The Advisor (ENFP) is one of the most active communicators. Therefore the ENFP relationships are diverse, and there are a lot of them. We can say that his world consists mostly of relationships. Since this aspect of the relationship lies in the most creative place in the psyche, the scale of his associations is large.
He has superficial relationships that he has created for some reason known only to him. There are more close relationships and, of course, deep relationships for the soul.
As Advisor sees a vast variety of opportunities in the world, his relationships are just to carry out these opportunities. We can say he creates his links to help him realize all these options. You never know where a contact can be used!
The problem with ENFP relationships is that there are usually too many of them. Even for him. Therefore, he may sometimes overload himself, and he may become angry and even impolite. This happens rarely and only at the extreme, but when it happens, it may also be sudden, bad and inappropriate. He is complaining about coarse behavior and rude people, although he may sometimes be excited and even aggressive. In this case, you have to be simple to understand him and not answer the same.
ENFP knows well people’s abilities.
He understands their hidden talents and disadvantages. He is able even to anticipate the future behavior of people around him. He is attracted to unusual people, is interested in everything unique and mysterious. If he is fond of some idea, he will advertise it with eagerness and become an active proponent of it.
ENFP is sensitive and caring about people; she likes to give them advice in various challenging situations. She is emotional and continually needs new insights.
As stated, because of the desire to have good relationships with all, he may be overburden with excessive contacts. By its very nature, he is trustworthy and can talk unnecessary information during the conversation. It is characteristic for him to be soon disappointed in people who are sympathetic to him. He may also be too excited by different situations and depend heavily on his mood.
With all 16 personality types, he has a different relationship and, like everyone else, these relationships can be either comfortable, neutral or tense. Comfortable contacts are best for relaxing and closeness. For a job, the connection can be either neutral or tense. Tense relationships are not proper for close relations; they end up in conflict as a result of too much intercourse.
For The Adviser, the closest and most convenient relationship (dual) is with The Master (ISTJ). This relationship is best suited for living together and everyday leisure. Here, the least stresses arise, and the partners do not hurt each other. They do not need to check their actions, and they can be themselves. As they distribute responsibilities almost automatically, they can save much of the energy to new things. Differences and disputes are resolved not by compromise but by cooperation, that is, taking into account the other and satisfying his real needs, while not contradicting one’s own interests.
For ENFP, the most intense relationship (conflict) is with the System Designer (ISTP). In this regard, tension occurs over time. If the partners are not often together, then there will be no problems. If, however, something has to be done together, then with the time, partners behavior becomes more and more confusing. Usually, it ends with a conflict.
The best ENFP relationships to do something together – rest or interact – are with the Mediator (ISFJ), Administrator (ESTJ), Humanist (INFP) and with some other Advisor (ENFP).
ENFP relationships with different personality types
System creator ISTP