners want harmony above all else, sometimes at the expense of their own needs. Conflict is upsetting to ENFJs, and they often avoid it. ENFJs are very sensitive to criticism and can become highly emotional and even punishing when their feelings are hurt. However, they have great insight about people, emotions and motivations; they are ... ENFJ Girlfriend: How to Understand Your ENFJ Partner ENFJs are known for being giving and affectionate people, especially when it comes to those closest to them. As girlfriends the ENFJ goes above and beyond to care for their significant other, and this is truly part of who they are. There is so much more than […] In general, the ENFJ is intensely and enthusiastically involved in their personal relationships. They bring fun and warmth into the equation, and are willing to work hard to make things work. Although two well-developed individuals of any type can enjoy a healthy relationship, ENFJ's natural partner is the INFP, or the ISFP. ENFJ Boyfriend: How to Understand Your ENFJ Significant Other Relationships aren’t always easy, but a big part of making things work is understanding your partner and their needs. Knowing your ENFJ boyfriends specific needs and the way they express themselves best, can help you get even closer to them. ENFJs can often seem like the […] ENFJ as a Partner / Spouse / Lover. ENFJ personality type people take relationship with their partner seriously. They want their relationship to exist for long time. This personality type people are those who found happiness in helping others. They will show this to their partner and make the relationships much stronger and committed. Developing Your Relationships as an ENFJ. To grow in your ability to love and care for your partner, here are some things you can do: See conflict as part of any relationship. Conflict is a necessary for partners to negotiate their needs with each other. It is the process for you and your partner to learn about each other.

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2009.07.25 11:58 lalalydia ENFJ <3

A friendly forum for those of the ENFJ personality type.
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2020.10.21 17:21 JayJayll Why each MBTI is in jail

INTJ: Either genocide or buying feces from the dark web, you choose
INTP: Was supposed to get pulled over for speeding, but then had five police cars chasing them because they were too afraid to talk to the officer
ENTJ: When their partner asked to be dominated, they thought they meant murder
ENTP: Tried flirting to a cop by talking about kidnapping, because they thought it was something you guys could both relate too
ISTJ: Faked their identity just so that they could get more coupons at Walmart
ISFJ: Nobody knows why your in prison either, but everyone hates you here
ESTJ: Tried to make someone happier by slapping them and screaming “stop crying.”
ESFJ: Saw a really nice man getting arrested for selling drugs and described to take full blame for any of the strangers actions because you knew deep down that they were just misunderstood
INFJ: Tried to influence people to murder because it would help with over population
INFP: Saw the beauty in a hit and run, and decided to pursue their dream
ENFJ: Set someone’s house on fire, just so they could say that they saved everyone from a house set on fire
ENFP: Signed up to be a bartender at a party when they had no experience, and ended up mixing gasoline in all the drinks
ISTP: Started beating up a barista just because they had a minor inconvenience today
ISFP: Had to rob because they “surprising” went broke after leaving their entire life behind for a music career
ESTP: Explained calmly to a cop they couldn’t have their license provoked if they never had one to begin with, and thought they that seriously wouldn’t get arrested
ESFP: Tried setting fireworks off at a funeral because they thought it would make people feel better
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2020.10.21 12:19 StynJ ENFJ-T self-love advice!!

Hey everyone!! I’m pretty new to all the MB stuff, but I was typed an ENFJ-T a couple weeks ago and have loved this sub!! I need some advice right now and thought this was a good place to start :)
My partner and I are on a break after having a real heart to heart, as she needs to figure out a couple things in herself that she can only do alone. She helped me realise I need to do the same, as I put too much of myself into other people, including her, and don’t give myself the same kind of energy or love or put myself first. So for the next few weeks (going into full lockdown again!) I want to try and learn how to give myself that self love and energy so I can become more emotionally independent.
You all seem like lil reflections of myself in so many ways, I thought I’d ask you all for advice!! (I hope this is okay for the sub, please let me know if it’s not)
Thanks to all you lovely people <3
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2020.10.21 11:24 shadowybabe What annoys you guys the most in a relationship?

