INFJs love the way the ENFP mind works and enjoy listening to them go on amusing rants or spout randomly humorous quips.
However, while the INFJ favors structure and orderliness in how they engage with the outside world, the ENFP prefers spontaneity and variety.
This J/P dynamic in addition to the extrovert/introvert dynamic is likely to prove beneficial in that each partner can compensate for and learn from each other.
INFJ likely appreciates the interest and effort ENFP shows in trying to understand and decode the INFJ enigma.
ENFPs have the ability and willingness to ‘read’ and comprehend the INFJ like few can and this makes INFJs feel more comfortable and in sync as a couple.
INFJs tend to be more quietly observant, internalizing their perceptions rather than verbalizing them the way ENFPs do.
It is not always easy for INFJs to articulate with words what they think or feel and so they appreciate that ENFPs are able to express themselves so openly and un-self-consciously. Not for lack of friendships and social interaction but because they feel “out of place” and not truly understood by the people around them.Coming together to create the I’m not talking about flattery.I mean that INFJs and ENFPs are complementary opposites.As it turns out, Idealists pair best with other idealists.Tieger and Baron-Tieger (2000) found that Idealist/idealist relationships report a satisfaction rating of 73%.They share the same cognitive preferences but of opposite attitudes.