If you've been on OKCupid recently, you might have noticed that more and more people are disclosing their Myers-Briggs personality type on their profile page. But why? And what does your Myers-Briggs type say about who you should date? First, let's back up: There are 16 distinct personality types, according to Myers-Briggs , and each one is made up of a combination of four traits, from a list of eight possibilities:
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ESTJs are practical, action-oriented communicators. They often assume control and communicate to organize and determine what needs to be done. ESTJs are clear about expectations and procedures; they explain the necessary steps as well as how and when tasks should be completed. They are open to debate and criticism, but want rules to be followed and work to get done.
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So long as their partner is able to take them at their word and follow suit, they are bound to be extremely stable relationships. This may all sound a little stale, and indeed Executives are not spontaneous or unpredictable people, but they do very much enjoy taking their partners out and having fun. Executives approach intimacy with similarly physical, active intentions, and from fairly traditional ones as well. Wild ideas and poetry are for less mature personalities, or so Executives might say, though they do appreciate recognition and well-placed compliments to maintain high self-esteem. They may look for more stability in their sex lives than most, but Executives never fail to bring their characteristic vigor.
Are you in a relationship with an ENTJ? You must be a really good-looking person as it is the first of many requirements ENTJs have. Not only you look good, you also managed to snatch one of the highest earning personality types, according to a study. This post will tell it all — how ENTJs fall in love, date, commit, marry and, sometimes, break up.