So I am INFP(F) married to ENFJ(M) and I absolutely love him and think he deserves al the goodness in the world, but i have some issues with insecurities. I think it’s mostly because of my childhood but i find it so difficult to believe that someone actually genuinely loves me and cares for me.
Whenever i am upset, it takes me ages to open up and tell him, he figures it out in a second though that I am upset. Sometimes he would randomly change the topic while asking me what’s going on and that makes me feel like he doesn’t care and i tell him that and i know it hurts to hear something like that but I can’t help it. I have very little control over my emotions in such moments. I want to get better but I am scared he would actually one day really stop caring.
So yeah please tell me what annoys you most about your partner in a relationship and how would you deal with the situation mentioned above.
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2020.10.20 15:53 silly2044 Personality Types and People who are Most Compatible with My Values and the Types of People I Most Dislike

My personality type is INFJ. I want to be surrounded by friends who are similar to me in terms of their core values, interests, personality type and life experiences. In terms of friendship and romantic partners, I'm most attracted to people who have mid - high openness to experience; these are people who value art and culture over tradition and security. I greatly appreciate the aesthetics of art, architecture, music and natural scenery. I prefer art, creativity, imagination and non-traditional people and non-traditional ideas over following overly boring and overly restrictive traditional ideas or people. Although I appreciate many traditional ideas and traditional people. High openness to experience is related to greater ability for imagination, higher levels of curiosity, greater levels of creativity, greater ability for innovative thinking, greater appreciation for abstract concepts, greater appreciation for art or subjective reality, greater tolerance, and higher appreciation for beauty and aesthetics. I prefer people who are socially, culturally and politically moderate - liberal because those are my values and preferences; I also prefer people who are agreeable (kind, cooperative, easy-going), Type B personalities, and INFJ, ENFJ, INFP, ENFP or INTJ, ISTJ and ESFJ personalities. I dislike people whose personality types make them short-tempered, dominant, domineering, low in empathy, aggressive, demanding, unemotional or too focused on logic while devaluing emotions, too impractical, too emotional with less ability for logic or reasoning, hostile, mean-spirited, emotionally insensitive, overly conservative, overly competitive, low openness to experience, and people who are low in appreciation for beauty or aesthetics in art, architecture, music, and natural scenery. I hate people who are heavily involved in stupid and boring drinking or drug culture, overly disagreeable, intolerant, unimaginative, uncreative, overly traditional, overly conventional, and too status quo-oriented. All of the abovementioned traits are very unattractive and off-putting to me. I don't want to befriend or date people with these traits.
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2020.10.19 16:04 aMarathoner Intimate RELATIONSHIPS: only attracted to one or two types. Do you relate?

I have a problem. It's basically a market problem of intimate/sexual relationships. And no, it's not related to my market value. It's a supply-side problem. Or better still, a problem of market mismatch. Ok enough economic jargon...let's get to the point.
After years of mostly unsuccessful dating and a few long-lasting intimate relationships, after extensive self-analysis and observation, I've come to the conclusion I'm only attracted to a very small set of types when it comes to long term intimate relationships.
Of note that sexual and romantic attraction are inseparable for me.

ENFJ is for sure (by experience), ESTP quite likely, and theoretically it should work with ENTJ as well (though I'm not sure I've ever even met a ENTJ woman so far)
...and... that's that!!

All other types are either a no-no from the very beginning (little or no attraction), or else I know in advance it wouldn't work in the long run, which in turn makes short-term prospects less attractive anyway (I need to feel it could possibly last for long in order to be strongly attracted in the first place).

As you can see, this leaves me with a very limited pool of women who I can be fully attracted to, and that I would consider as potential partners. If it sounds like a harsh, rushed conclusion, believe me, I have done my thorough research.

I suspect this could have to do, at least in part, with being INTP.
So, anyone else with the same problem here? Of course women are very welcome as well.
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2020.10.15 13:02 Queen-of-meme For us ENFJ's with INTP partners. Picture below for human scale.

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2020.10.13 18:58 bluishgreen9 ENFJ cognitive functions development

