So let us see if anyone gets my flavor.
I have lived, l have loved, and I own every scar that proves it. I am a driven, energetic, flirt who has been single long enough.
I am a lover to the core, and know the tide of my own emotions. Chances are I am a better cook than you, you think I'm just a tat bit odd, and you wonder if i'm full of shit.
I seek to find someone brave enough take a risk with me. Someone who knows both how deep love can root, as well as what horrific a sensation it is to have it ripped away from you. I want to fall in love again, but am not desperate to do so. I seek someone who has adopted the idea that can't is a word used by fools and tricks who don't understand the game that is played. Someone who wants what she wants not just what life hands you. I want you to want the family, and the career, and the business and the world.
I'm looking for imperfect perfection. Just like me.
So that's about at me as I can get.
( i was going to delete this but upon read though ... i like it. it stays)
Dating or being in a relationship with an ENFP can be an eye-opening experience – people with this personality type are very imaginative, flexible and enthusiastic, always coming up with new plans and ideas. Furthermore, ENFPs are very devoted and reliable partners, willing to do everything to make sure that the relationship is strong. That being said, every stick has two ends and the ENFP personality type is not an exception.
The main problem that ENFP personalities are likely to encounter when it comes to dating and relationships in general, is that they may find it quite tricky to remain focused on a clear goal. ENFPs are very spontaneous – careful, long-term planning is naturally difficult for them. This weakness may complicate their dating efforts and long-term romantic relationships as other personality types may see the ENFP as inconsistent or erratic, despite the fact the ENFPs tend to take their responsibilities very seriously.
Meg Ryan ENFPThat being said, the ENFPs’ devotedness comes with an important caveat. Most people with this personality type are constantly looking for new ideas and improvements – this is a great trait, but it must be kept in check when it comes to romantic relationships. Otherwise, the ENFP may start fantasizing about a better relationship soon after the first date or keep pushing their long-term partner towards new things and experiments. Less mature ENFPs may constantly seek new experiences as a source of excitement, regardless of their potential consequences – if their partner does not reciprocate (and very few personality types can cope with this), the ENFP may feel unhappy and misunderstood.
ENFPs tend to be passionate and enthusiastic partners, trying really hard to make sure that the other person is happy and showering them with affection. ENFPs also love hearing compliments, often asking for them indirectly. People with this personality type should keep this trait in check during the dating phase as it is likely to be perceived as neediness by their potential partners.
The ENFP’s partner will appreciate and enjoy the warmth and excitement that this personality type brings into the relationship. ENFPs are mysterious, idealistic and deeply emotional – these traits not only tend to attract potential dating partners, but also keep the flame of their relationship burning for many years to come. People with the ENFP personality type are willing and able to enliven their romantic relationships in unusual and exciting ways, often surprising even their long-term partners. If an ENFP decides to commit to the relationship, their devotedness will be unshakeable.
As already mentioned, ENFPs are very emotional individuals and this affects their romantic relationships in many ways. Some of the ENFPs’ emotions run quite close to the surface and are easily noticeable, but some are hidden very deep within their minds. This trait may surprise or even shock their partners who may have thought that they had figured everything out – ENFPs tend to be bewilderingly deep and intense individuals, and that intensity is not always apparent.
This is one of the reasons why ENFPs are often quite careful about opening up and committing to their partners – relationships mean a lot to them and a failed relationship can hurt the ENFP immensely. They may keep asking themselves why did the relationship fail, when they had been trying so hard to make their partner happy. Such soul-searching can easily crush the ENFP’s self-esteem and plunge them into depression – it is crucial that the ENFP realizes that the success of the relationship is a shared responsibility and they cannot carry the weight alone.
ENFPs tend to be very imaginative and passionate lovers, always happy to explore and experiment. Traditions and schedules are an anathema to ENFPs – they would much rather do something crazy every day than agree to stick to clearly defined roles and intimacy at regular intervals. Furthermore, they can be quite perfectionistic in this area, believing that sexual interaction is something that both partners should see as a great way to share love and affection. ENFPs also tend to be fairly liberal when it comes to intimacy during the dating phase.