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I am quite certain that they both feel unfulfilled with me too : ) I still think both of them are great and admirable persons and I'd trust my life with them more than I would with most people, but I find that neither them nor I feel that there is a real connectionn - just loyalty and a sholder to lean on.
My sister (who is younger than me) will only do that (understandably) in relation to the upbringing of her children. However a contributing factor may be that my sister has fantastic cognitive empathy whereas my mother's is a bit ropier. My boyfriend's an ENTP (fits the definition perfectly) and finds all 3 of my (very much) ENFJ friends annoying.
He says, like many others have, that he can't stand their manipulating, as well as always changing the topic back to something they can pretend to be experts on.
I agree that my entp husband finds me annoying sometimes because I take the moral high ground.
Which is also a source of annoyance to my husband becasue sontimes he just wants soemone on his side in the arguement.
The ENTP has an impulsive nature and will typically seek a partner with whom they can explore new possibilities and achieve personal growth.
This type of persona finds a great deal of happiness in trying to improve the relationship and in finding ways to keep the connection from turning stagnant.
In the world of Myers-Briggs personalities, the ENTP is referred to as the “visionary.” This type of individual is primarily driven by an extraverted intuition which means that they are intrigued by what goes on in their environment and will likely base their opinions and actions on feelings rather than an internal, logical thought process.
This individual pays a great deal of attention to the situations and people around them and will gain a very quick and accurate idea about what is going on.
All the enfj's seem to be saying how they "teach" their high morals.