27 ENFJ Memes Protagonists Can Relate To
by Lisa Sparrow
Do you ever wish someone would capture all the struggles and qualities you have as an ENFJ so that you could see a bigger picture of yourself?
The good news is that meme masters from all over the world have already done that!
Today we’ll take a look at some of the best ENFJ memes ever made so that you can get to know more about your personality type in an entertaining way!
27 ENFJ Memes That Capture This Outgoing and Highly Organized Personality
Let’s waste no time—here are some incredibly accurate ENFJ memes you’ll love and relate to!
ENFJs Love People
Even if you are naturally a private person and don’t like talking about yourself too much, it all changes once you meet an ENFJ. Their light-hearted spirit and warm, approachable attitude will help you relax and make you comfortable. Because of this, you’ll probably feel like you’ve known them for years and tell them some details you wouldn’t share with everyone!
You know those people that stop the waiter while sitting in their favorite cafe to ask them how their day has been? Or the ones that’ll say something nice to a fast food worker or smile at a bus driver and wish them a nice evening? That’s exactly who ENFJs are!
ENFJ people believe that everyone deserves attention, especially when no one else remembers to make them feel nice. Their small signs of affection and words of encouragement melt hearts, and rarely does anyone remain immune to them.
One of the main goals of every ENFJ is to put a smile on their loved ones’ faces. These individuals will make any wish come true only to see people around them laugh or smile, and it’ll make them feel useful and fulfilled. However, if they don’t manage to do it, they’ll feel as if they’ve lost their purpose in life. Yes, that’s how intense ENFJs can be!
The ENFJs’ tendency to be concerned with other people’s feelings comes from their auxiliary cognitive function, which is Introverted Intuition (Ni). While their dominant function, Extraverted Feeling (Fe), collects information about the people around them, Ni allows them to process this information and accurately read people.
Thanks to these two functions working together, ENFJs will often perceive the changes in your mood and know when you’re sad or angry. Not to mention, they’ll also do their best to find out what the problem is and how they can help you!
As previously mentioned, ENFJs can feel your sadness due to their intuition. And, believe us, they can’t stand it!
That being said, they choose to fight it with what they do best—emotional support. So, if an ENFJ notices you’re not okay, they’ll probably shower you with a pep talk, extra compliments, and even some hugs and kisses!
Since ENFJs believe that making their loved ones feel good and safe is their life's mission, they don’t give up on it so easily. This means they’re not the type of friend or partner who’ll leave you alone to struggle with your demons. And, well, they don’t accept “no” for an answer since they are positive you’d feel better if they were by your side!
ENFJs are fierce supporters and motivators. Unlike INTJs, who can’t stand untalented and ignorant people, ENFJs believe that every person needs validation to succeed in what they do.
Therefore, your ENFJ friend will gladly applaud while you’re playing an out-of-tune guitar or enjoy your attempts at singing “Bohemian Rapsody,” even if you’re belting it out off-key. No worries, they won’t even notice their ears are bleeding—they’ll be that focused on supporting you!
Since ENFJs belong to extroverted personality types, they feel empty when spending time alone. They have a constant fear of missing out on something exciting that is happening out there, and they constantly yearn for other people’s company.
As a matter of fact, an ENFJ may feel like they were forcibly detached from the world after only a few hours without hearing someone’s voice!
ENFJs Neglect Their Own Needs
ENFJ people ignore their own needs—a lot. In fact, that’s the key negative trait they develop during their lives.
These individuals are usually so focused on healing other people’s emotional wounds that they forget they may have their own. And even when ENFJs notice that something is wrong with them, they usually choose to stay quiet about it and wait until it passes.
It’s not that ENFJs think they’ll come across as weak if they ask for help—they simply don’t think they need it.
Even though they tend to express their emotions openly, ENFJ people know that their sadness may cause others to feel bad. For this reason, they’d rather hide how they feel and fight their battles by themselves than share their concerns with someone.
Considering their problems smaller and less important than those of other people is another way in which ENFJs downplay their emotions and needs. This happens if their Fe is underdeveloped, as this function is responsible for expressing feelings. They may believe that they don’t have the right to complain as long as there are people in worse situations.
To improve their own quality of life, ENFJs need to learn to admit when they feel bad, even if their concerns aren’t the biggest ones in the world.
ENFJ people often believe that putting other people’s needs first doesn’t affect the quality of their lives. For this reason, they may not be too receptive when others—usually more realistic personality types such as ESTJs—try to point out the toxicity of such actions.
While trying to be cheerful even during bad moments may seem inspiring to some people, others consider this ENFJ trait forced.