I was more active than usual on this subreddit lately and I couldn't help but observe some patterns and beyond the descriptions on various websites this is what I understand from our cognitive functions and what they mean for enfjs. If anyone else has insights or understand this differently please feel free to leave a comment.
The theory itself as far as I know is that we are born with our personality, and it doesn't change, we just change the way we use these cognitive functions.
I feel like when someone gets a description of what it means to be an enfj they get a developed but at the same time also very general picture. Of course, that can never fully match our personalities because we are also shaped by our environments and context and each is different. But an ENFJ at 15 or 18 will be different than one at age 30 because our personality type with its cognitive functions is shaped by time and the experiences we go through. The theory itself says we do not change types, but that generally as people mature, they become more self-aware, wiser, and emotionally stable. Extroverts will become a bit more reserved and introverts a bit more social with time too, but we don't swap.
If we look at the cognitive functions we will see that our dominant function: FE develops first. From childhood to teenage years. That is why most people growing with an ENFJ personality type might be sweet, loving animals, having big hearts, wanting to help people, etc. They will be a bit insecure and needing approval, be really sensitive to criticism, maybe have perfectionist tendencies because of it, and do whatever they can not to disappoint in school or in their relationships. Make their parents and teachers happy and do a bit much for their friends if asked of them. We have a sort of a naiveté about us. That does not have to be the case, but with only FE developed fully, it would make sense why people would act like that in the early development stages. Fe means we focus more outwardly than inwardly. Then in theory again, from teenage years Ni starts developing up to 30. We will get better at connecting patterns, we will meet more people (extroverted nature) and with each experience learn to 'read better'. Ni helps us think not just experience. So while we become more aware of people's needs and motivations, we will also develop more knowledge about ourselves. We not only realise what others need but also what we need and who we are. Especially if we take the time to reflect on what is going on in our lives. We should not be as people-pleasing, validation-seeking or insecure as in the past. Though that can definitely last for a while in various degrees. But it should tone down. All of these get better with time. Technically speaking from age 30 we develop more extroverted sensing and introverted thinking. That means that we will be more likely to see things more concretely. We will become less impulsive and acting mostly on our feelings, and weighing the logical side more too, and getting better at identifying and solving problems. After a few romantic relationships most ENFJs might become too tired to always cater to their partners needs at the expense of their own and learn to take breaks, enjoy more time on their own. This is a good habit for us because spending time reflecting inwardly helps us to think in a more clear way and identify what our needs are and how to overcome problems. ENFJs will most likely be less focused on having a lot of friends and taking care of everyone, have a circle of close relationships and friends they really trust, and keep other social relationships at the friendly acquaintance levels. This would make sense because Fe means that while we focus a lot on others we are also getting drained faster than other extroverts so it cannot be sustainable to always help, always listen, be there for every single person out there, I don't think we can actually physically or mentally cope with that, the amount of naps needed is insane! We also crave deeper more meaningful relationships so we narrow down the social circles. Se and Ti Will balance idealism with a bit of pragmatism. So while we will always be more caring and helpful (strong empathy because of our dominant function) this will be balanced by the development of the other functions, and I would think that the vast majority of ENFJs will not have issues with having healthy relationships, maintaining a spark, with good optimism and leadership skills, becoming an asset to any partner or workplace.
Balancing our functions is a very important part of everyone's healthy development.
Trouble for ENFJs usually appears when we put too much pressure on our preferred (extroverted) functions also called the Fe-Se loop. If it goes on for too long, or we are under extreme stress we will become too focused on other people, we ignore our introverted functions, especially Ni- introverted intuition. This means we seek validation, we forget about our selves and our needs. Ni is crucial in helping us look deep within ourselves and develop self-care and confidence. The best way to go back to our healthy ways is to spend time on our own, reflect, read, and focus on ourselves rather than the others. This should in theory help break the Fe-Se loop. So don't worry, it won't mean you definitely have a personality disorder, you are just in a bit of a cognitive loop, and you can get our by reflecting and resting, alone.
When an Enfj does not feel like themselves is when they use their Ni-Ti functions too much. This can make one think they are introverted or selfish, a thinker, or a deeply introspective person. Also not great because we are healthiest leading with our dominant and auxiliary function.
Some will have a better balance of these functions already in their 20s. But none of us will end up the same, because personalities are unique, not one person is the same as another, despite perhaps some similarities.
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2020.10.12 01:24 fancybeekeeper Worn out by INFPs

Hello fellow ENFJs. I noticed this happens to me a lot and I was wondering if anyone else struggles with this. Basically, in every social situation I keep an eye out for people who might feel left out, I always talk to the people no one talks to, introduce them to others and I generally try to make sure they feel comfortable and included. But by doing this I found myself in various friendships with INFPs my age that seem to view me as some sort of parental figure. As much as I love listening, giving advice, motivating and encouraging people, I feel like INFPs in particular rely on me way too much to the point that the friendship revolves around their moods and feelings. They can be very sweet when they’re in a good mood but the rest of the time it’s me catering to their emotional needs and walking on eggshells not to ever say something that can be misunderstood because they’re so sensitive and needy. Because of this I ended many friendships with INFPs because I was just so tired of having to parent people my own age. Sometimes I feel like I have an ENTJ alter-ego coming out whenever I interact with them. I honestly don’t understand why INFP is considered the perfect partner for ENFJs, it would be the last MBTI type I’d date. Does anyone have any thoughts or feel the same? I’m sorry if there’s any INFPs reading this and feeling hurt.
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2020.10.11 22:07 Cikos98INFP ENFP's help.

