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As above, what intertype relations are considered to be the best for romantic/marriage relations?

Would be interested in links to pages as well as personal anecdotes/opinions. The information I've seen online seems to point to general relations only, not romantic relations specifically.

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I think Duality is generally considered the most compatible for a serious romantic relationship. I also think Semi-Duality, Activity, and Mirage/Illusory can be compatible though.
 

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I heard the best intertype relations is when both of you are able to meet each others' suggestive needs.
e.g, Duals/Semi-duals/Activity
 
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I don't think you can or should do this, but this is work-relation, as I see it.

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Where 1 equals harmonious (positive), and 2 equals conflicting (negative).
Where 2 equals learning/progress (positive), and 2 equals stale/dull (negative).

I wouldn't use MBTI socially or romantically. People are just not the same person privately as they are socially or professionally, and if they are, then they are strangely one-dimensional.

I don't feel particularly attached to this so you may take it or leave it.
 

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I don't think you can or should do this, but this is work-relation, as I see it.

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Where 1 equals harmonious (positive), and 2 equals conflicting (negative).
Where 2 equals learning/progress (positive), and 2 equals stale/dull (negative).

I wouldn't use MBTI socially or romantically. People are just not the same person privately as they are socially or professionally, and if they are, then they are strangely one-dimensional.

I don't feel particularly attached to this so you may take it or leave it.
Interesting. Is this for dominant or auxiliary functions...? Also, is there a typo here in your post; "Where 2 equals learning/progress (positive), and 2 equals stale/dull (negative)?
 

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I think there is a certain attraction with duals, but I'm not sure if it makes the best for long-term relationships. ..based on what I've seen, generally...
 

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Interesting. Is this for dominant or auxiliary functions...? Also, is there a typo here in your post; "Where 2 equals learning/progress (positive), and 2 equals stale/dull (negative)?
I shoved it all together in minutes. I already lost interest, and don't know 🤣 Yeah, dominant functions I think. And yeah, it's a typo. Last part should say "1 equals stale/dull (negative)".
 

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I shoved it all together in minutes. I already lost interest, and don't know 🤣 Yeah, dominant functions I think. And yeah, it's a typo. Last part should say "1 equals stale/dull (negative)".
Ok, lol
 

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Best: Duality, Activity
Ok, potential to work out well: Semi-duaity, Mirror, Benefit, Mirage
Mediocre: Business, Quasi-identical, Kindred, Contrary
Difficult: Supervision
Poor/Bad all around: Super-ego, Conflict
 
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