Enfp dating bible
You see the world with the eyes of a true leader, because you are “The Executive.” You’re not above arguing your side to make a point, and being so career-driven, relationships often come second.
Your Strengths In Relationships: Everything is planned with you.
But you tend to judge yourself too harshly, so you sometimes take things more seriously than you should.
Your Strengths In Relationships: You can tackle anything.
You have an amazing ability to understand and read those around you, and because of this, you’re not usually left in the dark when it comes to your relationships.
You’re fun, adventurous, and are always looking for a good time.
Your Strengths In Relationships: Your way of handling things is based on your feelings about them, and you have a strong value system which everyone around you is up against.
You’re loving and giving, but your extroversion can sometimes make you exhausting in the eyes of others — even people you're dating.
First, let's back up: The mother and daughter team Katharine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers, invented the Myers-Briggs Type Indictor, which is based on Jungian psychology.
You want to be around people, and are genuinely sympathetic to their needs.
Unlike many other personality types, you don’t want to control, and live and let live.
Your Strengths In Relationships: Although your focus is internal, you’re so nurturing in nature that you’re even known as “The Nurturer.” You learn best by being hands-on and have an unbelievable capacity for memory.
Your sense of responsibility and awareness for others' feelings is great, but you also have a hard time saying no.