Well not so long time ago i met a enfp girl. I am a INFP boy. I just cant quite grasp her way of thinking. Like as a ENFP what does motivate you and stuff. Like how do you choose your love partners and what are your fundamental rules. Ne first is so wild to me. Like i try to text her on the phone and i wait for the replay and it comes in a spam of 15min-2 hours mb up to a week. She said i preffer to meet people in person. My both parents are ISFJ'S my friend is a intp. Like to me intp was probably the easiest type to understand. And i can vibe with infj and enfj. But ENFP is so like weird but mb because we only speak on the Phone. Like i cant put this relationship in a shape. Like with other types espessialy introverts you know from the begging ow you are my friend or ow i hate you. But extroverted types are like crazy like it is really difficult to know their motives and to have any deep conversation. So i am asking you for help. First off all sorry to insult you. And then how to speak ENFP like what is your jam and also how do you act around people you like and dislike and what are your fears.
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2020.10.11 03:03 Silver_Dynamo Thought I'd let you guys in on my typing journey. [ENTJ to ENFJ]

So for the majority of my MBTI life (9-10 years) I had consistently typed ENTJ. The description was not too far off, I figured, save for the whole insensitive and domineering bit . Time and time again, I would achieve this same result. However, my girlfriend and one of her friends who are both very well versed in MBTI claim I am a actually an ENFJ. (Enneagram 3w2. Tritype 369).
This initially shocked me, but after a good amount of self-reflection, I couldn't really dismiss it. It seemed that being a male and being a primary type 3 had enough impact on me to portray myself as an ENTJ. I was typically a "leader" in my social-circles; a driven, goal-oriented, big-picture visionary who was always looking forward into the future, and put on an objective hat in the appropriate settings. (The Ni-Se was very clear in me). I was also raised by an ESTJ type 1 father, so that, coupled with being a man and a type 3 gave me a fair dose of Te. However, I also have very warm and approachable energy and am reflexively diplomatic, very collaborative, and highly adaptable. I am able to come face to face with almost anyone and establish some sort of rapport and have a knack for being able to read the room. Empathy and understanding how someone else feels in their own shoes instead of simply being self-referential was a skill I possessed as well, but didn't chalk any of this behavior up to a being an Fe-dom, rather, just eliciting decent human behaviors. I influence others via charm and charisma as opposed to more blatant displays of power and "steamrolling."
An insightful point was made as well when my partner made an analogy regarding Fe and Fi. Fe has multiple hats to wear depending on the situation. Fi has one hat and perhaps another one that's a slightly more polished version of that. Point being, they are going to remain more consistent and inflexible insofar as morals and values and social dynamics. My ability and willingness to be the person I needed to be depending on the situation at hand, along with my ability to be genuinely understanding, my concern for cohesion, and desire to gain a deep insight on the people that I interact with was more indicative of Fe-Ni than Te-Ni.
Something I'd like everyone to take away from this post is to consider gender and enneatype when determining your MBTI types. There is interplay between these things due to societal expectations and it's worth evaluating in your typing journeys.
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2020.10.11 00:55 Silver_Dynamo Thought I'd let you guys in on my typing journey. [ENTJ to ENFJ]

So for the majority of my MBTI life (9-10 years) I had consistently typed ENTJ. The description was not too far off, I figured, save for the whole insensitive and domineering bit . Time and time again, I would achieve this same result. However, my girlfriend and one of her friends who are both very well versed in MBTI claim I am a actually an ENFJ. (Enneagram 3w2. Tritype 369).
This initially shocked me, but after a good amount of self-reflection, I couldn't really dismiss it. It seemed that being a male and being a primary type 3 had enough impact on me to portray myself as an ENTJ. I was typically a "leader" in my social-circles; a driven, goal-oriented, big-picture visionary who was always looking forward into the future, and put on an objective hat in the appropriate settings. (The Ni-Se was very clear in me). I was also raised by an ESTJ type 1 father, so that, coupled with being a man and a type 3 gave me a fair dose of Te. However, I also have very warm and approachable energy and am reflexively diplomatic, very collaborative, and highly adaptable. I am able to come face to face with almost anyone and establish some sort of rapport and have a knack for being able to read the room. Empathy and understanding how someone else feels in their own shoes instead of simply being self-referential was a skill I possessed as well, but didn't chalk any of this behavior up to a being an Fe-dom, rather, just eliciting decent human behaviors. I influence others via charm and charisma as opposed to more blatant displays of power and "steamrolling."
An insightful point was made as well when my partner made an analogy regarding Fe and Fi. Fe has multiple hats to wear depending on the situation. Fi has one hat and perhaps another one that's a slightly more polished version of that. Point being, they are going to remain more consistent and inflexible insofar as morals and values and social dynamics. My ability and willingness to be the person I needed to be depending on the situation at hand, along with my ability to be genuinely understanding, my concern for cohesion, and desire to gain a deep insight on the people that I interact with was more indicative of Fe-Ni than Te-Ni.
Something I'd like everyone to take away from this post is to consider gender and enneatype when determining your MBTI types. There is interplay between these things due to societal expectations and it's worth evaluating in your typing journeys.
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2020.10.09 11:26 SteveF0X Making "artificial" emotions to satisfy Feeling

