I believe his heart is perfect and love that about him. I'm sure there is post here somewhere about this combination in a relationship but didn't want to look that long. The helps to see where you are on each dimension of Myer's Briggs. This creates a discrepancy in how they view the world. However, no pairing is perfect. Just remember, when personalities match, sparks fly! We understand that balance is critical in relationships.
While their sense of responsibility is largely a positive trait, sometimes it may come off as being controlling, especially when they are paired with an incompatible partner. We are naturally attracted to people with strengths and abilities that balance out our weaknesses. If your mate is dominated by introversion, then it may be a bit difficult to convince them to join you. And I would always shower him with affection, gratitude and admiration for making me feel beautiful. She said that if I were a man and said the things I said and did the things I did, no one would blink twice. The sooner you learn this fact of life and learn how to properly respond to these tests, the better quality of life will be. When personalities match, relationships happen.
It really comes down to being understanding, working on your strength and weaknesses, and understanding the strengths and weaknesses of your partner. They may need to work on relaxing control and opening the lines of communication. Sometimes they would instruct their partners on how to behave in certain situations. But rarely do those situations come up. They often choose locations where there is a lot of great information to absorb or activities that they find particularly interesting.
Though sometimes I feel rare word for me that I think more like a guy. If you fail those tests, trust and confidence in the relationship is broken, and it is hard work to gain back their trust. These are distinguished on the basis of 4 preferences: i ntroversion-extroversion, sensing-intuition, feeling-thinking, and perceiving-judging. After all, your opinion is just an opinion, not the truth. Whenever I say something is unfair or a bit annoying it turns into a huge argument. Your partner has a profound love for organization and tidiness.
They often have trouble connecting with people on an emotional level and battle with their own lack of emotional intelligence throughout their lives. Definitely interesting arguments, but a lot of the time very frustrating too! Even though, in the workplace, they can be notoriously difficult to get along with, they are well-meaning, generally. I do like my chill out time where I endulge in things that boost my creativity and make me think about things non-work related. Not sure if I want to date them, though. Feeling others' emotion is not a strong suit for me neither.
I like them just the way they are. They are unemotional in sorting out issues, and weigh perspectives with a logical detachment. P - J ugding: They can be very critical and judgmental, and can come across as cold and detached. The partner is more comfortable looking for a practical solution than listening with a sympathetic ear. Although this pairing will have their share of differences, which relationship doesn't anyway? Did you work as an electircian? Often this means saying something in an indirect way.
That's how I feel about a lot of civil rights issues. But, once they do commit, they'll never let you go. They often ensure that what time they do spend with their children is well used, and allows them to instill values of hard work, productivity, and achievement. We see a solution and we try to get there. They have similar interests but the Perceiver thinks of possibilities while the Judger thinks of plans.
They like their contributions to be evaluated in fair, logical ways. Despite having a really good first date where talked for about 4 hours, I find that many times it is difficult to talk to her about more big-picture things and emotions, which is fine. They wish to eventually reach a position where their experience is respected and where they can make decisions and enforce the rules. This helped me understand why I have so many feeler tendencies. I was very hesitant about these tests but this has been spot on as to who I am. This is quite natural for an introvert. After all, they have no letters in common.
They tend to have a clear idea of how things should be done, and may feel that others should follow. I sometimes wish I had someone who was more willing to be flexible and dive deep into interesting subjects with me - but I have friendships that help me to accomplish that. He really fits the guardian type. They emphasize discipline, moral code, and tradition to their children. They are good listeners, and will provide emotional support as well, but only if they feel it's needed. Thats the one of many things he has that I covet.