Idealists to the core, INFJs are the ultimate hopeless romantics. These personalities care deeply about people and generally look to form meaningful connections with others and find kindred spirits in whom they can confide. But if INFJs are so connected and compassionate, why is it so hard for them to find love?
Let’s take a look at some reasons.
A couple’s psychometric test can help romantic partners open a new and honest conversation about how they think, what they believe, and why they behave the way they do. Personality styles and personal preferences will be revealed during a couple’s psychometric test, in a unique context where self-discovery and self-disclosure can occur simultaneously.
Opposites attract, or so the saying goes, and when an Introvert and an Extravert are dating, they may start to find out how opposite their basic personalities and needs are.
After all, Introverts find social activities tiring, and Extraverts need them to feel energized and alive. These basic differences in our needs and desires could become a real source of conflict.
What do you get when you put a creative, individualistic Enneagram Type 4 together with “The Peacemaker” Type 9? The pairing of these two Enneagram types can go one of two ways—it can seem a bit too dramatic or like a match made in heaven. Whether these types hit it off or find themselves grappling for understanding, like any compatibility question, it may come down to the individuals and how much work they’re willing to invest in their relationship.
Your personality type says a lot about you, but did you know it also helps build better relationships? From platonic friendships to work relationships, you can harness your knowledge of personality type to bring yourself a step closer to fulfillment in various areas of your life. This fulfillment is also possible when you’re searching for a romantic partner, and you’d be surprised how helpful Myers-Briggs compatibility is when you’re dating.
Truity’s original research with over 500,000 volunteers drives the creation of a new 7 Love Styles test, showing how we give and receive love in modern relationships
Think of a time when someone made you feel really loved. What did they do? Was it an amazingly personalized compliment? A sympathetic ear when you were going through a rough patch? Or maybe just a perfectly hot cup of coffee in bed?
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