Esfp dating entp
May 3, Dating an ESFP – What You Need to Know . Like the ENTP, ENFPs love to brainstorm and delve into abstract theories and conversations. This section ESFP-ENTP relationship is about how these two personality types come together in a relationship. Feb 2, If you're dating an ESFP make sure to be open to new, exciting . Dating an ENTP is an adventure to be sure, so you'll want to bring an.
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After the test I was reading it and thinking to myself omg I cannot believe this, this is everything that I do. And when I looked in the work section I saw what I wanted to do for a job there. I was so happy.
And the relationship part is so true. This is great ;. Really refreshing to find this and have a good read! This outline describes me well, I think I was off track and become something else. Okay, at first when i found out in was a esfp, i got dissapointed. Though its correct, i couldnt accept it. It didnt look very cool to me It hit me hard that i wasnt a thinker. Lol, ESFPs are often the butt of jokes in typology.
Then again, I think a lot of people who say they're intuitives or thinkers are really just fooling themselves. Of course, it could just be that the more common types don't hang out online as much, but I actually think it's both. Also, a lot of people mistype themselves inadvertently; it took me a long time to figure out I was ESFP, mainly because of the stereotype of us being irresponsible partiers! I went through a phase of hedonism, but it got old pretty fast.
I think all the time! It's true that his strengths are my weaknesses and visa versa. We have truly learned so much from each other and have helped each other grow in ways that would otherwise seem impossible to learn. Because of our incredible relationship, we have five beautifully well rounded children. Interestingly, we don't have any other extroverts in the fam, wonder why that is?
No I am not overbearing, I guess there dad's genes were stronger: The 4 letter preferences are helpful E versus I, S versus N, etc. In our hierarchy of functions, ESFPs have dominant extraverted sensing, auxiliary introverted feeling, tertiary extraverted thinking, and inferior introverted intuition. ESFJs, on the other hand, have dominant extraverted feeling, auxiliary introverted sensing, tertiary extraverted intuition, and inferior introverted thinking.
It gets pretty crazy and even more fun when you consider the hierarchy of functions behind each of the 16 personalities. There are similarities between types that one would not imagine, based on the 4-letter designations. I am a estJ Although any type can excel in leadership roles, for ESTJs it often comes naturally. Your dominant extraverted thinking function means you tend to be superior at organizing your environment, which includes the people in your space. Also, ESTJs are usually pretty good at figuring out who would be most skilled at what task and they delegate responsibility accordingly, which often results in an efficient team that has the potential to run like a well-oiled machine.
In other words, you're good at seeing how people are "useful. Also, you guys tend to be overly concerned with hierarchy and seniority which comes from your auxiliary introverted sensing function , which can mean not heeding good advice if it comes from a so-called "underling. But, they don't take too kindly to just any ol' person telling them they're doing something wrong. A lot of this didn't sound familiar until I read the research bullets. Those sound like me more than any other personality description I've read anywhere!
But I don't watch that much tv, unless it's my husband's day off. I can usually get into whatever he's watching, though. I took this test a long time ago, and to be honest I thought I had changed completely. I was in a 10 year relationship, where I had become an agoraphobic and very hermit like. And although I am still struggling with that, I truly believed I had changed in every aspect of my personality. So thank you so much for this. Makes me confident that I will go back to being the "me" I used to be.
All comments are moderated. Spammers will be fried and served on toast. Skip to main content. Primary tabs Overview Careers Relationships active tab Resources. How do ESFPs communicate? What are ESFPs like as partners? What are ESFPs like as parents? Please Understand Me II. Intriguing Differences People of the following types are likely to strike the ESFP as similar in character, but with some key differences which may make them seem especially intriguing.
Potential Complements ESFPs may not feel an immediate connection with people of the following types, but on getting to know each other, they'll likely find they have some important things in common, as well as some things to teach one other. Challenging Opposites People of the following types present the most potential for personality clash and conflict with the ESFP, but also the best opportunities for growth. Alexa not verified says Nikhildeep singh not verified says Patima Dimacaling jintarat not verified says Yes please changed my reality world. Lobe not verified says BrendaDi not verified says Do a career that you like.
Franklins Turtles not verified says Guest not verified says The beginning question should be out of 5 rather than 4 And you should have more questions about us personally, rather than just our thoguht process. Tywin Moriarty not verified says A person's thought process is what makes them, regardless of their Myers-Briggs type. I think this did a good job of describing me. Bob Hope not verified says Hey, do you know how ESFPs can succeed academically?
It is sort of creepy. Elizabeth S not verified says Deirdre not verified says It will be awesome. D not verified says What are your hobbies? I was in foster care and this is for me. I think this was literally written about me. Yes it's very true, I do have little patience for those who I don't perceive as competent or smart. I do however love to share my knowledge and help others my husband has taught me to get in touch with my "feelings" although I think they were buried VERY deep.
Thank you for this insightful and quite interesting analysis, it's quite true I must agree. It doesn't work when I ask him ENTPs don't like to touch their feelings too much. You see, imagine you have a table with all the possible weapons. In a corner, almost falling out of the table there is this knife who looks plain, a knife indeed, but plain.
