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ENFJ + ENFJ Being the same type, in this case, has some big pluses and a few minuses. Both are "people persons", they strive for harmony and want to help others reach their full potentials. They b...

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   ENFJ + ENFP These two make a good match because of their compatible iNtuitive-Feeling (NF) temperaments. They differ in that the ENFJ's like things more organized and well-developed be...

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ENFJ + ENTJ Sharing three of the four preferences, ENTJ's and ENFJ's have a lot in common. They're both high-energy, social people who are constantly coming up with creative solutions for life's ch...

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ENFJ + ENTP There's a bit of a life-long learning curve for each to understand the other in this pairing, but that is not necessarily a bad thing. They're both extroverted. However, ENTP is probab...

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ENFJ + ESFJ This can be a good match if both strive for honest and open communication about sore subjects and the "little things" that arise now and then. Neither type deals effectively with ...

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ENFJ + ESFP Sharing two of the same preferences (E & F), these two typically enjoy a relationship that is high-energy, expressive and loving. Both love to talk about their experiences and enjo...

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ENFJ + ESTJ Both types here are outgoing and enjoy a wide circle of friends. Both are responsible and are happiest when physical surroundings are neat and affairs are settled and organized. They're...

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ENFJ + ESTP These two are nearly total opposites - sharing only one of the four type preferences. Historically, marriage counselors see opposite types marry and divorce and interestingly find the ...

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ENFJ + INFJ   Despite some challenges, an ENFJ and INFJ pairing has potential for a deeply satisfying and meaningful relationship, rooted in empathy, mutual respect, and shared valu...

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ENFJ + INFP INFP and ENFJ partnerships offer a balanced blend of introspective creativity and extroverted nurturing. While the INFP's introverted nature appreciates the ENFJ's warm and friendl...

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ENFJ + INTJ This can be a successful couple if both are willing to accept the other for who they are. Here we have a (F)eeler and a (T)hinker, an (I)ntrovert and an (E)xtrovert. Even though they b...

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ENFJ + INTP The INTP and ENFJ relationship can be especially challenging unless both individuals are mature and willing to appreciate their differences. The only commonality between these two perso...

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ENFP + ISFJ This is a great match that provides a loving connection and plenty of room for soul-growth. Both share the (FJ) preferences giving them both a high capacity to be loving(F) and support...

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ENFJ + ISFP As a general rule, Sensors and iNtuitives make a less than ideal pairing because they perceive their realities in starkly different ways.  This is one of those cases where happines...

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ENFJ + ISTJ Each in this coupling shares the (J)udging preference.  They're "adults".  They prefer following through with what they plan to do rather than failing themselves and others.&n...

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ENFJ + ISTP These two are opposites (no preferences in common). It takes two incredibly mature people who respect each other's differences and are willing to grow as individuals to make t...

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