[ISFJ] Which MBTI type is your most compatible partner?

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    Which MBTI type is your most compatible partner?

    To ISFJs,

    Which MBTI type have you had the deepest and most meaningful relationships with and which one can you envision yourself marrying or have married?

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    Ya. I'd like to know that too

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    Have to be introverted.
    No real preference for N/S but I like Se and Ne.
    Thinker.
    P.

    IxTP for me personally. I think xSTP is supposed to work well.
    I'm dating an INTP and many of my crushes have been INTP. I was with an ENFP, ESTJ and ESTP before. ESTP was great but I prefer more introverted. ENFP and ESTJ were hard work. I think I do best with Ti/Fe axis.
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    @JennyJukes I'm surprised you find introverts more compatible to you. Typically, ISFJs feel more anxiety around other introverts and feel more comfortable if they can shadow an ESFP or ESTP for the evening.

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    ISFJ - The Nurturers

    Married 20 years to an ISTJ. No partner is perfect, you have to work at it and be willing to weather the storms. We compliment each other in many ways. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowedWords View Post
    @JennyJukes I'm surprised you find introverts more compatible to you. Typically, ISFJs feel more anxiety around other introverts and feel more comfortable if they can shadow an ESFP or ESTP for the evening.
    It's pretty much a must for me, after being with extroverts who I felt didn't understand my need for alone time. Alone time is very important for me.

    I do need extroverts to guide me in, say, work or social events, for sure, being with another introvert is way too awkward lol but I'm more attracted to introverts who are as shy and unassertive as me.. hence why I rarely end with one!

    With my INTP boyfriend we take the morning and afternoon for ourselves then night time is our time. It works very well.
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    ISFJ

    I totally agree with introverts being with other introverts. Like Jenny, I would also prefer someone who can understand my need for alone time., and who also prefers more low-key activities. I don't want to be dragged to parties, and I don't want someone chattering constantly. I don't agree that introverts should be with extroverts.

    My past relationships were infj and intj -I'm attracted to the artsy, sensitive nature of intuitives generally, although perhaps the N/S thing has caused some issues. Hubby is an Istp -it's very complimentary, although sometimes the inferior Fe bothers me. Ideally, I think more Fe or Fi would be nice.
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    Madly in love with my ENTP boyfriend. I don't require marriage as a part of life, but if I were to marry or commit myself to anyone for the LONG-term, it will be him! <3333 Sooooo much love, and we really help each other grow in a very healthy way.
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    ESFP

    In my opinion ISFJs usually go well with ENFJs, ENFPs, ESTPs and INTJs. Especially INTJs.

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    ISFJ - The Nurturers

    The MBTI type who would believe I am worth the effort to keep in a relationship, and visa versa. Hint: you won't find the perfect person. If you go through life thinking the grass is greener on the other side, you'll end up in the pasture alone for the rest of your life. That doesn't mean you have to give up your ideals for a relationship, but it also means that you have to understand the only person who can live up to YOUR expectations is YOURSELF. It's extremely unnerving and narcissistic to place these expectations on another person. They aren't looking through your lens. Respect that they see the world a different way (isn't that what MBTI is all about? Understanding others?) Love someone enough to make it work, love someone enough to stick through the rough times. I think the healthiest relationships is a partner who you love and respects you for you ... and supports you in your own personal growth. (Married 20 years to an ISTJ.)
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