I read there are a lot of people like me who live (hours a day) in their world of fantasies and imagine to encounter their life's love. What do you think is the type most likely to imagine romantic stories with non-existent partners (if he were single)? Or stories in which romantic encounters happen and so on.
I was thinking about IxFP because the dominant introvert feeling needs to recharge of emotions. But they can also satisfy their need with art, right? So they could not need to "create" artificial emotions. They prefer to put theirselves on paper, in stories, Song etc, in a burst of ispiration. But when this may not be enough? It's possible they close theirselves in fantasies?
Other types... XNFJ? Both are romantic. ENFJs have dominant Fe, suffering loneliness much more. INFJs could develop the need to get a bit out of their Ni sometimes, and they've Fe aux.
Sorry for my short/bad analysis, but I am very curious about all this, because from an early age I have this tension to imagine "artificial" feelings in order to satisfy (in a somewhat illusory way) my need to have someone. I have also often thought of writing short love stories because I'm very good with dialogues and scenes (I already write a lot of fantasy stories). What do you think about it?
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2020.10.07 11:35 sagewarp 27 [M4R] Your #1 Storyteller

I am a 27M from the land of spices, seeking to make new friends and conversation partners. My friends describe me as an easy going, kind, interesting, creative and smart individual. I'd agree with them in all counts, had they known my flaws they'd would have said something bad as well or did they!!? (shhh... Haha).
I speak English and Tamil natively, I learnt Russian from my 5 year stay in Russia and I speak it enough to order food, hold simple conversations, joke around with friends and talk about everday life.
By profession I am an engineer, analyst, musician, poet, and a business developer. I worked in various fields/industries like heavy engineering, IT, marketing, psychology, and I have started my own projects in the recent months. As a musician and poet I have played in many live concerts, I am an improv musician and usually perform in live jams I usually get called on stage like so: "the next musician, I don't know what he's gonna play, he himself doesn't know what he is gonna play...", I'd like to imagine that as musical banter, I play the guitar, bass, sing and write/composé lyrics/music. I always involve the crowd in all of my songs, that way it becomes somewhat of a personal conversation, I like a wide range of genres from middle Eastern microtonal music to western classics to metal to punk rock to underground hip-hop and everything in between. Being a poet, in the past most of the time I used to write poetry for my friends to give to their girlfriends (some of them are now married to them, credit to my poetry ofcourse, hahaha). Now, I write it either at the beginning or end of the year as a sort of a memoir in form of a poem.
If any of you reading this knows about the MBTI, I am a ENFJ. For those who don't, it's a test that tells you about your personality and its fun you should try to find out. In short the ENFJ are one of the rare personalities in the world according to the test and the hero of the people (I believe everyone is unique and rare, regardless of the test) some famous ENFJs are President Obama, Ophra, Sean Conneary, Morpheus ànd the oracle from matrix, Daenerys Targaryen from game of thrones, and Lenore from castlevania to name a few. I have my fair share of epic stories to tell.
I love to talk about almost anything, I love being around people and I can be à good listener and one hell of a story teller, and I can be a good friend.
If you are made this far, thanks a ton for taking the time to read. If you think we can be friends that would be great. Thanks again and hope to hear from you in my DMs.
Stay safe and be well :)
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2020.10.07 04:24 Linalacouturier ENFJ's divorced from their partners, what happened?

Could you please state your partners MBTI, if you know what it is as well as elaborate why things might have not worked out?
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2020.10.06 18:07 sagewarp A friend in need is a friend indeed

