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    Love Types: ISTJ

    If You Are the ISTJ: Administrator

    "Love is based on duty and responsibility."


    You Are Someone Who:

    Is responsible
    Is loyal
    Dislikes flashy romantic gestures or "touch-feely" expressions from their mates.
    Is rock-solid dependable.

    If You Are Female, Your Best Matches Are:
    ISFJs: Caretakers
    ESTJ: Traditionalists

    If You Are Male, Your Best Matches Are:
    ISFJs: Caretakers
    ISTJS: Administrators

    If You Want to Win the Heart of Your Ideal Mate, Do the Following:
    For ISFJs:
    *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.
    For ISTJs:
    *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.
    For ESTJs:
    *Keep the conversation practical and down-to-earth.
    *Let your ESTJ decide where to go and what to do on dates; then join him or her for the ride.
    *Avoid excessive sentimentality and a "touchy feely" attitude--keep it real and straightforward.
    *Express your interest, affection, and loyalty in practical ways such as buying groceries and cooking for your date.
    *Spend time with their family and friends and become a part of their inner circle.



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    Thanks Mystic Jenn for this thread. I honestly believe my husband fits the Caretaker and this suits him to a T. The suggestions you listed are exactly what my husband likes.

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    Do you think it's odd that an ISTJ would want to marry another ISTJ? It would seem that the significant other would need to be at least somewhat different in order to balance them out and complement them. Maybe that just surprises me cuz my dad is an ISTJ (extremely ISTJ) and my mom is an ENFP.

    I've noticed that I've had a lot of INTJ friends and we enjoy intellectual discussions, but I've never been sexually attracted to the INTJ.

    I've sorta liked an ENTJ, though I found him rough and somewhat blunt. One of my best friends is an ENTP. Of anyone I've ever met, he understands me the best and can be straight forward when the situation calls for it, and flexible and personable the rest of the time. His extroversion gets me out of my little bubble, and I appreciate that he can understand things that are abstract and not straight forward (at least to me). As far as I can see, that works for me pretty well, though we've never had a romantic relationship, and I'm pretty sure we never will (he's in love with my other best friend- an ENFP)

    Yeah, so these are just my thoughts and reflections on the subject :)
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    Do you think it's odd that an ISTJ would want to marry another ISTJ? It would seem that the significant other would need to be at least somewhat different in order to balance them out and complement them. Maybe that just surprises me cuz my dad is an ISTJ (extremely ISTJ) and my mom is an ENFP.

    I've noticed that I've had a lot of INTJ friends and we enjoy intellectual discussions, but I've never been sexually attracted to the INTJ.

    I've sorta liked an ENTJ, though I found him rough and somewhat blunt. One of my best friends is an ENTP. Of anyone I've ever met, he understands me the best and can be straight forward when the situation calls for it, and flexible and personable the rest of the time. His extroversion gets me out of my little bubble, and I appreciate that he can understand things that are abstract and not straight forward (at least to me). As far as I can see, that works for me pretty well, though we've never had a romantic relationship, and I'm pretty sure we never will (he's in love with my other best friend- an ENFP)

    Yeah, so these are just my thoughts and reflections on the subject :)

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    ISTJ - The Duty Fulfillers

    I don't think I have ever met an ISTJ female, but I don't think I would be attracted to her. I find myself attracted to ENFP girls, although I am not sure why? ENFP's can be very confusing and send mixed signals. But then again, maybe it's just me.

    A co-worker just started messaging me on facebook and I think she may be an ENFP, we have had great conversations in the last week and she said she would "love" it if I showed her my pictures from over-seas sometime. She is also telling me all the time that she likes to watch movies and go to the movies. What does this mean? It sounds like an invitation to ask her out to me! But every time I propose lunch or dinner or something she comes up with a reason it will not work out? Iam very confused.

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    she may b just flirting.. or flirting with the idea of you ??

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    ISTJ - The Duty Fulfillers

    Yeah, well, whatever she is doing, it's not very nice. I may even have the audacity as to say it is mean. lol Whatever it is, I know it's confusing!

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    it is mean if she senses u like her.. she int worth it, u've asked her out, she fobbed u off, i say leave her to it if she gona play head games
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    Yeah, I hate mixed messages. Sometimes I have the nerve to straight out ask them what they mean and what they want and all that. I can usually only do that when I'm not emotionally entangled in the mess. If you want clarity then ask for it. I say openness and communication are the best ways to go. If she refuses to do that, then she isn't worth your time.


     
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