Those are the feelings for an ENTP, they rather leave them there, not being touched, or used, or molested, no matter how powerful they might be. We might come off as insensible but the fact that ENTPs rarely open up and when they do it's a very antithetical talk with ourselves that you are invited to listen to, it's true. Show him you are there mentally, and he will appreciate that more than just standing there, challenge him and show him he is "wrong", you'll see how fast you get on his favorites.
ENTPs are in touch with their feelings, they just don't discuss them. IF they try to explain their feelings it almost never or hardly makes sense to another person. You'll always hear that ENTPs are difficult to understand which is true but it's because of their lack of expression when it comes to discussing feelings. It doesn't mean that they can't feel or they seclude personal emotions, it's the problem of communication.
ENTPs have complex trail of thoughts and to understand them, is difficult in any language. This is all "generic emotion talk" however. I'm an ENTP female and if there is something specifically bothering me, e. On the other hand if I had to discuss how I cope when i'm scared for example is a different matter. Deifinately not just you. You are not alone. So I usually just say "It's too hard to explain", then just leave it at that. I have enjoyed reading your comments, as my most recent ex is a ENFP, and in some ways we were completely connected.
When it came to empathy, patience, and feelings. We were on completely different pages. I don't know if it's just me or a general ENTP thing, but I find it really difficult to get into a realtionship. I mean I have no issues, dating, and seeing someone for say a few months, but as soon as I am faced with having to actually commit, I run a mile, because I just never feel anything is good enough, I obsess over the flaws in a prospective partner rather than the good things.
I think most ENTPs feel the same way about commitments aka they avoid them. I think that may be because ENTPs view their feelings as something that makes them vulnerable. Also, they usually feel they are better than average so, as you said, they don't feel anything is good enough. Work, School or Life. I would put ENTP in the life category. I wouldn't say that ENTP is looking for perfection in relationships. In many cases, we are very distracted by what my friends and family affectionately call "shiny object syndrome. Very few people have the capability to put up with my personality and all the thoughts I have going on.
Then there is the idea that we don't actually have feelings or express them. So when we are upset, and in my case it takes a lot of things to get me to that point, it comes off as we are too emotional. However for another personality our emotion might have been taken as just fine. It is just the concept that any emotion expressed is a lot to people who are around us. So it gives us more reason to just block that part out of our life while we explore everything.
Which really is the essence of the ENTP, exploration. Sadly many of the other personalities get into habits after a relationship has gotten to a certain point and think that couch surfing is going into the right direction. I always know within 3 months if I am staying or breaking up with whomever I am with. By 3 months all of the ability they have to keep up with me is usually gone or stays. If it is gone, no point in wasting their time in a relationship bound to end. And then an ENTP will move on just like that. And this is the correct logic. People are so fixated on the one person that they do not see the big picture.
That the particular person is not really their everything. Another person around the corner might be better than this one and we simply lose it because we are fixated on the current one. This fixation is simply reactions in our brain, not a word "love". How many people said they loved like mad their partners and then the next day they toss them away like they were nobodies?
People get years of depression, might commit suicide for these reactions in their brains. I don't get that thanks to my personality. Call us robots all you want we simply look at the big picture. We are not going to waste our mental state for things such as feelings. This does not mean we don't feel or that we don't get these reactions. We just see the big picture around it when other people waste months or years asking "Why this? Am I such a loser? Well no, humans are humans and do not have constant feelings. And life is life and is not constant.
ENTPs move on and have less anxiety from all personalities because they know lows are the beginning of new highs. I do have feelings, it's just not normal according to others. There are feelings that we can actually control. You have the choice to feel happy or sad, and naturally as an ENTP the logical choice is to feel happy and not to dwell in the past, so that's what I'm gonna do. Even when I do feel sad, it's not gonna last long. The worst feeling is the one that you can not control. I once fell for a guy that I knew we can never be together since we're from a different race Yes, it's a big deal over here in Asia.
In my head I knew it all along, that's why even though we were falling for each other I decided not to date him. It took me freaking six years to completely get over him. During those five years I'm dating another guy which pass all my blacklist traits and while my head completely understand that I'm making the right move, there's still a piece of that guy under my skin. It's only after I witness it with my own head that he is happy with another girl I can finally completely moving on. For normal people, the view will make them devastated.
For me, it's the cure I needed to move on. So I do have feelings, only it's distinguishable from normal people's feeling and I'm totally fine and proud with who I am: I refuse to go uni straightaway as i want to pursue acting and stuff and dont want to be tied down My reply for you regarding should you go to university or pursue the acting career: I myself studied in 3 universities management I should have gone with my intuition - become an actor and musician. Those in years in univewrsities for me were only pain, no gain whatsoever, because i didn't need that in that particular period of life.
Universities are really really not for everybody. It's good option only for some people, and the best option for very few. If you want to work VERY specific position that you can get only via university say, Wall Street, financing , probably university is you best option, providing you will be literally the best of your class, otherwise you will end up being accountant not your speciality.
