Theoretically, INFPs tend to get along best with dom Fe types i.e. ExFJs, but I tend to have a love/hate relationship with ESFJ types -- but. Although two well-developed individuals of any type can enjoy a healthy relationship, INFP's natural partner is the ENFJ, or the ESFJ. INFP's dominant function. Although two well-developed individuals of any type can enjoy a healthy relationship, ESFJ's natural partner is the ISFP, or the INFP. ESFJ's dominant function of.
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Morpheus83 Unknown Personality Cool! I'm not sure what it means to be too 'caring', though?
- INFP Weaknesses
Is it a reference to some people who're uncomfortable with emotionally 'reciprocating' in specific ways? People who'd prefer some physical and emotional distance?
[INFP] INFP / ESFJ Dating?
But I'm hoping for the best, though! I just think an important thing to remember is to avoid 'losing' a sense of self when you're trying to please another person. Belovodia thanked this post.
Too caring is more of a way of some peoples interpretation of how I may show that I like them. For instance, I may want to talk on the phone and do all that cute crap before I fall asleep, whereas they're more just meh, talk to ya tomorrow. It means the world and more, to be his special person. I really treasure our relationship, he's wonderful to me.
With all relationships, there will be some bumps here and there. For example, just earlier today when I was talking to him about the possibility of being an ESFJ, he told me that it made some sense, with how I "suck so much" at paying attention to some of the interests he has.
He literally writes up paragraphs of stories and video games and whatnot and sends them to me to read, but I have a lot of trouble focusing and getting into all of it. When I realized that it was apparent I don't react appropriately to his messages, I began to cry, I felt so guilty and awful that I must have hurt his feelings because I have difficulty being interested in what he writes about, and I din't want him to know that.ESFJ in 4 Minutes
The last thing I want to do is hurt anyone's feelings or make them feel like whatever it is they like or are passionate about is insignificant or unimportant. This kind of thing happens a lot though, I get very emotional over everything. Very expressive, I get frustrated and excited and upset and just everything in between, I don't hide my feelings very well at all. My INFP though is always there to comfort me and let me know that it's all going to be okay.
Sensors are more past and present focused while Intuitives tend to be more future oriented; This means that Sensors will take references from past experiences and present facts to make a decision, while Intuitives are more likely to take into account future possibilities when doing so.
Sensors may find Intuitives' lack of interest in everyday living and managing household tasks to be frustrating; they don't understand why Intuitives are always 'in their heads', pondering about the deep things of life while they are the ones taking care of the duties of the household. Feeling-Feeling Both parties are attracted to each other's warmth, sensitivity and kindness to each other's needs.
Both will likely enjoy their expressiveness and natural affection with each other. Both Feeling types tend to recognize and consider their partner's needs and try to meet them. Hence there is usually high level of harmony in the relationship. Struggles Because both value some level of harmony, they may store up unhappy feelings inside and not share openly.
They may avoid necessary conflict and disagreements; this is unhealthy in the long run for the quality of the relationship. Because both may decisions with their personal values, they may sometimes overlook logical consequences of certain actions. Judging-Perceiving Joys Judgers enjoy making decisions for the relationship while Perceivers are happy just to let Judgers do so.
Perceivers are happy to go with the flow according to the Judger's opinions, and they are generally okay with most casual decisions.
Because of their organized and scheduled nature, Judgers bring a stability and order to the otherwise messy and spontaneous lives of Perceivers - something that the Perceivers greatly appreciate. Perceivers, on the other hand, help Judgers to lighten up and see the fun side of life, bidding them to be less serious and uptight about everything - something that the Judgers know they need a reminder of.