Here Is The Top 'Love Language' For Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type
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Here Is The Top ‘Love Language’ For Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type

ENFP

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ENFPs displayed a preference for words of affirmation as a love language, followed closely by quality time and physical touch.

This type enjoys giving and receiving praise from loved ones. They feel loved and appreciated when they are told on a regular basis that they are cared for and valued. They also put a great deal of stock into spending quality time with loved ones and giving and receiving physical affection.

To love an ENFP, tell them! Shower them with verbal reminders of your affection and tell them exactly what it is that they add to your life. Additionally, set time aside to engage in activities that they enjoy with them – they will see this as an opportunity to bond. Last but not least, don’t shy away from physical affection! Most ENFPs love hugs, cuddles and other acts of physical affection.

When it comes to being loved by an ENFP, be open to them expressing their affection to you verbally! This type is prone to flattering others to a borderline excessive extent, but don’t brush off their comments as superficial – chances are, they really do feel as strongly about you as they claim to! Be open to them spending a great deal of time around you. And last but not least, reciprocate their physical affection – it’s their way of feeling that much closer to you. TC mark

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Artisans: ESTP / ISTP / ISFP / ESFP
Guardians: ISFJ / ESFJ / ISTJ / ESTJ
Rationals: INTJ / ENTJ / INTP / ENTP
Idealists: INFJ / ENFJ / INFP / ENFP

Heidi Priebe explains how to manage the ups, downs and inside-outs of everyday life as an ENFP in her new book available here.

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