If You Are the ISFJ: Caretaker
"Love is a goal worth sacrificing for."
You Are Someone Who:
Has a strong sense of duty.
Is usually concerned about the little people in life: kids, animals, the sick, and the elderly.
Believes in order: "A place for everything and everything in its place."
Finds happiness by serving practical human needs and taking care of your family: you can make a great nurse or teacher, as well as a terrific mom or dad.
If You Are Female, Your Best Matches Are:
ESFJs: Dutiful Hosts
If You Are Male, Your Best Matches Are:
If You Want to Win the Heart of Your Ideal Mate, Do the Following:
*Show as much caring, tenderness, and respect as you possibly can.
*Express your gentle, family side: talk about the kid brother you love or the eccentric uncle you adore.
*Woo your ISFJ with good, old-fashioned courtship; giving and receiving flowers and candy, taking long walks along the beach, and cuddling by the fireplace.
*Go slow with them, especially in the area of sex.
*Accent the traditional side of your personality--talk about how much you enjoy cooking, children, and providing for your family.
*Cater to your ISTJ's desire for timeliness, cleanliness and organization; be on time, neat, and clean when you're dating them.
*To really impress them, offer to help clean their home and make a date out of it.
*Don't engage in showy displays of affection and romantic gestures (bouquets of flowers not required); keep the conversation practical and the activities simple and cost-effective.
*Help your perfect host plan a party, wedding, or bar mitzvah.
*If you're planning the date, fill them in on the details and make sure you don't deviate from your schedule (unless you give them plenty of notice).
*Talk about everyday topics such as the latest trends in fashion, finances, or entertainment.
*If you invite your ESFJ over, make sure your home is neat, tidy, and aesthetically pleasing.
*Join your ESFJ on social outings to restaurants, nightclubs, comedy clubs, and anywhere else people are enjoying themselves.