ENFJs possess a high degree of empathy, leading them to always see the best in others. Because of their incredible empathy ENFJs, may sometimes place too much trust in others. This may make it easy for others to disappoint ENFJs or take advantage of them.
In addition, ENFJs may be prone toward immersing themselves in activities that involve other people because of their social nature. However, ENFJs must be careful not to make choices and define their priorities based solely on what others want—this may result in neglecting their own needs and losing one’s sense of purpose. It is critical that ENFJs do not sacrifice their own wellbeing and aspirations to help others.
Although they have very strongly held beliefs, ENFJs often have difficulty revealing their true identities and values. They are very deep, complex people. Because ENFJs are naturals at interacting with and understanding others, they may be “chameleon-like” interactions instead of revealing their true selves.
Finally, ENFJs often seek out the opinions of others, but may have a hard time accepting criticism. They may become reliant on others’ approval to validate their self-worth.