It may not be easy to be in a relationship with an INTJ — the most independent personality type. Here’s how INTJs’ relationships with other personality types may pan out.
INFPs take personal relationships very seriously and don’t fall in love very easily. Here’s how their relationships may turn out depending on their partner’s type.
The ENFJ personality type is probably one of the most romantic of all the sixteen types, but who is the best match for ENFJs? Read on to find out!
ENFJs and INFPs are very compatible with each other and have a great chemistry together. They are both idealists (NF) and have a lot in common.
Melancholic men and women are naturally compatible. These couples are most likely to fall in love and marry and at the same time, they are also least likely to divorce.
If a Melancholic and a Choleric fall in love and marry, that would be for reasons other than natural compatibility, which they don’t have.
Choleric people are very savvy and they like someone who is equally competent and focused.
Phlegmatic and Melancholic people have many differences in how they feel and how they view the world, but these differences could become their biggest advantages.
The Phlegmatic-Choleric couple is a good example to demonstrate that you don’t have to be a similar temperament or personality type in order to be happy together.
People with the Phlegmatic personality are often unrealistic about love and relationships, and many of them are looking for an ideal mate, preferring to stay alone than settle for anything less than perfect.