If the individual’s moral values aren’t well developed then they could easily use their abilities to manipulate others.
To outsiders, this sort of individual may seem like a wanderer with no direction or life plan.
ENFP individuals are considered to be one of the most varied and adaptable types of characters and are typically referred to as “inspirers.” As an ENFP grows up, his or her traits may exhibit a power play between the dominant and recessive features.
Finding a balance between the intuitive extravert and the sensitive introvert will be an important part of an ENFP being able to decide what they want out of life.
Such an outlook can be both helpful and detrimental in a relationship.
Although normally possessed with a strong set of moral and spiritual values, boredom or stagnancy in an ENFP’s relationship will inevitably cause the “inspirer” to become unhappy.
On the contrary, ENFPs are plagued with a need to figure out their purpose in life and may travel, try out many different activities and hobbies, and even switch religious views several times before finding out what best suits them.
This is all part of the individual’s own endeavor to live life to the fullest.
This type of individual takes relationships seriously and will definitely go to great lengths to make their partner happy but the effort has to be reciprocated.
This is where the partner needs to step in and provide for ENFP’s mental, emotional, and physical needs.
This persona doesn’t necessarily run through relationships at an unhealthy rate, but when it is clear that things aren’t going to work out, the “inspirer” has no problem moving on.
This individual’s ability to sense what their partner is feeling makes it easier to anticipate and meet their needs.
The down-side of this attitude is that this is the sort of person who would completely overlook his or her own needs.