Originally Posted by QuickTwist
I'm not sure I can help because you listed zero behaviors of this person.
I listed all behaviors in the first post.
Originally Posted by Artsu Tharaz
Err, knowing someone's type won't determine if the relationship is worth continuing - that should be done on an individual basis based on how things actually play out. It can be a factor, but I think it best to consider just a point of interest.
I think the reason an ESFP won't seem Fe is because of the goal-focused nature of Fe. An ESFP is unlikely to try to go to lengths to explain their reasoning behind decisions or to try and organise a group to maintain harmony. However, in terms of Jung, an ESFP is likely to fit the profile of the Extroverted Feeling type. So, I guess it depends on how Fe is being defined. Either way, ESFP and ESFJ are going to be similar, however if ENFJ is also being thrown into the mix, it seems more likely to be ESFJ. Also, a J can be ADHD.
Knowing their type helps with knowing what approach to take to overcome any problems that may arise.
I think that maybe can be true if I'm overthinking it. They can be pretty easy to tell apart but in this case I remained skeptical. There was also the personality trait associated with presumed Se types and attention deficit - they always say they want or want to do something but never really want to. For example they say they want a food, but only take two bites and don't finish the rest. We make plans but E never really follow up, which is normal. They'll say definitively they want to play a game but know they can easily change their mind with no attachments. So we'll play, for two seconds, then they get bored or find some excuse to get mad so they can do something else, then come back and say they aren't mad, although this doesn't mean they'll continue to play. Kind of annoying.
I'd see myself as INTP, or lead Ti with inferior Fe. That behavior seems the exact opposite with the limits we have, so I type EXFJ. Whether it's N or not is kind of hard with this kind of person. There seems to be a strong Si component but for shits and giggles. They are also small, so it doesn't seem like a strong Se type.
But soon enough a real probable ENFJ comes along which makes the person seem ESFJ, ESFP, or just ADHD something. So ESFP seems more and more likely even though they are small and sometimes exhibit a disinterest in food. They also try to seem deep but with no real conviction. The hippie ideals are mostly hedonistic rather than for some intellectual fulfillment.