Esfp dating enfp
Also called the Performer or the Entertainer, the ESFP is optimistic, upbeat, and loves taking center stage.
These people are exciting and a ton of fun to be around.
A well-rested INFJ who's had time to organize his thoughts is usually at his best :-)Being aware of your MBTI types--along with your strengths and weaknesses--is also a terrific advantage. You're able to tell when he's drained and can acknowledge his need for solitude.
Communication is a huge part of making any friendship work.
She needs me to go on adventures and be that energy she needs every now and then. I'm a 28 yr old INFJ female and I just married my ESFP husband a couple months ago. We balance each other out because we are so different.
This isn't particularly hard for either type, but difficulty can lie in coming back from those downswings that every relationship is privy to. He pushes me to get out there and experience new things that I probably wouldn't have otherwise, as I'm quite a home-body.
Here are a few of their strengths and weaknesses (according to Personality Page and my Mass Match hard copy): Personality Page says "Although two well-developed individuals of any type can enjoy a healthy relationship, ESFP's natural partner is the ISTJ, or the ISFJ.
ESFP's dominant Extraverted Sensing function is best matched with a personality that is dominated by Introverted Sensing."Well, I'm going to put aside the warning bells going off in my head and try to look at the positives.
The ESFP wants to live in the here-and-now and shower everyone with happiness.Anyway, I think the INFJ/ESFP pairing is really strong IF both parties can compromise (as with all relationships).Me - I need down time to watch movies and deep conversation.Probably my biggest concern would be, as Personality Page puts it, the ESFP's "tendency to live entirely for the present moment, and therefore to sometimes be unaware of the direction that their relationship is heading, or to be easily distracted from long-term commitments." I think I'd prefer someone intuitive enough to be in it for the long haul.Otherwise, I'd probably consider the relationship as very "surface" and not possessing the value for me to invest myself heavily into it. I just don't give them the same priority as those with people I'm more deeply connected with.