The Comprehensive ENFP Survival Guide

The Comprehensive ENFP Survival Guide

Heidi Priebe / Jul 18, 2019

The Comprehensive ENFP Survival Guide Life as an ENFP is no walk in the park Despite the happy go lucky attitude they exude only those who share the specific preference for extroversion intuition feeling and perceiving on the Myers Bri

  • Title: The Comprehensive ENFP Survival Guide
  • Author: Heidi Priebe
  • ISBN: 9780692532508
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback
  • Life as an ENFP is no walk in the park Despite the happy go lucky attitude they exude, only those who share the specific preference for extroversion, intuition, feeling and perceiving on the Myers Briggs Type Indicator can truly understand the unique form of chaos that governs this type s restless mind Embodying a profoundly strange stack of cognitive functions, ENFPs apLife as an ENFP is no walk in the park Despite the happy go lucky attitude they exude, only those who share the specific preference for extroversion, intuition, feeling and perceiving on the Myers Briggs Type Indicator can truly understand the unique form of chaos that governs this type s restless mind Embodying a profoundly strange stack of cognitive functions, ENFPs approach the world with both the enthusiasm of a child and the wisdom of an old soul In this detailed, type based survival guide, seasoned MBTI author and shameless ENFP Heidi Priebe explains how to manage the ups, downs and inside outs of everyday life as one of the most passionate yet self contradictory types.

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    1. “Perhaps what every INFP longed to hear growing up is simply that it’s okay to feel things as deeply as they do. It’s okay to be overjoyed one moment and filled with despair the next. It’s okay to feel the pain of the whole world on your shoulders and to find its redemption inside tiny, fleeting moments. It’s okay to break down. It’s okay to let in happiness. It’s okay to be terrified about what comes next and to find beauty in the most unexpected places. It’s okay to ride every [...]


    2. Heidi Priebe does an amazing job in opening out the ENFP miraculous world for everyone. This book is a must read for every ENFP and everyone who lives or deals on a daily basis with us - ENFP guys. It will help you better understand yourself and work further on your improvement, because for an ENFP we are our best project to develop in a lifetime. And, for those who live along us it will provide assistance and give answers to their numerous "why"-s as we go riding our roller coaster called "life [...]


    3. Oh my gosh. This book. It's basically a narrative of my very soul. Words can't even begin to explain it, there is just a mountain of exclamation points I want to use right now.


    4. I've spent a lot of time over the last couple months researching MBTI (yes, I am an ENFP, yes I research) and have found the internet to be largely awash in conflicting and over-sensationalized accounts of personality theory. Priebe is one of the few online authors I have come across whose articles seemed to jibe with my own observations. I was impressed enough with her work on other types that I thought I would read what she had to say about me.Turns out, I'm pretty awesome. Seriously though, t [...]


    5. I know, I know. Another MBTI book, Lauren, really? Weren't you an ENFP? Literally, didn't you just read Priebe's ENFP book?Okay, okay. Yes. Yes, I did. However, after reading this, I'm 99% I mistyped myself, as INFPs are prone to do. Afterall, I've been testing as an INFP for YEARS. What, suddenly I like to surround myself with people and I'm an extrovert? Yeah, so I retook the test and answered all questions with an extrovert angle. Thus, ENFP. I'm dumb. Apparently we're also guilty of mistypin [...]


    6. *I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* I have been fascinated by personality types since years, so I was particularly excited when offered this book. I am an INFP and often feel misunderstood by others, but also by myself. The book helped me understand myself so much more and while I thought to know a lot of INFPs, I learned so many interesting new things. It was also totally amusing when I recognized myself in the writing, which happened quite often. I personally [...]


    7. I have been following Heide's posts on Thought Catalogue for about a year now and I was very eager to read her book! As an ENFP I am naturally curious about learning a bit more about what makes me tick. Her comprehensive guide combines many of her previous articles with further research and clever new insights. It's always nice to know that you aren't alone. If you consider yourself an ENFP (or if you know and love one) then this book will not disappoint.


    8. I felt understood for the first time. This was an eye-opening read with regards to the way the ENFP personality type develops and how it relates to other personality types. Insightful and thought provoking. -an ENFP :)


    9. This is the most complete book about the topic I have read so far. And a bonus: it's also kind of therapeutic.It's the basic about INFP but it's developed in a more 'profound' way, touching hidden and subtle parts of the matter that nurtured and satisfied my curiosity.The theoretical part in the beginning is hard to grasp at first. It's very intangible and easy to mix and get lost in the middle of all those terms: Fi, Ne, Si, Te: introverted Feeling, extroverted iNtuition, introverted Sensing, a [...]


    10. Heidi has a clear writing style and concise manner of sharing information. Her understanding of cognition is great, and it opened up my eyes to both the good elements of my personality (yay, I have a well-developed Si that keeps me focused and on track!) and the negatives (I become reclusive at times, instead of reflective). It didn't quite resonate entirely with me (I'm not an Enneagram 7, and a lot of the focus seems to be on that combination), but I really appreciated that she spent time dedi [...]


    11. This was an extremely satisfying read as an ENFP. Heidi Priebe's book starts by briefly dissecting the MBTI type indicator, and explains how the order of your underlying cognitive functions shape how you perceive and judge the world around you. It focuses equally on the benefits and pitfalls of the type, and is richly illustrated with anecdotes from other ENFPs (and other types' perception of the ENFP). An interesting bonus at the end, the book compares the ENFP's compatibility with other types, [...]


