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For instance, Joe might tell his “giver” that he appreciates that she is always seeing to his happiness, but he would like an equal chance to make her happy, too.
Partners have to stand their ground and ignore appeasing comments like, “Seeing you happy makes me happy.” The “giver’s” need to make others happy and to “do what’s best” can kick into overdrive and become smothering.
On the other hand, ENFJs may become so desperate for approval from others that they may behave oddly or outside of the realm of social regularity.
This may be portrayed as saying or doing something in public or around strangers that most people would consider inappropriate.
This is one of the less common Myers-Briggs personalities, accounting for an estimated two percent of the population.