What Myers-Briggs Type Are You Destined to Marry?

 

 

Let us discuss what ENFP and INFJ want in a relationship:

ENFP: A passionate, growth-oriented relationship.

ENFPs have always had the case of curious birds. Not only do they have a thirst for knowledge they also desire to be surrounded by like minded people from who they can learn from. Their passion knows no bound and nothings tempts them more than sharp intellect. They look for a partner who is all in when it comes to discovering, exploring and learning more about the world. This is the kind of the relationship that allows this type to be themselves and develop even more.

 

INFJ: A complex, intellectually challenging relationship.

INFJs are the analytical antelopes, which take nothing at it’s face values and yes this includes their relationships. They look for practical stability but mental exploration and adventure. They are passionate about their views constantly being challenged by their partner or their relationship. And when their partner is able to make them feel challenged that is when they shine the best.

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“As a person who feels at their best when they are helping others, the INFJ wants nothing less than to ensure that those around them feel good about themselves, content in their space and comfortable with life.”
― Jennifer Soldner, The INFJ Heart: Understand the Mind, Unlock the Heart

“If you are a Sensitive Intuitive, then you are also a born healer. Writing is one of your heart’s passions, but only one. You also have a life purpose to use your healer abilities to be of service to the world.”
― Lauren Sapala, The INFJ Writer: Cracking the Creative Genius of the World’s Rarest Type

Whatever emotional experience has made you who you are today is where you will find the seeds of your life purpose.”
― Lauren Sapala, The INFJ Writer: Cracking the Creative Genius of the World’s Rarest Type

“But if you forgive someone for something they did to you, it doesn’t mean you agree with what they did or believe it was right. Forgiving that person means you have chosen not to dwell on the matter anymore; you have moved on with your life.”
― Idowu Koyenikan, Wealth for All: Living a Life of Success at the Edge of Your Ability

“Today is a new day and it brings with it a new set of opportunities for me to act on.
I am attentive to the opportunities and I seize them as they arise.
I have full confidence in myself and my abilities.
I can do all things that I commit myself to.
No obstacle is too big or too difficult for me to handle because what lies inside me is greater than what lies ahead of me.
I am committed to improving myself and I am getting better daily.
I am not held back by regret or mistakes from the past.
I am moving forward daily.
Absolutely nothing is impossible for me.”
― Idowu Koyenikan, Wealth for All: Living a Life of Success at the Edge of Your Ability

“How often, you wonder, has the direction of your life been shaped by such misunderstandings? How many opportunities have you been denied–or, for that matter, awarded–because someone failed to see you properly? How many friends have you lost, how many have you gained, because they glimpsed some element of your personality that shone through for only an instant, and in circumstances you could never reproduce? An illusion of water shimmering at the far bend of a highway.”
― Kevin Brockmeier, The View from the Seventh Layer


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  • Question of

    As you approach the weekend, what do you look forward to?

    • Having some time to myself to do whatever I feel like doing
    • Having some time to myself to do the list of things I have planned
    • Sitting down to think through the next week’s problems
    • Having time to work with my hands
  • Question of

    If you were going to teach a skill to a group, what would you do to prepare?

    • I’d think about it a bit and then wing it.
    • I would write out an outline and stick to it closely.
    • I would plan out a lesson and consider all the broad implications people could take away.
    • I would demonstrate the skill by doing it myself.
  • Question of

    What kind of conversations fill you with a buzz of energy?

    • Sharing what we really think deep down
    • Discussing logical and philosophical systems
    • Getting into the obscure details that make the world turn
    • I’d rather work side by side quietly than have a conversation.
  • Question of

    Which of these items would increase the romance factor of an evening?

    • A book of poetry
    • A cookbook
    • A chess board
    • A new tool for the workshop
  • Question of

    What do you muse about while gazing over a field of flowers?

    • A sense of connection with the absolute
    • The intricate ecosystem that keeps the flowers going
    • The need to figure out how to save the bees
    • How to build a mechanism that would mimic pollination
  • Question of

    What relational habit really gets on your nerves?

    • When someone won’t stop talking when I’m clearly finished with the conversation
    • When someone does not see the rational solution to a problem
    • When someone is not interested in my ideas
    • When someone does not give me space to work on a project
  • Question of

    What is one thing that communicates love to you?

    • When someone listens closely to what I’m really saying
    • When someone understands what I’m saying without me having to say it
    • When someone likes my ideas
    • When someone appreciates something that I’ve made
  • Question of

    What do you do if you’re trying to show affection?

    • Listen closely to what someone is saying and use physical cues
    • Show that I’m interested in them by keeping the conversation going
    • Find solutions for their problems
    • Make them something useful
  • Question of

    What would you do first if you were planning a trip to Europe with your partner?

    • Imagine what it would be like to be in all the places I want to visit
    • Make an itinerary listing all the places I want to go within a certain time frame
    • Research the history of the places we’re interested in seeing
    • Research transportation systems in the countries we want to visit
  • Question of

    How would you describe your philosophy of saving money?

    • I try to have an amount saved that makes me feel comfortable.
    • I make a spreadsheet of my needs for the next year and include a good percentage to be saved.
    • I make a spreadsheet of my needs from now until I retire and make sure I’m saving enough to live comfortably.
    • I try to make something to sell each month, and I save the money earned from that.
  • Question of

    Under what circumstances would you lie to a partner?

    • I’d lie if I thought the truth would hurt them too much.
    • I would never lie to them, but I may not tell the truth without being asked.
    • I would hide any of my behaviors that I think they would really hate.
    • I would be OK with telling a white lie.
  • Question of

    What is one thing a partner could do that would be a total deal-breaker?

    • Putting a TV in the master bedroom
    • Getting a dog without asking me
    • Spending my retirement savings for the month on something frivolous
    • Dating another person
  • Question of

    How would you hope kids would be part of your relationship?

    • They would be an integral part of our family unit — new best friends.
    • They would be interesting to spend time with in the evening.
    • I don’t foresee children as part of our relationship.
    • We’d be the quintessential aunt and uncle.
  • Question of

    If you were trying to plan an exciting night out to rekindle a relationship, what would that include?

    • A walk in the park at night, and maybe a play
    • A fancy dinner out on the town
    • Revisiting one of the places we went when we were first dating
    • A long drive in the car I’ve been working on
  • Question of

    When a relationship starts to feel tense, what is something you do to work on it?

    • I ask questions to figure out what’s going on with my partner.
    • I don’t really do anything, just wait for it to get back to normal.
    • I think through our relationship to figure out what could be triggering this change.
    • I make something that will be helpful in their life.
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