Andrea loves to write about the zodiac, Myers Briggs, and texting. She also has two cats. The ENFP is the champion and is loved by many. If you're not familiar with Myers Briggs personality testing, the ENFP is one of 66 personalities with preferences in extroversion, intuition, feeling, and perceiving. The ENFP in romance is fairly open about letting people know how he feels. It isn't as mysterious or complicated as say — an INTJ or an INFJ. Neither of those personalities are jerks, but they see things on a level of introverted intuition that others don't, and frankly the INTJ and INFJ are confused that other people don't see as much stuff right out in the open. The ENFP, on the other hand, has extroverted intuition, so they're not filtering as much about their romantic interests.
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And the ENFP, lo and behold, is often taken by the quiet INTJ and INFJ. In fact, it craves finding one because together they make an ice cream sundae. If you want to date an ENFP, keep in mind that you need to be willing to devote a lot of attention to the person. Honestly, you should be devoting attention to any romantic partner. The ENFP loves affirmation almost as much as it loves to give affection to you.
Give the ENFP lots of: The ENFP desires to see you come out of their shell. They're gaging how well you come out of your shell around them. If they like what they see, they'll keep drawing you out — and likely they'll blurt out how much they like you. They are not drawn to boring situations (or people).
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Instead, they need stimulation and spontaneity. If that scares you, then look another direction. The ENFP can't be tied down to something too calculated and structured. They desire the world to be more open, free-flowing, and bright. Be sensitive when giving an ENFP criticism.
If you're really talented, you'll tell them what's bugging you without it coming off as criticism. The whole NF family is terrible at criticism. They think about it more conscientiously than most. The ENFP and INFJ have super strong desires to get things right. They're perfectionists.
And people pleasers. In time, they may improve on this aspect of themselves and be more cool about it. But in the meantime, don't come down too hard on your ENFP. Give them as much encouragement as possible. Lead them gently through trouble.
If you cloud them up with too much criticism, they'll turn so far inward that you won't be able to reach them.