Enfp dating infp
Ideally, ENFPs would exercise patience in young adulthood, allowing their Fi values to emerge over time.With exposure to different cultures and ideas, they can gradually use and develop their Fi, clarifying their identity and preferred course in life.
We should be careful, however, not to prematurely fault or criticize young ENFPs for such discrepancies.Compatible perspectives on family, children, politics, religion, etc.are also important to ENFPs, as they are in most relationships.After all, as extraverted Perceivers, their primary mode of operation is one of adaptation.Moreover, developing a firm identity, especially early in life, should, at least in theory, be of greater concern for IP types, whose dominant function is one of inner Judging (Fi or Ti).So instead of patiently abiding in their Ne-Fi process, they allow their Si to take precedence, deferring to what is comfortable, familiar, or easy.
Unfortunately, they may later come to regret their failure to grant themselves more time to fully flesh out their Ne-Fi values and interests prior to making such huge commitments.
They may give lip service to certain Si values, while living in a way that seems to contradict those values.
This can of course be difficult for their prospective partners, who may feel confused about who the ENFP really is.
ENFPs may also find themselves drawn to SP types (i.e., ESFPs, ISFPs, ESTPs, ISTPs).
On the surface, SPs can resemble ENFPs as far as their penchant for outer novelty.
Namely, do they want a more traditional lifestyle and relationship or a less conventional one? Their Ne-Fi combination relishes the opportunity to compare and experience diverse cultures.