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But still, this type (along with ISTJ) seems like the one I've been having the most difficulty communicating with. I've never had to endure one as a permanent fixture of my life. (Not to become the same, but to apply their 'way' to my circumstances; my actions. Here I was with my great need to question everything and I think it scared her greatly.
What are some experiences you've had with these two types of people? With ESFPs, I get along very well, generally, if the ESFP in question is a respectable person (this goes with most people of specific types). I have learned some of life's most profound lessons from this type, one of which is just how ephemeral everything is, and how futile the effort to hold and keep a thing (whether material, experiential or temporal). To do things that felt entirely terrifying and live through them and feel transformed through them. She was a Sunday school teacher, and lived life contradictory to her beliefs.
They are energetic, animated speakers who possess a warmth that makes them very approachable.
Later on, Myers said that if she had known about type theory, she probably wouldn't have married Chief. There is a lesson to be learned here: type is not everything, nor should it be the decisive factor in choosing your lifemate. Then too, the connections between type, attraction, love and marriage haven't been well studied yet.
She made me aware of so many little things that I was just overwhelmed and it made me incredibly paranoid that I was missing all these details in life.
Imagine going from only seeing the forest to being forced to see every knot on every tree. ESFP (my son is ESFP, btw) -- Se Fi = Enjoys sensory stimulation, driven by inner values.
As you may know, INTP and ESFP have no functions in common, and their position (sensing, feeling, thinking and intuition) is totally different.
So I think understanding the functions of each other it’s important, but especially the dominant one. For instance: (I’ll try to be clear and neat): Watching this, you understand that we are totally opposed, but the key is to build a complementary relationship.