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    Default Differences between ESFj-ESE and ENFp-IEE

    How do you tell apart an ESFj from an ENFp?

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    ESFjs look more similar to ISFps and ENFps look more similar to INFjs ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmcnew
    ESFjs look more similar to ISFps and ENFps look more similar to INFjs ...
    I'm sorry, but that doesn't help me much.

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    Thanks for your response.

    But are there signs in communication that differ between the two?

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    ESFJs tend to talk about concrete things, events, and people; a ESFJ's idea of a conversation is to relate in detail, sequentially, what they did during the day, what happened at work, etc.

    ENFPs are more likely to discuss ideas or to relate the significant events of what's been happening.
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    ENFPs dress more quirky, their hapiness may appear more fake to some...

    ESFJs have more rounded features...

    ENFP nose is very proportional usually, they use eyebrows a lot in their expressions (up and down).

    ESFJs have a streak of psycho in them (no offence its thing us ISTPs seem to like a bit)...

    ENFPs can be more touchy

    ESFJs might rape you with their eyes

    ENFPs seem to prefer honesty

    ESFJs try to control their reality in an honest way... (I really think only a few people will get this ohn well)..


    The ones Ive met are real nice people, of both types...
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    Actually, there is a real obvious way to tell ...

    ENFps have an intuitive gaze ... ESFjs have a focused gaze ...

    It takes a little practice to figure out the diffrence and recognize in people.

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    IcEPiCk, please tell us more about the eye, round features and the "pycho" things.

    Thanks

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    I would also say that ESFJs have a polite smile while ENFPs are said to have a really bright smile. I smile all over the place when I talk to people...It probably looks pretty pathetic at times. :wink:
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    Definitely, to INTJ, ESFJ smile will appear more natural, 'wild', its just there, whatever the circumstances are. ESFJ emotions are hard to describe, but they are always a little 'crazy', a little over the edge.
    Instead, ENFPs are VERY careful with showing their emotions. They find it rude to show extreme positive or extreme negative attitude to something. Also, they have introverted feeling in mental ring, and so they do not think about emotions themselves generally, their always target someone - to impress, to change one's attitude towards something (FI).

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    It's automatic. We do it once we start talking to someone. Smiling from ear to ear. It also happens when I'm reading and replying in forums. That's why there are so many disgusting smileys in my posts.
    Its almost... predatory...

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