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About all we know is that ENFP-ISTJ couples tend to seek therapy more often than other combinations.
One study found that males (any type) married to female ENFPs had a very high satisfaction rate (about 90% were satisfied with their female ENFP).
A study of undecided students found that among females, 22.4% were ENFPs, and among males, 16.3% were ENFPs. ENFPs are the type that turns up third most frequently among people majoring in Education.
They seem to be good at it too; after the ENTJs, ENFPs were the type that turned up most frequently in the national CASE finalist list for professor of the year.
Isabel Myers (INFP) married a man named Chief, an ISTJ and a good man.
This appears to be true--at least from the Rational point of view.
For one category of stress ("Finances") ENFPs were the third most stressed out type.
Apparently this area is the ENFP's archilles' heel.
(Note that almost all the Intuitives were less satisfied with their marriage than almost all Sensors, but the ENFPs were on the high end of the low end.) ENFPs were the type least likely to indicate that they preferred the work environment characteristic "Everything done by the book." In fact, only 4.5% of ENFPs liked this characteristic!The path choices were "Managerial," "Technical," "Challenging project," and "Own company." Each path was preferred by 1 - 3 specific types; the ENFPs, however, preferred each path almost equally. Nor do they turn up in the lists of types who really hated certain aspects of their job.What we do know about them is that they were dissatisfied with "Promotions" and "Salary" (like pretty much all types).Please bear in mind that none of this has to be a stereotype that rules your life. They were happy together, but according to Isabel's own type theory they weren't predicted to be perfect for each other.You're a unique individual with a unique background, and this description is simply a generalization based on statistics and averages. Later on, Myers said that if she had known about type theory, she probably wouldn't have married Chief. There is a lesson to be learned here: type is not everything, nor should it be the decisive factor in choosing your lifemate. Then too, the connections between type, attraction, love and marriage haven't been well studied yet. Tieger and Baron-Tieger (2000) found that Idealist-Idealist pairings have an average satisfaction rate of 73%--the highest attraction rating for all the NF pairings, and almost the highest possible satisfaction for all pairings. Green = Guardian, Blue = Idealist, Purple = Artisan, and Teal = Rational.