I am a 27M from the land of spices, seeking to make new friends and conversation partners. My friends describe me as an easy going, kind, interesting, creative and smart individual. I'd agree with them in all counts, had they known my flaws they'd would have said something bad as well or did they!!? (shhh... Haha).
I speak English and Tamil natively, I learnt Russian from my 5 year stay in Russia and I speak it enough to order food, hold simple conversations, joke around with friends and talk about everday life.
By profession I am an engineer, analyst, musician, poet, and a business developer. I worked in various fields/industries like heavy engineering, IT, marketing, psychology, and I have started my own projects in the recent months. As a musician and poet I have played in many live concerts, I am an improv musician and usually perform in live jams I usually get called on stage like so: "the next musician, I don't know what he's gonna play, he himself doesn't know what he is gonna play...", I'd like to imagine that as musical banter, I play the guitar, bass, sing and write/composé lyrics/music. I always involve the crowd in all of my songs, that way it becomes somewhat of a personal conversation, I like a wide range of genres from middle Eastern microtonal music to western classics to metal to punk rock to underground hip-hop and everything in between. Being a poet, in the past most of the time I used to write poetry for my friends to give to their girlfriends (some of them are now married to them, credit to my poetry ofcourse, hahaha). Now, I write it either at the beginning or end of the year as a sort of a memoir in form of a poem.
If any of you reading this knows about the MBTI, I am a ENFJ. For those who don't, it's a test that tells you about your personality and its fun you should try to find out. In short the ENFJ are one of the rare personalities in the world according to the test and the hero of the people (I believe everyone is unique and rare, regardless of the test) some famous ENFJs are President Obama, Ophra, Sean Conneary, Morpheus ànd the oracle from matrix, Daenerys Targaryen from game of thrones, and Lenore from castlevania to name a few. Me, I have my fair share of epic stories to share as well.
I love to talk about almost anything, I love being around people and I can be à good listener and one hell of a story teller, and I can be a good friend.
If you are made this far, thanks a ton for taking the time to read. If you think we can be friends that would be great. Please private/direct message me, it is preferred to a comment, I will reply to every text. Thanks again and hope to hear from you in my DMs.
Stay safe and be well :)
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2020.10.06 18:01 sagewarp Your #1 Storyteller

I am a 27M from the land of spices, seeking to make new friends and conversation partners. My friends describe me as an easy going, kind, interesting, creative and smart individual. I'd agree with them in all counts, had they known my flaws they'd would have said something bad as well or did they!!? (shhh... Haha).
I speak English and Tamil natively, I learnt Russian from my 5 year stay in Russia and I speak it enough to order food, hold simple conversations, joke around with friends and talk about everday life.
By profession I am an engineer, analyst, musician, poet, and a business developer. I worked in various fields/industries like heavy engineering, IT, marketing, psychology, and I have started my own projects in the recent months. As a musician and poet I have played in many live concerts, I am an improv musician and usually perform in live jams I usually get called on stage like so: "the next musician, I don't know what he's gonna play, he himself doesn't know what he is gonna play...", I'd like to imagine that as musical banter, I play the guitar, bass, sing and write/composé lyrics/music. I always involve the crowd in all of my songs, that way it becomes somewhat of a personal conversation, I like a wide range of genres from middle Eastern microtonal music to western classics to metal to punk rock to underground hip-hop and everything in between. Being a poet, in the past most of the time I used to write poetry for my friends to give to their girlfriends (some of them are now married to them, credit to my poetry ofcourse, hahaha). Now, I write it either at the beginning or end of the year as a sort of a memoir in form of a poem.
If any of you reading this knows about the MBTI, I am a ENFJ. For those who don't, it's a test that tells you about your personality and its fun you should try to find out. In short the ENFJ are one of the rare personalities in the world according to the test and the hero of the people (I believe everyone is unique and rare, regardless of the test) some famous ENFJs are President Obama, Ophra, Sean Conneary, Morpheus ànd the oracle from matrix, Daenerys Targaryen from game of thrones, and Lenore from castlevania to name a few. I have my fair share of epic stories to share as well.
I love to talk about almost anything, I love being around people and I can be à good listener and one hell of a story teller, and I can be a good friend.
If you are made this far, thanks a ton for taking the time to read. If you think we can be friends that would be great. Please private/direct message me, it is preferred to a comment, I will reply to every text. Thanks again and hope to hear from you in my DMs.
Stay safe and be well :)
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2020.10.06 17:42 sagewarp Your #1 Storyteller [Friendship] [Chat]