Still, people with anv rarely care about it. At times, they may even show that they’re annoyed but still choose to say positive words or help others. Their need to spread positivity is simply stronger than they are.
Even though ENFJs talk a lot and appear as open books, they aren’t that transparent. While they want to get to know other people, ENFJs feel like sharing their stories isn’t fair when there are so many other people to focus on. Hence, it may take longer than expected to get them to open up to you.
ENFJs Don’t Know How To Set Boundaries
In general, ENFJs consider it a blessing when someone seeks their help. Because of this, they don’t refuse to do someone a favor even if they don’t feel like doing it. For ENFJ people, saying “no” to someone’s wishes means betraying their trust, which they simply can’t let happen.
Just like their introverted buddies, INFJs, ENFJ people cherish harmony above all else and can’t stand conflicts.
So, even if an ENFJ’s personal boundaries have been crossed, they may not say it aloud since they’re afraid of confrontation. This is because, in their minds, conflicts and arguments mean disharmony. The equation is clear—and for ENFJs, it seems better to let it go.
Not only does an inharmonious environment make ENFJs nervous, but it can also change their mood within seconds. Normally cheerful and good-humored ENFJ people will overthink the chaos around them and get anxious while attempting to sort out the mess (as they always do). This can only bring them more trouble and postpone the problem's solution.
We’ve already mentioned how difficult it is for ENFJs to participate in arguments. And, as soon as the quarrel finishes, they’ll rethink every single word they said, wondering whether they’ve hurt anyone. Or, if they’re not at fault, they’ll just withdraw and analyze the conversation they had with the other party, remembering what they could’ve said better or more firmly.
Feelers like ENFJs are well-known for their emotional nature. This often means they act based on their heart's desires instead of thinking rationally.
This can be a double-edged sword, and ENFJs with well-developed cognitive functions know it. As a result, they often overanalyze and wonder whether they’re doing the right thing or if they should listen to their heart or head.
Nothing makes an ENFJ’s heart beat faster than the feeling that something is wrong with the person sitting across from them—not even running a marathon!
Since they are fairly intuitive, ENFJs will notice sighs or weird looks on their friends’ or partners’ faces, and their brains will start working as fast as their hearts. “Are they sad? Did someone annoy them? Did I annoy them?” They won’t stop thinking and wondering until they discover the truth!
There’s another thing you should know about ENFJs: they like to have everything under control—even people’s thoughts and feelings.
An ENFJ's mind goes crazy if they can’t figure out how a person feels. They’ll think of all possible scenarios and still be unable to decode other people’s behaviors. For them, the fact that they can’t really help everyone or know what everyone thinks is a truly hard pill to swallow.
ENFJ individuals are also rather sensitive to other people’s reactions to them. If they notice you sound more distant or harsher than usual when talking to them, they’ll spend hours or even days wondering why that happens. They’ll analyze every conversation they had with you and think about the things that could’ve made you angry or upset.
Because of the above-mentioned sensitivity, ENFJs usually experience a shock when they realize that someone doesn’t like them.
Being aware of the effort they invest in harmonious relationships with others, ENFJs can rarely understand that some people don’t find them interesting or pleasant enough. In such cases, they’ll spend a lot of time trying to determine why that is so and even get frustrated if they can’t figure it out.
When a bad thing happens in ENFJs’ relationships with other people, they don’t immediately put the blame on someone else—quite the contrary.
The first thing that’ll cross their minds is that they’ve done something to cause all the mess. So, at times, ENFJs apologize for some acts even if they haven’t done anything wrong, which may make it easy for others to manipulate them.
ENFJs Want To Be Appreciated
It’s true—ENFJs will always help you, even if you don’t specifically ask them to do it, and they won’t request anything in return. Still, that doesn’t mean they don’t expect their actions to be appreciated. If they notice you don’t value their efforts to do something nice for you, ENFJs will go home and wallow in self-pity for days (or even weeks).
This ENFJ meme is a true representation of what many people don’t see about them.
People often perceive individuals with this personality type as strong and stable, which is generally true. However, there are moments when they interpret people’s lack of gratitude as their own mistake or a wasted effort and get really sad. Once they start believing this, there’s little you can do to convince them otherwise.
In the end, it’s not only the sadness an ENFJ feels when they’re not valued enough. They get extremely irritated and furious if they notice that people around them don’t care much for others—including them. This being said, the frustration they feel may end up causing them real “amgery issues,” which can make them react intensely to ingratitude or underappreciation.
And these would be the most accurate and relatable ENFJ memes ever!
We hope that this article made you smile and taught you some more things about ENFJs. Keep in mind, though, that these are just memes. Not everything related to this funny and loveable personality type can be contained in a few pictures, but they can help you understand some of their key traits better!