Who is the Turbulent ENFP (ENFP-T)?

If you are an ENFP, chances are that you have a very wild imagination. That’s why we love you. ENFPs are considered to be the optimists of the MBTI typology. All ENFPs are, however, not all the same. There are the ENFP-A and the ENFP-T.

Here, we are going to focus more on the ENFP-T.

Who is an ENFP-T?

This is the turbulent ENFP. While all ENFPs are extroverts, the ENFP-T is naturally more laid back than other ENFPs.

They take a different approach to life and big decisions. You should know that all ENFPs use the same cognitive functions. The difference between the T and A is their approach to life.

What are ENFP-Ts Like?

Wondering what you can expect from an ENFP-T? Here are some of their general traits.

1.      Better Decision Making

So here’s the thing about ENFP-T. They are more worried about decisions and the impact they have on their life.

So while ENFPs are known to be optimists, ENFP-Ts are more likely to mull over choices before making one. While this might make them seem slower, it certainly allows them to make better decisions.

Spending more time thinking about different choices and paths allows them to see more loopholes than an ENFP-A might notice.

2.      Introverted Extroverts

It can be said that the main reason why ENFPs are considered to be introverted extroverts is because of the turbulent ENFPs.

They are more withdrawn than your typical ENFP. This means that they enjoy alone time and will usually not be super extroverts.

Most ENFP-Ts often mistype themselves as INFP. This just shows how deep their preferences gravitate towards spending time alone.

3.      More ENFP-Ts than ENFP-As

There are more ENFP-Ts than ENFP-As. This is according to Personality Junkie. This explains why more ENFPs appear to keep to themselves more.

60% of all ENFPs are turbulent by their very nature.

4.      ENFP-T and Confidence

While ENFPs in general, are known for their optimism, ENFP-Ts will be more pessimistic than ENFP-As. Thus, they might seem paranoid or overly worried to other extroverts.

Their pessimistic behavior will cut across most parts of their lives and the decisions that they make. While this might seem like a bad quality on the surface, it can be extra useful.

As stated earlier, the fact that ENFP-T is more pessimistic does not take their general optimism away. Thus, this quality helps the ENFP-T to be much more realistic when faced with issues.

However, this can also lead to other issues such as depression and suicidal thoughts. If you are going through any of this, you might want to see a therapist.

5.      ENFP-T and Enneagram Types

Generally, ENFPs usually identify themselves as type 7s. However, it is normal to see some ENFP-Ts identify themselves as type 4 or type 2.

This often corresponds with how the turbulent ENFP sees themselves or their self-image. Type 4 is also directly related with introverted feeling.

6.      ENFP-T and Appearance

ENFP-T are especially worried about how they appear to others. While not as meticulous as other types, the ENFP-Ts care about how others perceive them and will take great care with their dressing and fashion.

This gives the ENFP-T a generally good appearance and first impression. However, because ENFP-Ts are often concerned about how they are viewed by others, they might become people-pleasers.

This is especially true for turbulent ENFPs that identify themselves as type 2.

ENFP-T and Dating

If you are dating an ENFP, then you will admit that there are a lot of good vibes and optimism in the relationship. They are always looking for ways to add warmth and adventure to their relationship.

If your partner is ENFP-T or you are attracted to this personality type, here are some things you should know.

·         ENFP-T and Compatibility

The natural partners of the ENFP-T are INFJ-A and INTJ-A. While this is true, any two mature people can make a relationship work with enough commitment.

Being compatible just makes things easier.

·         Consistency Matters

To ENFP-Ts, consistency is important. They want to know that they can rely on you. So, being inconsistent will make you seem unreliable.

ENFP-Ts value consistency over almost anything else.

·         Constant Growth

ENFP-Ts are still ENFPs. This means that growth and development remain extremely important to them. These are things they want to find in a partner.

If you are someone who values routine over anything else, then you are definitely going to have problems with an ENFP-T

·         Quality Time

ENFP-Ts want to spend quality time with their partners. Quality time might mean different things to each person.

So, if you are with an ENFP-T, make sure you know what they define as quality time and try to live up to that. Other love languages that turbulent ENFPs fancies are physical touch and words of affirmation.

If you want to know more about these love languages, you can click that link.

·         Spontaneous and Open-Minded

If you want to date an ENFP, then you must be open to new possibilities. ENFP’s mind is always buzzing with new ideas for work or just for fun.

As the person closest to them, you are going to be the first person they tell. Things are sure not going to end well if you shoot down their ideas at every turn.

Struggles ENFP-T Face in Relationships

One of the biggest problems ENFP-T face in a relationship is the problem of commitment. While ENFP-Ts can easily commit, there might find it hard to stay in the relationship.

It’s not that they are flirts. It’s simply because there are very few people who can match their energy.

ENFP-Ts and Career Options

ENFP-T enjoys working in an environment that allows them to be creative. They also like working in groups of like-minded people.

If you want to get the best out of the ENFP-T, place them in roles that allow for creativity and fewer conflicts.

Best Careers for ENFP-T

  • Writer
  • Photographer
  • Travel Agent
  • Librarian
  • Professor
  • Graphic Designer
  • Fashion Designer
  • Corporate Lawyer
  • Psychologist
  • Skincare Expert

Careers ENFP-Ts Should Avoid

  • Pathologist
  • Litigation Lawyer
  • Police Officer
  • Farmer
  • Dentist
  • Pharmacist
  • Civil Engineer
Umesi
Ejike Umesi is the owner of Personality Hunt. He is an ENTP, lawyer and is very enthusiastic about psychology. In his spare time, he can be seen watching football or reading more about the enneagrams!

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