In summary, ENFJs help INFPs develop their ideals, and INFPs give ENFJs ideals to implement.
INFPs bring a deeper sense of meaning and values into the ESFJ's life.
Using their empathy, INFPs provide ESFJs with genuine appreciation and support.
INFPs also lay out a moral compass that the ESFJ can refer to when in positions of social leadership.
During a Relationship Deeply in tune with their feelings, they need to feel love and harmony in their relationships.
As romantics, INFPs may frequently fantasize about "ideal" relationships, wondering what else is out there.
The INFPs' avoidance of conflict may make them incompatible some with types.
While those with Thinking and Judging preferences view direct confrontation as an honest way to communicate, INFPs may view the conflict as a disapproval of their character.
ENFJs provide INFPs with an emotionally nurturing environment to be intellectual and unique.
This tendency is mostly positive, as their reaffirming, affectionate attitude helps their partners become better people.
However, in incompatible relationships, they may idealize their partners as having qualities that they do not actually possess.
Before a Relationship INFPs are cautious to fall in love, but once the partner has gained their trust, they will display tremendous affection, albeit indirectly.
They need someone who they can bond deeply and who shares their core values.