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ENFP Relationship Compatibility With Other Personality Types

ENFP Relationship Compatibility With Other Personality Types
The free spirits they're called. People with ENFP personality type are outgoing, social, lovable, creative, and true motivators. We talk in brief about them, and their compatibility with other personality types.
Shreyas Dasharathe
Last Updated: Mar 26, 2018
Famous ENFPs
Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde, Salman Rushdie, Bill Clinton, Robin Williams, Walt Disney, Ellen DeGeneres, Keira Knightley, Jennifer Aniston, Daniel Radcliffe, Sharon Stone, Fidel Castro.
ENFP is one of the 16 personality types as defined by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment. This assessment system was designed to study how people perceive the surroundings and make decisions.

The 16 personality types were formulated by a combination of 4 basic personality traits:

1. Extroversion (E) or Introversion (I)
2. Sensing (S) or Intuition (N)
3. Thinking (T) or Feeling (F)
4. Judgment (J) or Perception (P)
ENFP means Extroversion, Intuition, Feeling, and Perception. People with an ENFP personality type are generally enthusiastic, creative, spontaneous, and playful. Quite often the life of a party, they are outgoing and enjoy the company of other people. Their incredible interpersonal skills and energy make them highly inspiring and motivational for others.

ENFPs have varied interests and often embark on several ones throughout their lifetime. They are often impatient, wanting to get things done sooner than later. They are optimists and believe in the power of possibilities. Even if they are complete free spirits, they do live by their own set of values. They are not very pleased by routine and mundane activities, and rather prefer people-oriented activities. They are genuinely praising towards talent, and will try and push them to achieve and succeed in their endeavors. ENFPs can easily work under time constraints and pressure, and come up with creative ways of tackling and solving problems, enjoying it all the while.
ENFPs and Relationships
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ENFPs greatly value people and relationships. They are warm, optimistic, and caring throughout. Their experience with people certainly shows in their handling of a relationship. Their tendency to please others and encouraging nature makes them instantly likable and an ideal partner. They are open towards expressing thoughts, feelings, and experiences.

Criticism generally doesn't go well with ENFPs. They are sensitive and tend to take criticism to heart. They constantly assess their own feelings and tend to frequently question the state of the relationship they are in. Evidently, they are comfortable using emotional language, and are able to express and understand others.

For an ENFP, the outcome of a conflict is focused more on making everyone happy. Rather, this result according to them, is an ideal one. They are also future-oriented. They often look far beyond the obvious, and see various possibilities even in trying times. Because of their empathetic view towards others, they sometimes tend to get a little too dedicated and giving, where they should be a little more strict. Because of this, they find it difficult to punish or scold other people. One major difficulty ENFPs face is getting out of a bad relationship. They tend to try to mend it all by themselves, sometimes ending up with taking the responsibility on their own shoulders for the relationship that went bad.
ENFP Relationships With ENFP

ENFPs are very good with fellow ENFPs. They are people-oriented and that helps a great deal. Their similarity in approach towards other people and the environment around puts them at ease. They enjoy weirdness and spontaneity, and what better than having another one joining in on the craziness!

Relationship Compatibility: Excellent
ENFP Relationships With Other Personality Types

INFJs are pretty rare. They are compassionate and very concerned about other people's feelings. At times, they can get quite stubborn and might ignore other people's opinions. They hold imagination and creativity in high regard. They are also curious and always open to learning new things. ENFPs and INFJs blend fabulously. They prove to be excellent partners and super supports for each other. 'Opposites attract' is a phrase that stands true in this case.

Relationship Compatibility: Excellent

ESFJs are very people-oriented. They care immensely about people, and go to great lengths to help and support them. For them, family is equally important as their work (which they are very serious about). ENFPs prove to be very supportive and understanding to ESFJs, who tend to get extremely pessimistic under certain situations.

Relationship Compatibility: Excellent

ENFJs love talking to people. It is not meaningless blabbering though. They are learners and they talk meaningful stuff. They embrace harmony and project immense enthusiasm. They have excellent communication and people skills. ENFPs, being very good with people themselves, certainly enjoy their company.

Relationship Compatibility: Excellent

INTJs are people who value intelligence as well as competence. They are very good at gathering information and analyzing it. They are action-oriented and are highly organized. They respect the idea of a system, but have an ability to retain their insightful view towards everything. The result, a good bonding between these two types.

Relationship Compatibility: Excellent

INTPs are thinkers. They like to lead a meaningful life. They are not very much into people as much as they are into ideas and theories. ENFPs do have a knack for understanding people quite well, which in this case, can be very forthcoming for the INTPs. One thing what might not go very well with ENFPs is that, INTPs tend to live in their own worlds, most often.

Relationship Compatibility: Good

INFPs are very good communicators, and value creativity and invention. In this pair, one is a speaker, the other is a listener. One is a champion, the other a healer. Both of them are people-oriented and seek harmony in any relationship. There's a pretty good chance of them hitting off.

Relationship Compatibility: Good

ENTPs go everywhere with a wave of positivity and optimism. They are self-confident and are always on the lookout for something new. They love socializing, and can approach all kinds of people with uncompromising charm and confidence. They sometimes tend to look at people objectively and insensitively, which is a bit intolerable for ENFPs.

Relationship Compatibility: Good

ENTJs are logical in their approach. They value planning and structuring. They are generally assertive and not very good with emotions. They have a leadership quality and love taking charge when situations go bad. They are good at handling people by communicating with them in an efficient manner.

Relationship Compatibility: Good

ISFPs are reserved, gentle, and compassionate. They have a tendency to detach themselves in stressful situations, which might not go well with ENFPs. They are action-oriented, and believe in the power of 'doing' rather than 'thinking'. Their approach towards life is serious and focused.

Relationship Compatibility: Good

ESFPs are energetic, outgoing, and practical. They love experiencing new things, and are often impulsive. Although, they tend to become over impulsive at times, resulting in commitment issues. Their 'swim with the tide' approach might be a little too much for ENFPs.

Relationship Compatibility: Good

ISTJs are highly organized and practical people. They are serious in their approach, and expect the same from others. They are not the emotional kind, too. Free spirited ENFPs might find it somewhat difficult to blend with them. Things may be a little tricky with this pairing.

Relationship Compatibility: Unlikely

ISTPs are realistic, analytic people. They are practical and problem solvers. They are not very comfortable with handling emotions. ENFPs may not find them too appealing.

Relationship Compatibility: Unlikely

ESTPs are realists, who enjoy challenges and love to stay in the moment. Although they are talkative and outgoing, they might not be very enthusiastic on the emotional side. ENFPs are unlikely to be compatible with them.

Relationship Compatibility: Unlikely


ESTJs are known for their strong opinions, and at times, their controlling nature. This makes them slightly inflexible, and spontaneity is not something that they might acknowledge much. They value routines and traditions. Quite contradictory to an ENFP.

Relationship Compatibility: Unlikely


ISFJs are nurturers. They are very good with facts, constantly taking in information about people and events that are important to them. They are not very future-oriented, who dive in and try out new things, but would rather rely on past experiences.

Relationship Compatibility: Unlikely
A good companion is hard to come by, especially for ENFPs who are all the more likable and tend to be favorites among other personality types. A guide like this can be helpful on where to begin. But as for the matters of the heart, you've got to take that leap of faith and see where you end up being!