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In terms of MBTI+, it's not as simple as INFJ-ENFP or INFJ-ENTP, you have to consider other factors, like love languages, political personality type, modalities, Growth Temperaments, Frequency Temperaments, Emotional Temperaments, and Role Temperaments.
Agreed, its a bit strange. Just found it somewhere on the internet. There's a similar one to this, but I think it's based on socionics matches?Where did you get this chart?
I find it a bit strange that there are 8 types who have several very bad matches, and 4 that have none. As an INTP I've never before seen a generalization that shows my type as a good match with more people than types do on average. Aren't we supposed to be the weirdos with no relationships?
Also, the one sided match is a bit of a mystery. How is it a match at all? One likes the other but doesn't get liked back? Which is which?
Ok, notedThere is no sources for the materials used to draw this chart in order to put back this chart result in context.
Because of this :
"Notes: The compatibility above is based on relationship satisfaction surveys as well as type compatibility."
And the following :
"Keep in mind, by its very name, this is meant to be a simplified chart for quick reference. Every relationship is
unique. A good match on this chart doesn't necessarily mean a good match in real life, nor does a bad match
mean an otherwise healthy relationship is doomed.
Do not rely solely on this chart for making decisions on existing relationships, whether romantic or in the
workplace. If you want to better understand a particular relationship, I strongly recommend reading deeper
on each of the two types before jumping to any conclusion."
This chart is fun to be used in a recreative way is my though on this compatibility chart.