These ceaselessly analytical individuals thrive in partnerships where their perceptions are constantly being challenged and their worldviews are consistently being rearranged.
To an INFJ, a satisfying relationship is one that offers practical stability but mental exploration and adventure.
ENFJ: A relationship that facilitates personal growth for both parties.
ENFJs are endlessly focused on self-improvement, and they see no reason why self-improvement should end once they enter into a relationship.
The ENTP wants their relationship to be an ever-changing beast.
When the ENTJ finds themselves in one of these partnerships, they give it their absolute all.
They may even surprise their partners by revealing their (well-hidden) romantic side! INTJs crave security in the physical realm but boundless exploration in the mental realm.
A partnership that makes one person feel stifled might make another feel liberated.
What one person sees as a fling another might look at as marriage potential.
This type is ceaselessly focused on self-development and they thrive in relationships that are constantly developing, too. INTPs are used to being misunderstood—and to unintentionally misunderstanding others.