“Givers” would do well in a leadership role such as a teacher, motivational speaker, or even a politician. They have a welcoming nature that makes them very approachable and trustworthy.Typically, a friend or partner’s trust would be well-placed because ENFJ individuals have a strong sense of loyalty and a desire to make others happy.This need to be loved and accepted by others can go so deeply that an ENFJ may even drift into chameleon mode where he or she senses the moods and motives of others and imitates them.Essentially, they will become the type of individual that others want to be around.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.This type of extravert is often well-loved wherever they go and is very dedicated to finding the right life-long companion.
Both types have a lot to learn from each other and can become more balanced together.
As mentioned earlier, ENFJ relationships are usually a lot of fun.
ENFJ individuals are outgoing and will never cease to inspire and entertain a partner.
That of course doesn’t mean all ENTJs and ENFPs will automatically get along great because immaturity on any side can break the relationship or kill it before it even starts but if both individuals are healthy and well developed it can be a very rewarding relationship, be it friendship or love.
ENFJ relationships are often full of inspiration, affection, and fun.