This section INFJ-ENFP relationship is about how these two personality types come together in a relationship.
Specifically, we will be looking at the joys of this relationship as well as the struggles this relationship may have.
If the two spend much time together, the INFJ may weary of the ENFP’s inexhaustible sociability and want some solitude.
Even away from crowds, INFJs can find the energy of ENFPs demanding.
That means the ENTP feels listened to and completely understood.” Feeling understood isn’t the only attractive quality about an ENx P partner or friend.
We may also feel understood by other NF types, like INFPs; other Ni-dom types, like INTJs; and of course, other INFJs.
We will look at each of the 4 preferences individually: This is a summary of the joys and pains of the INFJ-ENFP relationship.
When the ENTP talks, the INFJ can listen and understand his very advanced intuitions. The INFJ finds people systems more interesting; the ENTP systems of things. The ENTP talks and the INFJ comprehends and listens automatically.
Life is fun with ENFPs, who never tire of developing new interests.
They’re at their best in situations that are fluid and changing.
However, when that does happen it often seems to be with one of two types — ENTPs and ENFPs.
According to The Personality Page, these two types are the INFJ’s natural partner because of their dominant function, Extroverted Intuition, is the best match for our dominant function, Introverted Intuition. As Intuition-dominant types, we each have most likely felt misunderstood by others, so it is refreshing to find someone who not only is interested in the same sort of ideas and conversations as we are but who understands them as well.