My marriage of 20 years just ended, and was really an excercise in futilty for a long time. We just could not connect on much of what I thought was important. This, disheartingly, is a repeating pattern for me in most, if not all of my adult relationships. However, reading on this forum gives me a spark of hope that I have just not met the right person, based on my rare type. I can definitely see myself in a lot of you other INFJ's! I'm a 51 year old female who would love a companion to enjoy life with.
How To Date By Personality: The 16 Personality Types And Dating For The Perfect Match
Project Evolove - Myers Briggs dating
Discover who you really are! Find yourself. Improve your relationships. Take a free personality test, discover your personality type, invite your partner or friends and discover easy ways to boost your relationship! I love that you can input your data and see just how well you match up with your friends, family or even a job. I love it and because it's free, what can you lose. Moreover it can create an awareness and a better understanding of oneself, job options and relationship too!
Myers Briggs Dating
Our Personality reconciles our Instincts with the outside world. It describes how we perceive, feel, and think. Project Evolove's psychology has its basis in Myers-Briggs Theory. There are 16 Personality Types, expressed by 4 dichotomies.
It was only my fourth date with the guy, but until then, he'd seemed perfect: an intelligent year-old with blond hair, visible maturity, and the derring-do to wear a pink button-up. He was a Southern gentleman just missing the bow tie, and I was his girly companion in pink, white, and red. Together, we made a lovely J. So when I asked his Myers-Briggs type, a practice I do with everyone I meet, I didn't expect to hear an answer so far from my own. The test, officially known as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator , categorizes people into 16 different, four-letter personality types, where each letter represents a preference between two modes of thinking—extroverted E versus introverted I ; sensing S versus intuitive N ; thinking T versus feeling F ; and judging J versus perceiving P.