ESFJ / Cancer
Who is a Consul (ESFJ)?
Consuls are individuals with the Extraverted, Sensing, Feeling and Judging personality traits. They tend to be friendly, supportive and empathetic people with great social skills. As genuine people persons, consuls are often described as natural caretakers who love to help others.
Consul/Cancer are conscientious helpers, sensitive to the needs of others and energetically dedicated to their responsibilities. They are highly attuned to their emotional environment and attentive to both the feelings of others and the perception others have of them. They like a sense of harmony and cooperation around them, and are eager to please and provide. Generous with their time, effort, and emotions. They often take on the concerns of others as if they were their own, and will attempt to put their significant organizational talents to use to bring order to other people's lives. They can effortlessly pick up the energies in a room and are highly sensitive to their environments, as well as extremely self-protective. At first, they may be perceived as cold or distant. With time, though, they reveal their gentle nature, genuine compassion, and mystical capabilities. Just don't be surprised if it takes a while to get to know them.
These people like comfort, self-care and tend to be domestically oriented. They love to create cozy, safe spaces that serve as their personal sanctuaries, then spend lots of time in them. They care deeply about their families and are quick to adopt caregiver roles. Consul/Cancer certainly have many positive characteristics, but they have their weaknesses as well. That however doesn’t mean they cannot improve these things. While certain weaknesses are simply things which need to be managed, the ones which negatively affect our lives should certainly be worked on and accepting their weaknesses can sometimes be difficult for these personality types. So a few things to keep in mind and pull out when it’s time for some self-improvement are that Consul/Cancer dislikes change. They can also be too self-sacrificing and have a hard time taking criticism.
Consul/Cancer are extremely committed when it comes to romantic relationships due to their qualities of loyalty and devotion. They're also very romantic and generous partners; however, they expect the same kind of selfless treatment in return, so it's important for them to enter into a relationship with somebody who equally values this give-and-take lifestyle. They are highly emotional, which means they also listen to their instincts when it comes to love and have no trouble being honest about what or whom they want and how much they care. These people give it their all when they love someone, and this means going above and beyond to make them happy. They will work hard to tend to the needs of their partner, wanting to find ways to help them improve their lives. They’re highly sensitive to the emotions of others, and will do whatever they can to ease their troubles and stress. When the they can sense that their partner is upset they will go above and beyond to take care of this. They want to be the person that others come to when they are struggling, doing whatever is needed to make them feel safe and happy.
These people do best in jobs that offer them a high degree of security in terms of employment and wages. One of the most positive Consul/Cancer traits is that they're great with money and work diligently to save and invest it. Commonly in charge of household finances they like to keep tabs on how others in the home handle money. Don't be offended easily if a Consul/Cancer occasionally comes off as rude or moody; this is just part of who they are! If you're in a relationship with a Consul/Cancer, it's best to ignore these spells or help them realize what's bothering them since they likely don't even know exactly what's causing their mood changes. Finally, make sure to always be grateful for whatever they do for you, whether it's a surprise birthday party or some helpful advice. They want to know that they're appreciated for their efforts, so try to make time to tell them how much it means to you.