I am a 27M from the land of spices, seeking to make new friends and conversation partners. My friends describe me as an easy going, kind, interesting, creative and smart individual. I'd agree with them in all counts, had they known my flaws they'd would have said something bad as well or did they!!? (shhh... Haha).
I speak English and Tamil natively, I learnt Russian from my 5 year stay in Russia and I speak it enough to order food, hold simple conversations, joke around with friends and talk about everday life.
By profession I am an engineer, analyst, musician, poet, and a business developer. I worked in various fields/industries like heavy engineering, IT, marketing, psychology, and I have started my own projects in the recent months. As a musician and poet I have played in many live concerts, I am an improv musician and usually perform in live jams I usually get called on stage like so: "the next musician, I don't know what he's gonna play, he himself doesn't know what he is gonna play...", I'd like to imagine that as musical banter, I play the guitar, bass, sing and write/composé lyrics/music. I always involve the crowd in all of my songs, that way it becomes somewhat of a personal conversation, I like a wide range of genres from middle Eastern microtonal music to western classics to metal to punk rock to underground hip-hop and everything in between. Being a poet, in the past most of the time I used to write poetry for my friends to give to their girlfriends (some of them are now married to them, credit to my poetry ofcourse, hahaha). Now, I write it either at the beginning or end of the year as a sort of a memoir in form of a poem.
If any of you reading this knows about the MBTI, I am a ENFJ. For those who don't, it's a test that tells you about your personality and its fun you should try to find out. In short the ENFJ are one of the rare personalities in the world according to the test and the hero of the people (I believe everyone is unique and rare, regardless of the test) some famous ENFJs are President Obama, Ophra, Sean Conneary, Morpheus ànd the oracle from matrix, Daenerys Targaryen from game of thrones, and Lenore from castlevania to name a few. Me, I have my fair share of epic stories to share as well.
I love to talk about almost anything, I love being around people and I can be à good listener and one hell of a story teller, and I can be a good friend.
If you are made this far, thanks a ton for taking the time to read. If you think we can be friends that would be great. Please private/direct message me, it is preferred to a comment, I will reply to every text. Thanks again and hope to hear from you in my DMs.
Stay safe and be well :)
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2020.10.05 14:46 ShantiMarleone Your friends types?

I have two close friends since I was 6, one ESFJ (definitely my best friend, thought we see each other not very often now) and the other ENFJ. Everytime I meet an INFJ we get along instantly, the closest friend I have now it's in fact an INFJ, we always get out by ourselves without other people. I'm in a small group of friends where I am mostly connected to an INFJ an ENFP and an ENFJ. I noticed I generally get along really nicely with all NF types, thought I can have problems with XNFP when their Fi gets in the way. What are the types of your friends or partners? What are your thoughts about MBTI and social relationships in general?
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2020.10.05 00:41 Cham-Clowder Infps, y’all is cool. Hi I’m an enfj, my partner is an infp

I love her very much. We have such a close relationship and just get each other innately. We have lots of differences but just enough similarity to feel a strong bond. Sometimes it feels like I get sucked a bit into her world and she almost doesn’t see me as a separate person lol but overall I just really appreciate how infps will actually think and talk with me about deep stuff and want to learn and grow. It’s a good match and I just love her
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2020.10.04 14:00 spence100 Lots of sex with most MBTI types, AMA!

Yo guys,
I’ve had quite a lot of hookups/girls I’ve dated (80 or so partners) and have always been fascinated with seeing how each type is in bed. I’d say 70% of them took the test and told me their type, 20% I am decently certain of, and the other 10% I’m unsure but took a shot in the dark.
I’m more than happy to answer any questions you have about my experiences through the years with any of the types and patterns I’ve seen - can keep it general or ask anything specific. View my thread history to see a couple other MBTI thoughts related mega posts I’ve made if you’re interested.
To start ya off, here’s the approximate breakdown of number of hookups I’ve had with each type.
ENFJ: 14
ESFP: 11
ENFP: 10
ESFJ: 9
INFP: 7
INFJ: 6
ISFJ: 5
ENTP: 5
ENTJ: 4
ESTP: 2
ISTP: 2
INTJ: 2
INTP: 1
ESTJ: 1
ISFP: 1
ISTJ: 1
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2020.10.03 18:05 feistymochi How to NOT appear as overbearing to your INTP partner? Written by an INTP

