OBVIOUSLY there’s some major differences but just wondering if anyone has ever been in a relationship with an ESFP and were able to either “make it work” or come to discover the dynamic as a “balanced strength” approach?

Looking for any and all insights possible! :slight_smile:


I am a enfj. I always end up with enfj women. We just hit it off so well. We laugh a lot to


Sometimes I am asking myself the following strange question. Why the people feel the need to ask question like the above.

There are so many women on this planet, that is it even feasible to bother with questions like “why it didn’t work”.


Thanks for saying nothing relevant.


I dated an ISFP before. It only didn’t work out because he turned out to be a narcissist. Opps. He was so bright, but obvious things to me because I’m intuitive and extroverted weren’t always so obvious to him. His emotions were all over the place and he lived his life based on how he felt. I think if he’d been an extrovert like the personality type you mentioned we would have talked more. People drained him and that includes me. I recommend letting them have their moments and time to change their minds. I make quick decisions, he didn’t. Hope this helps.


Lol. Totally been there. Didn’t end up working out, but there were other things involved than strictly personality. We got along great until we had to get something done, then I found myself doing most of the work.


GTFO then. Enfj should not be on here why are all of you such narcissisctic attention wh***?
Seriously out of the 11 I know of all enfjs I’ve met are glorrified normies or who think they have super powers or something. It’s so disgusting. Also my dad is enfj which… Ooops sorrry… So to continue your thought. Esfp are super cool to me but the girl’s seem too judgy. The male ones I get along with because I enjoy their sense of humour. But besides that the esfp girls seem too into aesthetics for me to handle. However they love compliments on their style and it’s easy for me to get along with them bc we share a similar sense of values.