It's going to be easier for the intuitive personality to understand the sensing personality. Relationships sure are complicated, but every person has specific preferences which draw them to people of compatible preferences. It's not like they don't have feelings, but they are not able to express themselves through words. There is a beautiful, unspoken dynamic that grows throughout our friendship which eventually became a meaningful relationship we could ever ask for. Tell her that your differences really complement one another because they do! I'm not completely sure I'd settle on that for his type, but I'd say it's a fair contender. We do find our counterparts intriguing, and intrigue often gives way to love.
Your total dedication to your mate, present or future, and your penchant for warmth and encouragement will bring out the best in your mate. This Myers-Briggs personality is defined as being extraverted, intuitive, feeling, and judging. This type of person is a slow burner, not a heat-of-the-moment person. I was pretty proud of myself until I plugged it in. I used to be an actor in college and one thing my theater professor used to make us do were mirror exercises.
Their relationships are stable and satisfying. We each give what the other needs. They are quick to notice manipulative behavior, so lying is a major no-no in this relationship. They tend to be loyal, good with money, and have high standards and ambitions for themselves. I truly hope he finds someone with whom he is truly compatible and who loves him back the way he deserves to be loved, into old age and beyond.
Rather than constantly trying to infuse excitement and disruption into your life by any means necessary, consider how your partner feels when you prioritize your own needs and desires over theirs. If you keep on pushing them too much, they'll hide in their shell. Each personality type looks for something a little different out of a serious relationship. This type of extravert is often well-loved wherever they go and is very dedicated to finding the right life-long companion. What to do about it: Take a hard look at what you consider to be true and right — at the rules that you tend to live by. And, we are exactly that — quite different. Her family is very extroverted, yet they produced three introverted children and one extroverted, but we aren't talking about her right now.
No doubt you learned a lot about yourself and others from such a long-standing friendship. They believe in showing their partners the upmost respect at every stage of the courting process, and they expect the same courtesy in return. I used to laugh and have fun and now I just sit in my house and hope I don't see anyone. It seems the more I concede the less he does. But as an E, I feel like I'm kind of failing to spice things up. You may end up sacrificing yourself and your friends if you do not listen to your gut about the challenges of your relationship. That energy is replenished by solitude.
However, personality dynamics are more complex than this. They are specific and oriented to details, and often communicate primarily to move a task along. Right will be in attendance. They thrive in relationships that hinge upon a mental connection. They hate surprises or anything that messes up with their perfectly planned life. I would have to say though, communication and mutual respect are definitely the major key factors that contribute to our successful relationship. When he helps you work through a problem, tell him that you appreciate him partnering with you because his input helps you built to a more complete solution.
I have to say, there's a part of me that's really envious of your E-sharing relationship. And by fun I dont mean I force him to hang out with me when he needs alone time either, since I used to be an introvert I completely understand. What might happen if you took your partner off the pedestal? They expect their children to be as dutiful as they are, and concern themselves with teaching their children to work hard, respect authority, and care for their material possessions. I would not take her asking for alone time personally. In return introverts consider their extrovert Dual to be too good for them and therefore unattainable.
At first, I feel good encouraging them to try exciting hobbies with me, dragging them to parties and showing them a lighter side of the world. If you feel in your gut that things are not right, then don't hesitate to break up. This can be helpful for introverted information gatherers as it will help pose questions and bring things to light. We've been together for 2 years now. Despite the fact that the two are very different people, they make a good team because they are good planners and like to stay organized.
Extroverts appreciate the calm and steady demeanor of the Introvert, while Introverts enjoy the hearty and bubbly Extrovert. Both my parents are very practical so being with him gives me that sense of security. When personalities match, relationships happen. Regardless of the number of similarities and differences, each personality combination will have its unique set of challenges. But know when you need to work on creating balance.
And recharging could also mean a lot of things. After finally opening up to each other, there are two things that may happen; either they'll totally fall in, or fall out. It is human nature to fill a vacuum. Having feeling and thinking at the top makes for a more verbose person, whether arguing or fleshing out their emotions. Usually compromise means you both end up not getting your way. Then your task will be to share more of your true self with others, to allow a special few to scratch the surface of your seemingly pure-fun life. If the relationship was founded and developed on a teacher-pupil platform, will it still be viable once the platform is removed? My brain is on fire and just forming words for a sentence or sorting through what you're saying is beyond taxing.