I believe them to be the best friends. ENFJs are fantastic too. I've taken the Myers-Briggs exam three times. Once in High School and twice in college. I came out as an INFJ all three times. I love being one. Although it is frustrating that people just don't understand me at times. Mainly, they don't understand my thought process--how I can get from point a to x in three hops in a manner of seconds. I was once stopped mid sentence by my step-mother one day for her to ask me, "how the hell did you get to that topic?". I then explained, well, this reminds me of that, and then that, and that's how I got there. I feel better knowing that other INFJ's think similarly. Even if there aren't many of us out there. At least, among people I know, there are far more than 1 to 2% of people in our INFJ family... Anyone else agree? What do you like about being an INFJ? What do you dislike?