ISFP: Show them that you can be trusted with their innermost thoughts.
INFJ: You let them know you love them just the way they are.
Method 2: Grouping All Types By Their Dominant Perceptive Function
I wasn’t an athlete, wasn’t a theater kid. I wasn’t in leadership class. I wasn’t a stoner. I wasn’t popular, but I wasn’t unpopular either.
ESFP: Most likely to be the “Free Bird” person. Always has a drink in their hand, but doesn’t spend a dime for the entire duration of the festival.
ENTP: The smell of freshly cut grass. Finishing the summer reading just before the deadline for a prize. Drinking iced coffee after a bike ride.
ENFP: *Sweats nervously* NOTHING IS WRONG. NO IT’S NOT.
As an ENFP, if you hurt me, I’ll usually let it go. If you really hurt me, I’ll call you out on it in the moment. We’ll address it, I’ll be appeased, and then I’ll forget about it. It’s gone. Forgiven.
ENFP: Sitting half asleep on a beach chair near a lake, a book slipping out of their hands. A dog runs up to them followed by their attractive owner who apologizes profusely before recognizing the book the ENFP is reading.