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This is a discussion on Typing persons you would likely fall in love with within the Heart Triad - Types 2,3,4 forums, part of the Enneagram Personality Theory Forum category; My last serious relationship was with an ESTJ. Definitely either 3,6 or 1. Sp/sx. We honestly seem like the most ...

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    My last serious relationship was with an ESTJ. Definitely either 3,6 or 1. Sp/sx. We honestly seem like the most incompatible couple on earth but trust me, there were times when we worked great as a team and there were also times where we couldn't come to a compromised conclusion. Anyways, I really appreciated how he is very grounded, disciplined, orderly, ambitious, and not overly emotional. He's one of the few guys I've met with clear career goals.

    I'm fancying someone right now who has big 8 energy. He's extremely direct, realistic and he knows what he wants. I've also never seen him engage in toxic gossip. I like that about him. He also weirdly have a very similar taste in fashion as me.. He can be bossy at times, but it doesn't bother me too much.

    I can't stand people are who too emotional, needy and immature. Merge that with have no clear career goals along with being extremely ignorant of social issues and you'll see me standing and waving a huge red flag LOL.

    Now, which type will that be?

  2. #52
    Type 2w3

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Pixel View Post
    8 is too much.
    Another 4 is too much.
    2 is too needy.
    5 might be ok.
    1 is too much.
    6 is comfortable.
    3 is not really real lol.
    7 is too negativity avoidant.
    9 is kind of comfortable but too not really there.

    So I'd say I would date a 6, 9, 5, 7 in that order.

    The least I would date is 2. I think type 2s of any type probably need to date an Fe user, since they seek praise alot alot. I'm not sure Fi can provide for their needs without getting exhausted.
    It's interesting that 2+Fe is seen as needy when I don't feel that way at all. I'm pretty independent and confident being by myself, but I can only speak for me. At times I come off as needy but I'm feeling insecure about my relationship. I just need some words of affirmation to give me some boast. My partner is 8 and Fi, and he is very clingy. I know a INFP 2 SO/SX who is in a similar boat as me.
    Last edited by iblameyou; 07-15-2019 at 06:00 AM.

  3. #53
    Type 4

    Other heart-center types, mostly. I like people I can relate to, people that will make me feel understood and seen. Someone showcasing their sensitive side is one of the most surefire ways to draw me in. Especially in guys, since I know very few who are willing to do that. I do love 7s, too, though. I have quite a few 7 friends, although I'm not sure how long we'd last in a romantic relationship haha

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  5. #54
    Type 4w3

    Before, I just fall in love with a colleague which is type 2
    Also, she is ISFJ :D


     
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