The ENFP’s Guide To Dating Other Idealist Types | Thought Catalog
The ENFP will want to go out all the time, whereas the INFP will primarily happy and have their needs met in the relationship, they will eventually need to They are also fiercely loyal and fiercely protective of one another. In the relationship arena, this causes them to have a very deep capacity for love and caring which is not frequently found with such intensity in the other types. Idealist personality types – namely ENFPs, ENFJs, INFPs and INFJs – all share a passion for abstract analysis and feel most comfortable.
An Introvert may feel neglected and unheard by Extroverts because they will only share if asked - and Extroverts usually don't ask. On the weekends, Extroverts enjoy heading out for social activities or other high stimulation activities to relax while Introverts prefer staying home or at the most have some quiet activity with close friends.
This difference in preference will sometimes lead to dissatisfaction. Intuition-Intuition Joys Because both parties enjoy discussing big ideas, possibilities and global issues, they will usually find a certain attraction to each other. This is especially if they have similar viewpoints on certain issues, they will find chemistry with each other. Both tend to enjoy each other's uniqueness, not just in viewpoints but also in fashion, tastes and so on.
Because both parties enjoy talking about the future, their conversations will more often revolve around future hopes and dreams and exciting possibilities. Struggles However, they may lack interest in everyday living, hence if they are a married couple, household duties may tend to be neglected. Even if they attempt to take care of household, they may still miss important details in its maintenance.
The partner that has to be constantly responsible for the everyday maintenance may feel resentment or unfulfilled.
A good balance can be achieved with proper delegation of duties or with the hiring of a domestic helper. 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. Perceiving-Perceiving Joys Both parties enjoy being spontaneous to changing circumstances and keeping their options open without seeing the need to come to a decision. This combination works better for friendships. These two types usually become quite close quite quickly, but the relationship is prone to competitiveness over time.
Two introverted feelers in one relationship tends to lead to feelings of competition. Not a bad pairing.
ENFP Relationships, Love, & Compatibility
If both partners are highly comfortable with their dominant and auxiliary function, this can be a highly satisfying and relatively beneficial pairing. ENFP-ENFP pairings actually have the potential to give way to a highly satisfying relationship, so long as both partners are comfortable with themselves entering the relationship.
These types understand one another on an instinctive level and have very little trouble understanding where the other is coming from when a conflict arises. That being said, the relationship is primed for competition. And someone has to remember to pay the bills at least some of the time.
At best, these types foster a deep connection that makes them feel at home with each other almost effortlessly. Because of the similarity between these partners, if one has a particular insecurity, they will most likely see it in their partner and be disgusted by it. On the flip side, these partners may be too accepting of one another, and forget to challenge or push each other to grow, in or outside of the relationship.
It has the potential to be a perfectly blissful relationship.