Estj dating enfj
The goal of type compatibility isn’t to figure out which type you’re destined to be with; it’s to figure out which traits you’re looking for in a partner, and then find someone who exhibits them. And I’m not here to deny you the simple pleasure of analyzing what each Myers-Briggs personality type brings to a relationship. Pros of Dating an ENFP: Warm, compassionate and affirming. What you’re looking for as an ENFJ might be entirely different from what your hippy ENFJ coworker wants in a life partner.Unlikely to notice you’re upset until you have attached a large blimp to their house reading, “I’m upset! Maps out an exciting new life course every six months, making it hard for the relationship to grow stagnant.
Cons of Dating an INFJ: A lot of unresolved existential dread. What repulses you might get the next average Joe all hot and bothered.Able to hold a long, meaningful conversation on pretty much any topic with pretty much any person (sparing you a lot of insufferable dinner party chit chat).Pros of Dating an ESFP: Makes you feel like the most adored person on earth. Looks at you like a masterpiece and loves you like the world’s finest art connoisseur. Tackles problems and makes your life a thousand times easier. Cons of Dating an ESTP: You may get whiplash trying to keep track of them.Is unexpectedly witty, adventurous, committed and paradoxical in the most enticing way. To hold their attention, you must be more fun than whatever outrageously fun thing they’re currently doing.