Hello lovely people! I've seen multiple posts here regarding your love and frustrations toward INTPs this past week. A question seems to be appearing repeatedly: "How to not appear as overbearing to my INTP?" Allow me to do what my kind loves the most: analyzing, giving analogies and finding solutions. Fellow INTPs please comment if you see something inaccurate. Let's roll.
Here’s a short list of how your INTP might annoy you: won’t express their feelings, wants to be alone, never say they love you, wouldn’t initiate, takes forever to text back, only wants to stay at home, doesn’t plan dates, wants to be alone, never does the chores, does the chores in the way that drives you crazy, wants to be alone….what else am I missing? How many items have you checked? Let’s see what we can do about it.
Before your INTP falls for you, they’re like cats. An INTP doesn’t care much for changing because they believe they’re their own cat person. But it’s different when your INTP cares about you. Now, imagine you are training an adorable Shiba Inu, a catlike kind of dog that is intelligent, independent, can be quite affectionate at times yet still wouldn’t really listen to you…sounds like someone you are dating? Odd.
Now, is it easier and more likely to train your Shiba Inu to learn one trick at a time, or to learn three tricks at a time? When your Shiba Inu cannot pick up a trick quickly, would you say “you’re not doing this because you don’t care about me” or “It’s okay baby, let’s try some other ways to help you understand”?
There might be quite a few things, as the list above suggested, that you’d like your partner to change. But since they’re Shiba Inu INTP, please rank your priorities, encourage them to change one thing at a time and be patient before they to get used to the new habit.
Just like training a puppy, we shall enforce positive reinforcement. Instead of saying “When you __________(behaviors you dislike), I feel like you don’t care about me and that makes me sad. I have doubts in us”, please say “I really like it when you __________(behaviors you like), it makes me think that you care about me. I’d love you to do it more often!” or “I think __________(behavior you dislike) can be improved because it can make our relationship better(or other positive effects), and I think you can change it by _________(your preferred behavior) What do you think? I’d love to brainstorm better solutions with you as well!” See the bolds? Use more think than feel, include positive effects and leave out negative emotions. All your feelings are valid, but including negative ones in the communication with INTPs won't be very helpful.
Remember to ask yourself, is your request reasonable? Are you asking for something that is disrespect of their freewill? If you are not sure about the answer, please ask your partner directly without euphemism. How do we do that?
Example 1: You cooked. Want them to do the dishes? When? Please say, “I need your help with the dishes _________(the time you prefer), thank you baby : )” How do you wish the dishes to be loaded? You can show them exactly how you want them to do it, and ask them if they don’t understand anything or disagree with your method. They won’t help you with chores at all? That’s selfish move, not INTP move. They’d do it, just not in your way? If you can’t successfully reason with them why your way is more effective and efficient, give them the wiggle room to do things their way. They might not be doing great in the beginning, but they will improve slowly but surely. If they are doing great in the beginning yet go back to their old habits after a short while, please be patient, encourage them and remind them to do it the way you prefer again just like how you would train your Shiba Inu.
Example 2: You want to see them more often? Please say, "I really like spending time with you, I want to see you more often! Are you available__________(a time you prefer?)" You might constantly feel like your INTP needs alone time when you want to see them. It is INTPs' nature to recharge in solitude, so try not to take it personal. You can openly discuss with them about spending how much time together would make both of you feel comfortable and adjust accordingly. Suggesting quietly doing your own things next to each other is a way that can help your INTP feel at ease while you can still see them. Don't lose hope cause personally speaking, when I get constant intellectual stimulations around my love interest, I'd have the urge of spending a lot more time with them. What kind of nerdy stuff are they into? Try to discuss about those things. You don't have to know a lot about that subject, neither should you feel insecure if you don't. Ask your INTP to teach you, ask questions if you don't understand, think of it as you are learning something new for fun and you never have to worry about taking an exam. It should feel quite rewarding to both of you.
Thank you for loving INTPs. Hope this guide of training your Shiba Inu helped you. Feel free to ask me more questions by commenting or messaging me directly! Dear ENFJs, you are love and you are loved. Virtual group hug!
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2020.10.03 16:33 sosyncd New podcast: Personality Love Lab by So Syncd

Hi! Hope everyone is well. It’s Jess (INFP) and Lou (ESFJ) here again from the So Syncd personality type dating app. Things have been going well with the app - we are growing quickly and over 150 couples have now found each other through So Syncd! We very much appreciate the feedback that some of you have shared and we are working hard on some big changes.
We wanted to flag our new podcast called Personality Love Lab. We noticed that there are a lot of resources about the theory behind Myers-Briggs but not many examples of how it plays out in real life. Personality Love Lab is a series of interviews with real couples of different personality types.
In the most recent episode, we interviewed Andy McNab (ex-special forces hero, functioning psychopath and best-selling author) and his wife, Lily. He’s an ISTP and she’s an ESFJ. The episode before is about a couple who met on So Syncd. It's a very lovely story - one of them is an INFJ and the other is an ENFJ :-).
We are just starting to record the second season and we are looking for couples who are interested in being interviewed. It’s just audio and we can change your names if you’d prefer. The couples we’ve interviewed so far have loved it. We even had someone cry because he was so touched by what his partner was saying (an ISTP of all the personality types!). Please email us at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) if you are interested in taking part :-).
Anyway, we hope you find it interesting and would appreciate any feedback! It's available on Spotify, Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts. Here are the links:
Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/personality-love-lab/id1521333665
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/56ODbsOfmbxDe4mYo4mDQt?si=ptT42-RaQ-GYJD4eGCiUEw
Personality Love Lab website: https://www.personalitylovelab.com/
So Syncd website: https://www.sosyncd.com
Jess and Lou x
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