If you ask them what hobbies they have, but they can’t really think of any, then you could be dealing with someone who could be a boring boyfriend.
What to do when you’re stuck with a boring boyfriend Luckily, you don’t have to suffer through having a boring boyfriend forever.
Best of luck with everything :)As someone who dated an ENFP I can promise you they aren't judging you. Despite all the glitter, the type observing and figure people out, their motivation and all, quite well.
However, once that phase wore off, you got to know him a bit better.At this point, you may realize that he’s not exactly as spunky and entertaining as you might have thought.Was it the fact that he was a really exciting person, or was it his calm demeanor that really attracted you?Figuring out where your original feelings came from can help you to decide if the fact that he’s a little boring really makes that much of a difference in the grand scheme of things. in love: 5 big differences most people don’t know] #2 Find out if there’s anything personal he’s dealing with. Content Header .feed_item_answer_user.js-wf-loaded .
Some guys are super shy, some are really entertaining, and others are just plain boring.It's ok to open up as slowly or quickly as you want. I'm an INFJ and my other half is a female ENFP (26).Just because you can't tell him everything right now doesn't mean that you won't be able to in the future. Give yourself permission to do what makes you feel comfortable, and don't feel pressured to do things a certain way just because others have done it that way! It took me 6 months for me to ask her for her phone number, even though she clearly wanted me to have asked her sooner :)I'm saying this as someone who also needs to practice this, stop giving yourself a hard time. Learn more about being an INFJ and how the functions apply to you, continue to communicate your feelings and maybe do more sense based activities (Ni-Ti loop at work here maybe). Just continue to enjoy the time you spend with him.I enjoy the calming and grounding effect introverts have on me (both as friends and as a partner) and all my most valued friendships are with introverts.Well I guess, the only way of resolving this is by being yourself and that means opening up to the guy. But you can't stop being self conscious about most social interactions, well you can try, but with what I'm getting out of your post, I doubt it. I have also always felt a pressure to be more open and less reserved. I'm less than a year into my first serious relationship, and I had similar struggles during the first few months of dating.Also, and this is kinda cliche, don't try to impress him with idle chatter, just impress him with who you are, there must be things you're passionate about. I was constantly worried that if I revealed too much, he'd think I was crazy.