Estj enfp dating
Many ENFPs believe they can do anything they set their mind to but for the purpose of this article let’s try to view it through MBTI theory and cognitive processes.This part might be a little boring or complicated but bare with me.However, personality dynamics are more complex than this.
The ESTP-ENFP relationship has 2 preference similarities and 2 preference differences.
Even though the ENTJs introverted feeling is their inferior function, they still understand it a lot more than extroverted feeling; that’s why it should be easier for an ENTJ to get along with an ENFP then with an ENFJ who has dominant extroverted feeling.- provide inspiration and motivation- fun to be with- open to new ideas and experiences- usually loyal and dedicated- very supportive As you see, there are benefits for both sides in this relationship and the strengths of one type can compensate for the shortcomings of the other.- ENTJ being too critical and inconsiderate of feelings- ENFP being too sensitive to criticism- ENFP being smothering- ENTJ’s high standards becoming too big of a burden on the ENFP- ENFP not being honest enough (misunderstandings can happen when they agree just for the sake of harmony and don't confront the underlying problem)Most of the other weaknesses of each type are compensated for by the strengths of the other type.
These include:- Their enthusiasm may lead them to be unrealistic (ENTJs find their enthusiasm cute and energizing but they will usually be the more objective one in the relationship)- Not very good with money, give too much away (ENTJs are extremely good with money)- Have difficulty scolding or punishing others (can be left for the ENTJ to do, because they don’t have trouble doling out discipline – for example, with kids)This relationship is usually effortless and these two personality types are compatible.
Regardless of the number of similarities and differences, each personality combination will have its unique set of challenges.
We will look at each of the 4 preferences individually: This is a summary of the joys and pains of the ESTP-ENFP relationship.