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This is a discussion on What types are an ISTP likely to 'click' with? within the ISTP Forum - The Mechanics forums, part of the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators category; Accidental double post. Sorry....

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    Accidental double post. Sorry.

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    ESTP

    I personally know an INFJ and ISTP living in happyland together, waiting to get married. I also have an ISTP friend going out with ENFP, yet all those articles about relationships say ISTPs are best with extroverted thinkers, esp. ESTJ. So obviously any types can get along well; you don't let MBTI make decisions for you. I can totally see an MBTI-enthusiast writing on his/her checkbook about the person they're seeing and making sure their type is ideal for his/her type...

  3. #103
    ENTJ - The Executives

    Quote Originally Posted by Kadjunga View Post
    Fact is, the reason why you do not get along with ISTP's is since you make blanket statements without providing any proof whatsoever and given proof of the opposite you ignore it blatantly and keep shooting your story. Trying to attack with faulty logic is only going to get you branded as a trouble starter or a troll. Take your pick. If you want to get along, you need to provide FACTS and realize. Experience is what matters.

    It is a fact that ENFP-s are attracted to ISTP-s and vice versa. If you do not believe it then go read through all of the relationship threads which have been started by enfp-s on this board. Take into account all of the ENFJ-s who are happily married with an istp (i could name 6 off the top of my head just now) and then theres dozens if not more istp-enfp pairs which i know of that have worked out. While i can count the number of successfull stories heard over the years with other types on just one pair of hands. All of the other types combined. Not saying they don't work just that they are not as common. Every type can work and mbti is not a guideline to see which will work or not. Depends on the person highly.

    So in that sense. ENFx is the most prevalent pairing with an istp that works out in the long run.

    Fact based on experience.
    I did provide facts. I provided two different websites...

    I can totally see the ENFP ISTP thing, I was mainly talking about ENFJ's. And while they might be attracted to you that doesn't mean that it's the right paring as far as the type is concerned. And according to this Conflicting relations between psychological ("personality") types it's a bad idea.

    Here is the chart that I got that from. Complete relationship chart between psychological ("personality") types

    This is the ENFP ISTP combo. Relations of Duality between psychological ("personality") types

    Anyways, guess I answered my own question.

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  5. #104
    ENTJ - The Executives

    Quote Originally Posted by Coke View Post
    I personally know an INFJ and ISTP living in happyland together, waiting to get married. I also have an ISTP friend going out with ENFP, yet all those articles about relationships say ISTPs are best with extroverted thinkers, esp. ESTJ. So obviously any types can get along well; you don't let MBTI make decisions for you. I can totally see an MBTI-enthusiast writing on his/her checkbook about the person they're seeing and making sure their type is ideal for his/her type...
    Very true, any well developed type can be in a relationship with another and other type.

  6. #105
    ISTP - The Mechanics

    Quote Originally Posted by ENTJwillruletheworld:1854018

    Here is the chart that I got that from. Complete relationship chart between psychological ("personality") types

    This is the ENFP ISTP combo. Relations of Duality between psychological ("personality") types

    Anyways, guess I answered my own question.
    Do more homework. Socionic's ISTp = MBTI's ISTJ
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  7. #106
    Unknown Personality

    Quote Originally Posted by Falling Leaves View Post
    +Possibly. I think the environment we're in at a young age to an extent affects which functions we are likely to favour (e.g. a 3 year old who is hugged, praised and kissed a lot is more likely to develop into a Feeler than a Thinker).
    Quote Originally Posted by Falling Leaves View Post
    Yeah, I mean as in Feeling/Thinking judgement. Sorry if it wasn't clear.
    Okay I wanted to make sure before I weighed in on your statement. Based on your assertion above, I am having a hard time connecting the dots as to how a person growing up in an affectionate environment would more than likely result in someone developing a preference to be subjective and make decisions based on principles and values (feeling judgment).
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  8. #107

    Quote Originally Posted by n2freedom View Post
    Okay I wanted to make sure before I weighed in on your statement. Based on your assertion above, I am having a hard time connecting the dots as to how a person growing up in an affectionate environment would more than likely result in someone developing a preference to be subjective and make decisions based on principles and values (feeling judgment).
    There is no correlation. It doesn't make logical sense. My (3) brothers are NT's. We all got equal amounts of hugs and love. They have little to no feeling preferences.

  9. #108
    ISTP - The Mechanics

    Quote Originally Posted by ENTJwillruletheworld View Post
    I did provide facts. I provided two different websites...

    I can totally see the ENFP ISTP thing, I was mainly talking about ENFJ's. And while they might be attracted to you that doesn't mean that it's the right paring as far as the type is concerned. And according to this Conflicting relations between psychological ("personality") types it's a bad idea.

    Here is the chart that I got that from. Complete relationship chart between psychological ("personality") types

    This is the ENFP ISTP combo. Relations of Duality between psychological ("personality") types

    Anyways, guess I answered my own question.
    You provided facts which stated that there is a percentage of the population as different MBTI types without even touching the question you were trying to raise. Also the new facts you provided are from a socionics point of view not mbti. But you got your answer so all is good. Next time please don't start off so attackingly and you will do a LOT better : )

  10. #109

    Quote Originally Posted by n2freedom View Post
    Okay I wanted to make sure before I weighed in on your statement. Based on your assertion above, I am having a hard time connecting the dots as to how a person growing up in an affectionate environment would more than likely result in someone developing a preference to be subjective and make decisions based on principles and values (feeling judgment).
    Yeah, read back. Bad sentencing. Sorry.

    You are right. I don't think you can completely influence someones type entirely by the way you treat them from a young age as there are many factors involved; actually, I think if you're disposed to become a T then there isn't much which can be done to change that. But I think if you extensively encourage a young child to use logic for example, then the parts of the brain which are associated with Ti are stimulated and hence become a little stronger. It's hard to say how much this has an effect if they turn into a thinker, but I do think it encourages them to chose Ti/Te over Fi/Fe to an extent.

    Maybe it's possible that showing a future thinker child affection from a young age doesn't give much encouragement to chose Thinking over anything else, but rather helps balance out any future weaknesses they have with having a low feeling preference. Hm.
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    ISTP - The Mechanics

    Quote Originally Posted by Falling Leaves View Post
    Yeah, read back. Bad sentencing. Sorry.

    You are right. I don't think you can completely influence someones type entirely by the way you treat them from a young age as there are many factors involved; actually, I think if you're disposed to become a T then there isn't much which can be done to change that. But I think if you extensively encourage a young child to use logic for example, then the parts of the brain which are associated with Ti are stimulated and hence become a little stronger. It's hard to say how much this has an effect if they turn into a thinker, but I do think it encourages them to chose Ti/Te over Fi/Fe to an extent.

    Maybe it's possible that showing a future thinker child affection from a young age doesn't give much encouragement to chose Thinking over anything else, but rather helps balance out any future weaknesses they have with having a low feeling preference. Hm.
    That is more or less what i was going to respond to before stating that the "type" and preferred functions are already almost set in stone via your dna and you can only influence how well you develop each function. Showing care and affection to a purely thinker type will help them develop the traits associated with their weaker functions. Wasnt it jung himself who stated that is how it works? I am not really into mbti and type theory to know the backstory and assumptions, but thats one of the lines which i remember.

    Also, based on empirical evidence from various threads here if i remember right then most istps showed the same traits as children as they possess now. Even though the upbringing and social situations were vastly different, the end result was the same. From kindergarten and up the similarities already started showing. Inquisitiveness, need for personal freedom, confidence, stubborness, etc
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