Forgets you exist while in the throes of a new project. Then remembers you exist and is very, very excited about it. Makes a lot of elaborate plans with you, then changes them without warning. Makes you feel like the most adored person on earth.
Transforms life into a giant, non-stop adventure. Makes everything seem accessible and possible. Texts you times in a row. Is never not loudly singing show tunes. Is as calming as sitting by the ocean and watching the waves roll in. Is unexpectedly witty, adventurous, committed and paradoxical in the most enticing way. Hard to get to know once located.
Turns you into artwork. So fun they should be illegal. Tackles problems and makes your life a thousand times easier. Tells it like it is, then makes it better. You may get whiplash trying to keep track of them. Extremely self-sufficient and capable. The absolute chillest of the chill. Kind of like an encyclopedia, but a fun one you can take on adventures. Has a tendency to disappear for days or weeks at a time. If disappearing episodes are restricted, grumpiness levels rise. Is hard-pressed to commit to literally anything. Shakes the foundation of your worldview in an affirming way.
A lot of unresolved existential dread. Basically a walking affirmation machine. Excellent at talking to anyone. Wise oracle sent from the future to help you sort out your issues. Tries to make you grow into the best version of yourself when you just want to sit on the couch and watch TV. Has read every book on the planet and can summarize them for you concisely.
Can switch from intelligently discussing rocket science to reiki in seconds. Knows the secrets of life, the Universe and everything probably. Not as cuddly as one would hope. Inspires you to become the best version of yourself. Unexpectedly fun at parties. Genuinely motivated to see you thrive in all areas of your life and works relentlessly to make this happen.
Expects you to concede to their standards, some of which are just plain weird. Like a nicer version of your parents. Goes to the end of the earth to make you happy and comfortable. The human embodiment of a warm fireplace on a cold winter night. Favorite household chore is sweeping issues under the rug. Your actual parents will love them. An unprecedented mix of fun and responsible. I relate to your story, Wayne, of staying longer than advisable in a relationship. You will know when the time comes, I think. Supposedly the questionnaires provided on sites addresses personality types.
I mentioned my INFJ type in my profile, but have not had success finding a good match. I think perhaps my INFJ intensity scares people, but I also think it's what will appeal to the right person. I have to leave it, and trust. Not many people struggle with the uniqueness of personality because they naturally run in to like-minded people in their daily lives.
Anybody had success with a dating site based on your Myers Briggs type?
Therefore MBTI isn't something the general population sees as relevant? They bounce ideas and perceptions off those they meet and don't have the "no one gets me" experience I have had all my life. I totally agree, it would be phenomenal to find a dating site that matches more specifically by type. Here's my best dating advice: If you find someone you like while doing what you love doing, great!
There is potential you will be compatible. After so many years being married, you might want to reconnect with yourself. Often in relationships we tend to mold ourselves and hobbies to the person we are with, and even though we may not necessarily feel miserable, we may be missing out on some activities we have passed on for the sake of the relationship. As far as dating sites I have no experience, but I am sure that line is probably used by a lot of people I am an XYZ, looking for I strongly recommend you two to connect outside of this forum, not necessarily to become partners though if it happens it happens , but to share on successes and failures, and pump each other up!
I can tell you that I've had great success using a dating site to find a partner. The site I used did not use your Myers Briggs type, but it did have you answer questions to analyze your compatibility with a potential partner.
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Just one week after joining, I met an awesome guy and now, four years later, we are husband and wife! I am dating an INTJ and it seems to be working out very well. Their logic and groundedness help balance my emotions while our curious inclination to learn and absorb the world in our own unique ways help us connect and bond with each other. Don't give up hope - it will just take a bit longer to find that connection!
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I was just searching to see if there was a dating site based on Myers Briggs and came across this forum. I am 53 and an ENFP. I too am not quite ready to date but am hopeful to eventually find someone I can share adventures with. I'm a 61 yr old male ENTP and been using dating sites for 18 months. Actually found out about MBTI reading profiles. Some people put their type in their profile and OKC has a search feature but it doesn't really work very well. But the questions do get you into a ballpark. People who would dig an INFJ are very likely to have a high percentage match to you and they'er the type of person who would answer many questions.
But OKC like all dating sites make the search very difficult. Dating sites are almost totally picture based. They take the worst pics which I think is great. The model posed pics can be skipped. In my experience using types to find someone isn't too bright. I did it for a couple months and it was a mess. Like in the first message I was done.
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So in the initial conversation they're telling me about this guy she still lives with, this married guy she's seeing. Great conversation, lots of laughter, but gee, not really what I'm looking for these days. I like the INxx types, deep conversation right off. So I do think there's something to E-I connections. But could be just me.
But, just because a type is said to be smart and able to go deep doesn't mean a specfic person will be able to go as deep as you would like, or you as deep as they would like. Plus they still can have drug, drinking and other issues just like anyone else. Just going by type I think is too limiting. Yeah, you sure could get lucky. I suggest reading profiles. And don't forget MBTI is about how people work in their kind of default mode. As we get older we should be more well rounded, understand our strengths and weaknesses and have ways of dealing with these.
LOL Good luck in your quest! I wish there was a better site for online dating with MBTI categories. I am 38 and having a difficult time finding people with intelligence and depth. I found dating sites a waste of time. I found the best way to meet people is to take evening classes. I've learned a whole set of new skills, met some really interesting people and made some lovely friends. You also get to know people over a number of weeks without any pressure for romantic involvement.
Good luck in your search. I hope you find someone. Intj here and this is a very interesting conversation. I am 56 and single, but have never been interested in dating for years now.