A healthy ENFP is outgoing and welcomes new people into their lives with warmth. An unhealthy ENFP is reclusive and guarded.
What Are ENFPs like? ENFPs are the warm, excitable idea-generators of the Myers-Briggs Inventory. ENFPs are ceaselessly passionate and insatiably curious about the people and the world that surrounds them.
Your ENFP unit is capable of constant snacking as well as completely forgetting to eat.
Because extroverted intuition and introverted feeling are the two main functions of ENFPs (and therefore the most readily apparent), quite a few stereotypes develop about how this type behaves and processes information.
ENFPs are fiercely individualistic. This type knows what they want out of their own lives and they aren’t interested in arguing with anyone who disagrees.
You’ll never have the same day twice.
These types may share all four cognitive functions but they use them in completely opposite order – leaving plenty of room for conflict.
ENFPs and INFJS are both kind of ambiverted.
ENFP-ENFP friendships tend to burst into existence quickly, enthusiastically and happily – in classic ENFP fashion.
The ENFP-INTJ relationship is theorized to be one of the best MBTI pairings. But there are many potential trouble areas.