ENFJ - Personal Relationship
ENFJs take parenting very seriously. They have little difficulty developing close relationships with their children, and are very warm, supportive, and responsible parents. ENFJs take the task of instilling strong values and goals in their children very seriously, and constantly aim to be good role models for their children.
Because ENFJs hold themselves to such a high standard of parenting, they sometimes have a tendency to become strict and controlling parents. They may often push their children toward sharing their own ideals and values. ENFJs must remember to allow their children to make mistakes and be able to learn on their own.
ENFJs’ social nature gives them a strong desire for close, intimate relationships, and ENFJs are willing to put in the effort to achieve this. Initially, ENFJs may have trouble opening up to their significant other. They do best with a deeply caring partner who is a great listener. Once ENFJs do open up though, ENFJs are usually great at maintaining these relationships by being affectionate, loyal, and trustworthy. ENFJs are often drawn to other Feeling personality types, with similar values as themselves.
ENFJs make friends easily — they have a genuine interest in others. They have the ability to relate to a variety of people if necessary, but may choose not to spend time around different personality types. In particular, ENFJs may choose to avoid Sensing and Perceiving types, whose carefree attitude may conflict with ENFJs beliefs.