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Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. The "why" was for another user -- but I love that you responded to it. It was lovely and entertaining. I dont think its overly complicated, I do not like the abbreviatons though I actually prefer the names such as clown, advocate etc. Why I laughed at the end?
Because i thought you were the girl from the video, and thats what she said. Why I love you? I really liked the info from the video and loved her for that, didn't know you were a dude and because of social code it is not usual to say that here. But now that it's out thx for embedding it into. Now I forgot what I wanted to give as a fourth reason but maybe that answers the question. I've been using Myers Briggs for years, and it's somewhat complicated, but hands down with the function aspect of it -- there isn't a better personality study as far as I'm concerned.
I'm new to this personality thing, and am a bit sceptic. But I really love your video, and I can relate to lot of what you say. It's weird but reading ENFP stories make me feel understood a lot. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages and Hubbers authors may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others. To provide a better website experience, pairedlife. Please choose which areas of our service you consent to our doing so.
Be positive and reassuring. Think before you speak. Know that trust takes time. Don't pry too much. Try creating a fun atmosphere. Take them out to do their favorite thing. I love you too, stranger. You are a good one indeed. I'm not sure why you ask "why". But i can think of 4 reasons: Why I am sceptic? Because of things like the f0rer effect.
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It was a comment made by another fellow ENFP and I will merely post this here since I think it could be helpful for you and because I wouldn't even try sending this to the INTJs in my life reading the wall of txt might explain why. As an ENFP male also in a relationship with an INTJ I'd say that he probably considers seeing your warm and fuzzy side normal - and thus isn't making a big fuss when you express yourself because it's things running smoothly in his eyes.
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He'd only be speaking up when he doesn't see this side of you anymore because it would make him question if something has happened to make you close off emotionally from him. Remember that emotional expressiveness is considered the norm for him, not the other way around.
That doesn't make him right, just how an ENFP processes.
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ENFPs are astutely aware of changes in emotion from the close people in their life, especially their partners. I think sometimes because ENFPs are good at "bringing people out of the shell" that they forget to the chagrin of a private personality type like an INTJ that being privy to someone's innermost self ie: He probably isn't aware of how unusual it is for you to share this side to someone - if you explained this fact to him, I'm sure he would show more of the enthusiasm that he seems to be lacking.
As for his perceived lack of a need for emotional support, I would hazard an informed guess that this is actually him not wanting to ASK for emotional support. I personally do this for two reasons -.
If I have to ask for something then it feels obliging and, potentially, insincere when it is given to me. And I'd rather have no emotional support than have someone act insincerely around or toward me and believe me, I know the difference immediately. I'm often the sounding board emotionally for my friends and family, so it can be kinda unusual for me to openly express that I in fact am the one who needs help for once.
I will want to maintain the image of emotional fortitude that people expect of me, but ultimately I'm not made of stone and I need to be cared for just as much as anyone. This is true especially in a romantic relationship where I want to be mutually emotionally supportive with my partner.
INTJs are very rational. They are systems builders and logic deconstructors. I would say a solely logical analysis of your ENFP will always reach an inevitable dead end.
You need to think about emotional truth as well. Emotional honesty is not the same thing as rational truth, and trying to put an ENFP highly emotional through a lens that only assesses rationality will come up short every time. It may seem irrational that he tries to "brush under the rug" as you said - but I'm sure he is trying to correct these issues in his way nevertheless.
Conflict is never enjoyable for an ENFP emotionally I never want to feel combative with my partner , and such I try to be select and effective about the times where I must face problems. In other words I want to make sure that I'm not going into the battlefield till I know what my plan of attack is.
Personally I find that INTJs have such a staunch way of critiquing logical arguments that I an ENFP who processes my ideas aloud in a very haphazard way can feel like I'm not "ready" to bring something up with my INTJ because I haven't formatted my argument in a honed enough 'logical' way yet. They want their kids to think for themselves and make their own decisions, and so are likely to give them room to grow, and to challenge their decisions and thoughts at key points in their lives. The INTJ is not naturally likely to be an overly supportive or loving parental figure.