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Question #1243675364Saturday, 30-May-2009
Category: Benefit and Supervision ESFp
Hi, I'm an ESFp and my wife is an INFj. This means that I'm the supervisor and she's the supervisee. My wife continually says that I'm not "with her" through struggles. She often feels my lack of involvement. Is there something I can do so she can feel my presence and involvement? Also, I would love to hear other ESFps and their experiences in supervision relationships. Thanks. -- Patrick
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A1 My younger sister is an INFj and she never told me she has this kind of problem with me, but that's maybe because our relationship is not so intimate as a marriage and we're very much used to each other. Somebody at this site wrote that INFjs are more at ease when the person they are with is at ease and in good mood. That has proven correct in the interaction with my sister. Also, she likes to be provided with material help, like cooking meals for her, and likes getting supporting SMSs from me when she's fulfilling a difficult task. Your wife's feeling that you're not with her is probably coming from your being a p, therefore maybe seeming to her "always on the go and not paying enough attention". When she's in trouble, try being physically with her and suggest a practical solution. You could also try observing what ESTjs, her duals, do to help others and learn from them. -- Ezis (ESFp)
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