They thrive in relationships that hinge upon a mental connection. ESTPs are known for being a wee bit fearful of commitment, but in reality, they’re just allergic to the drudgery involved in stagnant, unchanging relationships.
The ESTP truly thrives in relationships where both parties share a thirst for discovery and adventure.
In these reliable yet thrilling relationships, the ISFP feels accepted and understood. They want to truly court and be courted by their partners, and this type finds themselves happiest when they find someone who shares their respect for tradition, commitment and follow-through. They mean the commitments they make, and they thrive in relationships where they’re able to merge their life with someone else’s.
This ceaselessly giving type thrives in relationships that offer them the stability and trust they crave. The ISFJ doesn’t just want a partner in love—they want a partner in life. The mind of the ENTP never sits still for long—and as a result, neither do their relationships.
When the ENTJ finds themselves in one of these partnerships, they give it their absolute all.
They may even surprise their partners by revealing their (well-hidden) romantic side! INTJs crave security in the physical realm but boundless exploration in the mental realm.
When this type invests in someone, they are bonded to them, and they are best paired with a partner who can make the same commitment to them.
What one person sees as a fling another might look at as marriage potential.Our relationship preferences are highly intertwined with our personality preferences.Each personality type looks for something a little different out of a serious relationship.This type is ceaselessly focused on self-development and they thrive in relationships that are constantly developing, too. INTPs are used to being misunderstood—and to unintentionally misunderstanding others.These patient and thoughtful types are best suited with partners who want to take the time to understand the INTP deeply and who value being deeply understood by their partners in return.