In other cases, learn through experience, also self-studying. Nothing can be better and more accurately yours. And stop once you feel you domn;'t need it, don't waste your time. And by the way, i personally think it's good to know if you are ENTP and stuff, but it really doesn;'t matter, because it's wrong to compare yourself to other people with the same type and take it seriously. I think we people are too much complicated and versatile to behave the same being the same type.
Maybe only to me.. Emotions are great to explore. There are so many avenues that make little sense but are just fascinating for the experience. I find I usually make emotional decisions that are backed by logic, and when they conflict I go with logic. What's the point of exploring and doing things if you don't enjoy it? The ability to enjoy things is tied irrevocably with the very same chemical machine that is our brain.
I exist as a human being, my main apparatus is a chemical machine capable of logic, emotions and creativity. It is boring to deny those facts. Have emotions, cultivate them like a plant. Let them grow but don't let them grow out of control. Be logical and make sense. Or just enjoy our ability to be as nonsensical as we like. Or do all three at the same time. Works well enough for me.
Strong ones even, I find they are hard to control but easy to ignore personally. I Have been told it is unhealthy to disregard my emotions as often as I do, but I am not able to understand my emotions when they are often so illogical and misplaced. It constantly confuses me, so instead of just feeling whatever emotion happens to occur at any random moment, I often project the practical and reasonable emotion, that a situation causes for.
When I try to not think about about my emotions and just feel them, it exhausts me, because it is practically impossible for me to not analyze, and evaluate my emotions. To go with that though, it is easy to control my emotions, but not at the same time. I can't stop myself from feeling things that make no sense, but I can also just push them to the back of my mind like an afterthought.
I feel like this isn't just me, and maybe it is just ENTP thing, because emotions confuse me so much. They are the most illogical, and annoying things, that I can cage up, but not put to sleep. I also sometimes think I have it worse because I am also a Virgo, but that's a whole different bag of crazy, that is too complicated to explain right now. Does anyone else experience these same kind of inner turmoils, and misunderstandings with their own feelings?
I can feel you right there. I am also ENTP female and a virgo. I rarely feel comfortable talking about my emotional state because to be frank sometimes I don't know what in the earth I am feeling, it's like almost not making sense. I was once asked by my therapist to recall when was the last time I feel truly happy, and that moment I became silent trying to evaluate in the back of my mind of when and where and what was it that make me happy, and I could not find the right answer not because I've never been happy, but because I kept on comparing moments and it got me even more confused.
I'm naturally a good listener and I find it pleasuring to come up with different ideas to solve problems and I'm very attracted with studying the human minds, psychology fascinates me the most. I've read through ENTP as well as Virgo Personality traits and how similar you as an individual seemed to me kind of freaked me out a bit but it's an amazing feeling when you know that there are people very similar to you living with the same kind of emotions.
The ability to just cage my emotions I thought was only unique to me, I could feel something but could also choose Whether that emotion should affect me or not. It feels amazing to be an ENTP. Of course there are problems that we face when dealing with people of other Personality types but the fact that we can easily blend in and form a comfortable conversation really quickly is a Plus point. Smarter , creative and Understandable as well as logical.
For me, seeing the "Big Picture" is actually the realization that there is always more information that is pertinent to the story or situation and it is a requirement to know those things before letting feelings control my actions. Something that feels bad in the moment is not always bad in the future, and something that feels great in the moment may have negative consequences in the future. And there is always more to every situation.
A story I like. An older man had horses. One night a storm came and his best stallion broke out of the stall and ran away. His neighbors came to console him and said what bad luck. The old man just said "maybe" A few days later the stallion came back and four beautiful wild fillies and followed him into the stall. Friends said that is great luck.
Old man said maybe. The man's son tried to tame and break one filly but the wild horse bucked him off and broke his leg. Again to the old man the neighbors said "such horrible bad luck " The old man again said maybe. The king wanted to transcript all the young men into the army and go to the front lines of the battlefield. Because of the broken leg the man's son was passed by. The neighbors marveled at the fortune, and of course when they spoke to the old man about the good fortune, he simply said, "Maybe". I love this story.
The stories people need to tell themselves to rationalize situations - I get it, and understand the need for such self-explanations, and will let it go - unless it is going to cause a bigger problem if not challenged. I will challenge their thinking if I see potential for negative consequences. I am probably older but I am not sure that an entp would feel like a partner is their entire world. If they did feel it for a bit, they would soon logically realize it is not true that truth would over ride that feeling.
After all we are prone to like open ended. Entp's can , if it is worth it to them and if they can see a good potential outcome , see a big picture framed in other ways than there are a billion more out there. They may see other factors in such a situation such as the betrayal. What kind of betrayal? Do I understand what the thinking was? Because it felt or looked like a betrayal , is that really correct?
There are always reasons why someone acts in the way they do. Are their other people involved that could be affected if I just say screw this and move on? Big picture, many sides to look at before moving on. I am as extreme ENTP as it goes. That's the iNtuition, you just -know-, there's no hiding from the truth ones your mind makes the "click". Of course I cannot talk about my feeling emotionally, as I first have to rationalise them through thought, let alone other's feelings, no empathy, no direct emotional connection to be found, just Perception.
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