What Type of Person Are You Most Likely 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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“A good marriage is where both people feel like they’re getting the better end of the deal.”
Anne Lamott,

“I wouldn’t want to marry anybody who was wicked, but I think I’d like it if he could be wicked and wouldn’t.”
L.M. Montgomery,

“Not like this. He wanted it to be real.”
Suzanne Collins,

“In a word, live together in the forgiveness of your sins, for without it no human fellowship, least of all a marriage, can survive. Don’t insist on your rights, don’t blame each other, don’t judge or condemn each other, don’t find fault with each other, but accept each other as you are, and forgive each other every day from the bottom of your hearts…”
Dietrich Bonhoeffer,

“You were born together, and together you shall be forevermore.
Kahlie Gibran

“Sexiness wears thin after awhile and beauty fades, but to be married to a man who makes you laugh every day, ah, now that is a treat.”
Joanne Woodward

“I’ve never been the one. Not for anybody.”
Nora Roberts,

“A journey is like marriage. The certain way to be wrong is to think you
John Steinbeck,

“Find a woman who makes you feel more alive. She won’t make life perfect but she’ll make it infinitely more interesting. And then love her with all that’s in you.”
Gayle G. Roper,

“The true measure of a man is how he treats you when others are not looking.”
Alessandra Torre

“The desire to get married is a basic and primal instinct in women. It’s followed by another basic and primal instinct: the desire to be single again.”
Nora Ephron

“All my life I thought that the story was over when the hero and heroine were safely engaged — after all, what’s good enough for Jane Austen ought to be good enough for anyone. But it’s a lie. The story is about to begin, and every day will be a new piece of the plot. ”
Mary Ann Shaffer,

“If he can’t handle you at your worst then he does not deserve you at your best. Real love means seeing beyond the words spoken out of pain, and instead seeing a person’s soul.”
Shannon Alder,

“Heartbreak is a loss. Divorce is a piece of paper.”
Taylor Jenkins Reid,

“Either you go to America with Mrs. Van Hopper or you come home to Manderley with me.”
Daphne du Maurier,

“He didn’t marry you to become king. He became king because he wanted to marry you.”
Megan Whalen Turner,

“It was finally becoming clear to her that love wasn’t about finding someone perfect to marry. Love was about seeing through to the truth of a person, and accepting all their shades of light and dark. Love was an ability.”
Lisa Kleypas,

“If there is such a thing as a good marriage, it is because it resembles friendship rather than love.”
Michel de Montaigne

“Love is an act of endless forgiveness; a tender look which becomes a habit.”
Peter Ustinov

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    Describe your personality in three words.

    • Prankster, witty and carefree
    • Clever, logical and methodical
    • Easygoing, relaxed and outgoing
    • Shy, introverted and well-mannered
  • Question of

    What do you look for in a significant other?

    • Humor
    • Communication
    • Loyalty
    • Honesty
  • Question of

    When would you be ready to move in with the love of your life?

    • After one to two years
    • After five or more years
    • After six months
    • After three to four years
  • Question of

    What kind of wedding would you want to have?

    • A themed wedding in a resort
    • A tropical wedding on a beach
    • A fun wedding in Vegas
    • A traditional wedding at a church
  • Question of

    Do you think all rules are meant to be broken?

    • Only the stupid rules
    • No, rules are in place for a reason.
    • Yes, rules are just a nuisance to life.
    • Only the rules that I don’t like
  • Question of

    How do you plan out your schedule for the week?

    • I set reminders on my phone.
    • I tend to use a planner to schedule my activities for the week.
    • I don’t plan anything out.
    • I just keep everything organized in my mind.
  • Question of

    What is the one thing in life that you can’t live without?

    • Love
    • Air
    • Friends and family
    • Food and water
  • Question of

    When you think of the word ‘marriage,’ which of these colors comes to mind?

    • Yellow
    • Purple
    • White
    • Blue
  • Question of

    Personality versus looks: What matters more to you?

    • Personality
    • Looks
    • They both matter to me equally.
    • Mostly personality, but I also take looks into consideration.
  • Question of

    How would you feel on your wedding day?

    • Calm
    • Indifferent
    • Nervous
    • Happy
  • Question of

    What’s the secret to making a relationship last?

    • Cooking and cleaning for the one you love
    • Talking about feelings
    • Surprising the one you love with gifts
    • Lots of affection
  • Question of

    If your mood was one of these bodies of water, which would it be?

    • Sea
    • Waterfall
    • River
    • Pond
  • Question of

    If you could live in one of these cities for the rest of your life, which city would you choose?

    • Chicago
    • New York City
    • Los Angeles
    • Milwaukee
  • Question of

    How do you respond to change in your life?

    • I think life changes are fun and exciting.
    • I feel indifferent about it.
    • I just go with the flow of life changes, so I don’t mind them.
    • I don’t really like change.
  • Question of

    What can you be found doing on a Saturday night?

    • Going to an entertainment show
    • Reading a book or doing work
    • Going out to a club or a bar with some friends
    • Staying home and playing video games or watching a movie

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