Here’s Why You Struggle In Relationships, Based On Your Myers-Briggs Type | Thought Catalog
I am an INTJ (27 F) going through some internal struggles about life. We met in college and despite my many rejections for his dating. Why is it that while INTPs, INTJs, and ISTJs are being cast as eggheads that ISTPs are enjoying their fair share of dating opportunities? In this as emotionally cold and aloof (this is one reason so many voters struggled with Hillary Clinton). INTJ, Top Stories About Love and Dating August 2, August 2, If you' re an INTJ personality like me, you may have always struggled to find a partner.INTJ's and Romantic Relationships
ESTJs a force of nature and they want a partner who can handle that and sometimes tell them no. INFP You feel trapped too easily.
You do you; eventually someone will come along who makes you feel enthusiastic and not at all claustrophobic. ESTP You like relationships, but only on your terms.
Usually those terms turn ESTPs relationships into a terrifying rollercoaster for most potential partners. A lot of the time they can get stuck in a rut, despite their love of risk-taking.
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This can lead to the ISTJ searching for someone similar to their last partner instead of someone who might be different, but will make them happy. ISTP You take forever to get into relationships. A fear of commitment common among ISTPs often keeps them on the fence about relationships for ages while they keep the other person in limbo. This can cause some types to become disillusioned with the relationship, while others may appreciate the space.
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Still, ISTPs benefit greatly if they work on learning to make emotional decisions more efficiently. INFJ You chase perfection.
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INFJs are often perfectionists, and this extends to their relationships. Unfortunately, this can get in the way of focusing on true happiness in relationships, leaving the INFJ attempting to find a problem to fix where there is none. Persistent INFJs will repeat this behavior until they create a problem to solve.
We will look at each of the 4 preferences individually: Introversion-Introversion Joys Introverts have a natural mutual respect of each other's private time and space; both will know the need for the occasional solitude and quiet. In recreation, both enjoy that alone time and at the most with a close group of friends; both do not like big social gatherings or parties.
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If they have a common interest, introverts will enjoy those long, deep meaningful conversations they can have with one another. Both are naturally good listeners; they will enjoy taking turns to share and asking questions to one another.
Struggles Without a common interest, they may find it challenging to keep the conversation going.
In a short while, they may find they run out of things to talk about. Because both enjoy the silence so much, they may take communication for granted and not share their feelings with each other often enough. May lack a support network if both do not belong to a community because of their lack of desire to socialize. Sensing-Intuition Joys Sensors enjoys the insightful and brilliant Intuitive and seeing things from a big picture, strategic perspective relative to theirs. Sensors are also likely fascinated by the outlandish imagination of the Intuitive; with big dreams and visions.
Intuitives will appreciate the Sensors attention to detail in everyday living; Sensors bring Intuitives down to earth to common sense.
While not true for all Sensors, Sensors dress themselves and groom themselves relatively well; this is something that Intuitives will appreciate and admire. Struggles May find it a challenge to have a common topic for discussion; Sensors enjoy talking about everyday happenings while Intuitive enjoys ideas, trends and theories. These differences in interest may mean the couple may find little or no chemistry.
Sensors are more past and present focused while Intuitives tend to be more future oriented; This means that Sensors will take references from past experiences and present facts to make a decision, while Intuitives are more likely to take into account future possibilities when doing so.
Sensors may find Intuitives' lack of interest in everyday living and managing household tasks to be frustrating; they don't understand why Intuitives are always 'in their heads', pondering about the deep things of life while they are the ones taking care of the duties of the household. Thinking-Thinking Joys Both parties enjoy the straightforward and frank communication styles; no emotional issues is brought into discussion and decision making.