This section INTP-ENFP relationship is about how these two personality types come together in a relationship. How do you male INTPs handle your female ENFP partners? And what's the one thing you (for the lack of a better term) dislike about their. ENFPs seem to love non-serious dating (dom Ne); INTPs hate dating with a On the whole, I'd say INTP/ENFP isn't the best match for either, but it is one of the.
This difference in preference will sometimes lead to dissatisfaction.
Intuition-Intuition Joys Because both parties enjoy discussing big ideas, possibilities and global issues, they will usually find a certain attraction to each other. This is especially if they have similar viewpoints on certain issues, they will find chemistry with each other. Both tend to enjoy each other's uniqueness, not just in viewpoints but also in fashion, tastes and so on. Because both parties enjoy talking about the future, their conversations will more often revolve around future hopes and dreams and exciting possibilities.
Struggles However, they may lack interest in everyday living, hence if they are a married couple, household duties may tend to be neglected. Even if they attempt to take care of household, they may still miss important details in its maintenance. The partner that has to be constantly responsible for the everyday maintenance may feel resentment or unfulfilled. A good balance can be achieved with proper delegation of duties or with the hiring of a domestic helper. Thinking-Feeling Joys Thinker will be attracted to the Feeler's compassion and warmth toward Thinker and others, which Thinker may find lacking in self.
Feeler is attracted to the objective, tough-minded Thinker who can take and give criticism without taking offense. The Thinker-Feeler partnership will provide all rounded perspectives, considering people, values and logical consequences when making important decisions.
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In other words, there may be such a thing as too much typological similarity in a relationship. The risk, of course, is that NPs may harbor negative or inaccurate judgments about their partner without opening up those sentiments to dialogue.
This can also beget passive-aggressive behavior, which only serves to worsen matters. And while all of this could feasibly occur if NPs were paired with a J-type, there seems a greater likelihood that NPs will come to communicate more directly through engagement with a J-type than with another P-type.
[ENFP] INTP married to an ENFP
As I have described elsewhere, Si is conservative with respect to money and the material world. On the whole, however, all NPs can find contentment with relatively meager living arrangements. Most, for instance, are quite open to utilizing used furnishings. This gives them some common ground, particularly if the INTP is comfortable using their extroverted intuition regularly.
This relationship offers a relative degree of comfort, as neither type finds the other particularly intimidating and both are somewhat laid-back in nature.
Both types are very open-minded and enjoy exploring new ideas from different angles.
The most prominent function these types share is extroverted intuition, which is not dominant for the INTP. This means that to connect on an intuitive level, the INTP would always be using their auxiliary function, which would exhaust them. Any conflicts that arise will likely be difficult to resolve, as the decision-making functions of these types are opposite to one another and used in reverse order.
Though this relationship may be comfortable, it gives way to many potential misunderstandings that are not easily resolved. Not ideal for romantic relationships. Both types are extroverted go-getters who enjoy examining abstract concepts and putting their ideas into action. In many ways they will balance one another out, and will likely challenge one another to develop their inferior functions.
- The ENFP’s Guide To Dating Rationals