So instead of patiently abiding in their Ne-Fi process, they allow their Si to take precedence, deferring to what is comfortable, familiar, or easy.
Unfortunately, they may later come to regret their failure to grant themselves more time to fully flesh out their Ne-Fi values and interests prior to making such huge commitments.
Behaviorally, however, they seem to live by their own rules, according to the whims and ways of their Ne.
These sorts of dominant-inferior struggles can engender confusion with regard to what they want out of life and out of their relationships.
ENFPs are notorious for their broad interests and dilettantish ways.
Unfortunately, as is true of other types, ENFPs are prone to taking apparent short-cuts to wholeness by granting their inferior function control over their decision-making.Early in their type development, ENFPs may be attracted to the stability and consistency of SJ types (i.e., ESTJs, ISTJs, ISFJs, ESFJs), especially those who display similar values and worldviews.This is due to the fact that SJs outwardly embody the ENFP’s own inferior function (Si), which they instinctively sense is an important element in their journey toward wholeness.In some cases, such confusion is justified, since the ENFP may herself be experiencing ambivalence with respect to her identity.We should be careful, however, not to prematurely fault or criticize young ENFPs for such discrepancies.They want to figure out who they are, what they value, what they should be doing, where they might want to live, as well as their preferred type of partner and relationship.