I was reading this E-book based on the MBTI about Love and this is what it said about INTPs. Makes me feel Forever Alone already ha.
What kind of long-term relationship can you expect with a Scholar?
Scholars can offer an intellectual thirst, an optimistic vision of the
future, and an easygoing, flexible presence in a committed relation-
On the other hand, being involved in a long-term relationship
with a Scholar poses definite challenges. Here are important research
findings that attest to this:
• Female Scholars are the least happily married women among
the sixteen LoveTypes.
• Women who marry Scholars, regardless of their own LoveType,
are often unhappy with their marriages.
• Male Scholars, among the sixteen LoveTypes, are the most oblivious (that is, the least aware) of the emotional aspects of their
relationships. Consequently, a male Scholar may think his relationship is going great, while his partner is miserable and wants
• Regardless of gender, Scholars tend to have the shortest marriages.
The trouble seems to stem from the fact that Scholars rely
primarily on their inner vision of what a relationship should be like,
while often ignoring the realities of the situation (hence the high
degree of obliviousness among male Scholars).
To compound the problem, a substantial number of Scholars are
not in tune with their Feeling side and are not aware of the emotional
needs of their partners. Also, because of their Introverted nature,
Scholars may not be attuned to social graces and can make blunders
that embarrass, and even humiliate, their more socially aware part-
Now for the good news: Scholars can become adaptable and
quality mates as long as they work to overcome their areas of
weakness, and focus on using their personality strengths—their
powerful imagination and flexible nature—to enhance their relation-
ships. When they do this, Scholars can enjoy successful, growth-
filled relationships and marriages that last a lifetime.