People with this personality type are very charming, energetic, and independent. They are creative and do best in situations where they have the freedom to be creative and innovative. Each personality type is composed of four cognitive functions that relate to how people process information and make decisions. It is the first two functions that play the most obvious role in personality. The latter two functions also play a role in personality, although their influence may only arise in certain settings or situations.
ENFP: The Champion (Extraverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Perceiving)
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Each personality type has their own way of flirting and connecting with others. When it comes to romance not everyone approaches it the same or even shares the same relationship values. INFJs have a very unique approach to romantic entanglements, but they do value them very much. Some INFJs might be hesitant when it comes to romance, even though most can peg them as affectionate and open people. In truth INFJs keep so much to themselves and have many layers which make it difficult for them to feel comfortable really opening up to someone, even if they like them very much. INFJs actually struggle more when it comes to flirting with someone they truly like. Someone they are just being friendly with they can often flirt and be rather playful right away.
People who share the Protagonist personality type feel most at home when they are in a relationship, and few types are more eager to establish a loving commitment with their chosen partners. Protagonists take dating and relationships seriously, selecting partners with an eye towards the long haul, rather than the more casual approach that might be expected from some types in the Explorer Role group. On the other hand, people with the Protagonist personality type can sometimes be too preemptive in resolving their conflicts, asking for criticisms and suggestions in ways that convey neediness or insecurity. Protagonists invest their emotions wholly in their relationships, and are sometimes so eager to please that it actually undermines the relationship — this can lead to resentment, and even the failure of the relationship. When this happens, Protagonists experience strong senses of guilt and betrayal, as they see all their efforts slip away.
Embed this: Yin Yang chart was provided by Psychologia. A lot has been said about Yin and Yang, but at their very core, these two terms are used to describe two opposites that complete each other. A lot of people know that Yin can refer to the feminine, and Yang can refer to the masculine.