    12. a punch in the gut is what this is! and a punch every ENFP needs desperately. a well written book by an author who truly understands what it is to be ENFP; the positives are of course wonderful to read and feel good about, but this is not a book that makes you feel special, it makes you want to be special by fixing your crappy side. thank god the author is an ENFP, Maybe that's why the punch to the gut doesn't hurt as much.


    13. Amazing!! I felt like I was reading an autobiography. It was so incredible. The things about the shadow functions and the shadow personality were so interesting omg! LIKE I KNOW MBTI IS A PSEUDOSCIENCE AND PERSONALITY CAN'T BE MEASURED AND THAT IT IS A FORER EFFECT. BLAH BLAH BLAH BUT IT'S JUST SO FUN!!!!


    14. For me, Reading this book was the kind of experience you know for sure you will never be the same person after having it.


    15. Given as a gift from my favorite INFP, this survival guide would may only be riveting if you are an ENFP.which of course I am. Although Kimber gave this to me last Christmas, I didn't read it until she insisted that I not make another major life decision until I had read the book to better understand my own brain. It was definitely thought provoking. Best of all, it was more lovely fuel for my Meyers-Briggs hobby. I think the strength of this book lies in both Priebe's insight and into her excel [...]


    16. Loved this book! Highly recommend!If you want to understand yourself more clearly, then this book will help. Having been stuck in a loop I feel inspired to break out of it and re-set. Yay!!! I love being an ENFP ❤


    17. The difference between taking a myers briggs test online and reading this book is like the difference between using an outhouse at a trailhead in the winter with the cold breeze coming up the john vs sitting in a hot tub with a beer in hand after a long day of skiing. Seriously, this book is so far beyond any Myers Briggs website that blabbers about being an Extravert or Introvert, that it boggles my mind. I can't believe I have been so dumb and in the dark on the topic of cognitive functions an [...]


    18. an awesome book that complements your book collection. it had things you could easily find on the internet that's why it didn't get the full five stars. however it did taught me new things or different approaches. I wpuld recommend this book for every INFPer who wants to read the differences, the comparisons about INFP, about the balanced INFP and unbalanced one, about careers, career mapping and more.


    19. Once upon a time, I thought I was an INFP. I was wrong.First off, I love Heidi Priebe. After all, I just finished How You'll Do Everything Based On Your Personality Type. If you haven't checked her out on Thought Catalog, I highly recommend it. If you don't know your MBTI, go here. As an ENFP, I feel crazy about 98% of the time. "Having a thousand great ideas that you never follow through on", "wanting to be alone.but like, with other people nearby" and "being a walking contradiction in almost e [...]



    20. Got this for a fellow ENFP because he was/is way too TOXIC, he loves the book (ALL ABOUT HIMSELF) That says alotNarcissitic, eh? ENFP's are great but "creepy" when they are toxic. I'm not sure he recognizes himself as being "too needy" to the point of abusing other peoples boundaries. As a fellow ENFP, this is just a "personality guide" book. It's more of an affirmation, self-full filling prophecy. i.e. that everything the ENFP does is okay. It's not. Add a self-help chapter please. ENFP's can b [...]


    21. This book is a must-read for ENFPs and those who live with them, love them, and work with them! I learned a lot about my strengths and how to overcome my weaknesses that come with being an ENFP. I wanted to give this book 5 stars, but it has quite a few typos, so I gave it 4 stars.



    22. I found it extremely interesting and just spot on. After I finished reading it I felt content and proud to be an INFP.



    23. It's amazing how much a book can tell about you and your inner order. I was reading it during a hard time in my life and this book made me smile a lot and love myself more for being who I am.


    24. So, I've been spending many years trying to be an extrovert and not even realizing it. My heart is full of love for people and wanting the world to have more joy, peace, wonder, etc. I'm often spontaneous, enjoy trying new experiences, can't say "No" when I feel like I should help someone and talk to people fairly easily, this all lead me to Priebe's ENFP survival guide, but while reading it I felt like something was off. It wasn't quite me, although many things did ring true. After studying cog [...]


    25. Heidi Priebe's INFP survival guide is a good start for any INFP trying to understand him or herself. She explains the basics of the type and how well they tackle certain situations like their workspace, parenting, etc. She provides the pros and the cons while trying to help us handle some of those cons.The most interesting chapter in my eyes was the one about the unhealthy INFP behaviors. Most INFP's know we are prone to mental problems like anxiety, depression and many others. Knowing this is o [...]


    26. Great book!So many aha moments! Thanks for this book, I feel like I’m normal now! I thought there was something freakishly wrong with me for being so enthusiastic in the beginning of a project and then failing to complete it. I learn that ENFP’s need a career that it’s flexible, creative and most importantly has a humane purpose. I can see where my optimistic, imaginative personality comes from! Im on a journey of self-discovery and this was the first books I’ve read on my personality. T [...]


    27. Even though I've read MANY Mbti articles, and even though many of those articles were written by Heidi Priebe herself, there was more new material in this book than I expected (at least, new to me). The chapters on growth, the unhealthy "loops," and the one on relationship challenges were particularly helpful, and I even found myself tearing up a little at some of the encouraging words this book has to offer for INFPs. Five stars minus one for a) the amount of typos--there is a typo every few pa [...]


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