Type Compatability

Type Compatability

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  • ENTJ

    11 15.94%
  • INTJ

    29 42.03%
  • ENFJ

    6 8.70%
  • INFJ

    24 34.78%
  • ENTP

    12 17.39%
  • INTP

    22 31.88%
  • ENFP

    20 28.99%
  • INFP

    11 15.94%
  • ESTJ

    2 2.90%
  • ISTJ

    13 18.84%
  • ESTP

    3 4.35%
  • ISTP

    6 8.70%
  • ESFJ

    2 2.90%
  • ISFJ

    1 1.45%
  • ESFP

    7 10.14%
  • ISFP

    6 8.70%
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This is a discussion on Type Compatability within the INTJ Forum - The Scientists forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; What type attracts you the most? When considering a partner, which type describes your desired partner? If you had to ...

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Type Compatability

    What type attracts you the most?
    When considering a partner, which type describes your desired partner?
    If you had to choose between a Sensor or an Intuitive, which would you choose, and why?

    I am attracted to INTJ/P, ENFJ and ISTJ types most.

    My best partner (from experience has been ISTJ) as she was most comparative with logic, yet remained earthed enough to ensure that there was ingredients to me to cook for us, that the world did not suddenly become disorganized and intimately, affections were not priority.



  2. #2

    I take it this is only for INTJ's to vote. I pick anyone in the NF group, but not an ENFP. Great friends...smothering for partners.

  3. #3
    INTP - The Thinkers

    how do ENFPs change so drastically as partners? ...just wondering, cause I know one who's friends with everyone, but his relationships crumble quite quickly.

    I would kind of imagine that I'd get along best with an INFJ. Everything about them interests me... and I've heard from a few that they're actually relieved to be around people who don't want or need any kind of emotional support, so it seems like it'd be best. I really just need someone to be interesting to want to be around them all the time--which they are by nature. I can't be sure, though, because I don't really type the people I know, unless they're like archetypes and it's blatantly obvious or they're confused about themselves and would benefit from having direct words put to their thought patterns.
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    Well, I can vouch from the female ENFPs and long time ago ex-boyfriend. They give you no space. They're like little lost puppy dogs. They want to be with you every second, in your face. More like up your ass. Dude, I like cuddles and shit, too...but give me some time for me. Let me read a book on my own. Ya know?

    It's not so much the emotional support, although, that helps significantly when life throws shit your way. It's more a consideration for feelings that I need. If I feel appreciated, genuine appreciation...I'm good to go. And I need laughs. So the guy has to have a wicked sense of humor.

  5. #5
    INTP - The Thinkers

    hmm good to know. I can't stand to be around couples, so I rarely see him when he's around his girlfriends... but I can easily see him like a lost puppy, and definitely wanting more and wanting to give more affection than anyone else I've ever known...

    mkay cool, thanks.

  6. #6
    INTJ - The Scientists

    ENFP? Oh yes. Numerous examples spring to mind, but considering this is an informal arena, I will refer to my friend also. He was in a relationship with a girl who was ESFP, the pair seemed good together for a time, but as it happens he was too doting even for her. *shiver* clingy, emotional mush.

  7. #7

    They're like frickin' stalkers. Seriously. I guess it all depends on the type you are or how much you can endure.

  8. #8
    INTP - The Thinkers

    lol... I like how you still said it depends on how much you can "endure," as if everybody is overwhelmed by it--just some a bit more than others.

  9. #9

    It's true. My friend at work is an ENFP. She wants to do everything and anything with her boyfriend. If he sneaks off to go do something (because he can't simply say or ask that he wants to do something on his own...she will hunt him down) she will get so emotional. As if someone died. He'll tell her, "I need a June day!" That's his nickname...June.

    The ex I had back in High School...good grief. I'd tell him that I just wanted a night alone. I wanted to read a book and just have some space after spending all week with him. We went to school together and then he got a job where I worked. I needed SPACE. Don't you know that little F-er called me from across the street. He was just hanging with some distant family that evening and wanted to know if I would go over. I went for 5 minutes and then told him, "Okay, now I want my space. Please respect my wishes. I'll see you tomorrow." If I asked him to get his Dad to take him home after school so I could be alone, he would be waiting for me at the corner...smiling. As if he thought he was being cute.

    It just all made me miserable. When I am in love I enjoy spending all my time with that person, too, but I also need some time to be quiet...to reflect. Or just to do a project by myself. This little INFJ is a no go with the ENFP.

    Still as a friend...they are kick ass. Just don't get intimate with them sexually or you're doomed, DOOMED, I tell ya!

  10. #10
    INTP - The Thinkers

    lol *shrug*,I suppose that I'm lucky on one count, then. Being INTP protects me from that


     
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