[ESTP] Do INFJ and ESTP make a good match?
I am an INFJ and my boyfriend is an ESTP. There has been a very unique dynamic between us from the very beginning. Both of us. If you join the ESTP group on facebook, there are several INFJs posting there who have been or currently are in relationships with ESTPs or are. While the INFJ is cautious in the first stages of a relationship due to fear of rejection, the ESTP is the opposite. Winning an exciting partner is a.
So far things seem to be going great. Although I am well aware of how easily things could go wrong. I often feel like he and I are standing in the eye of a storm Answering this now only I have two ESTP brothers.
One is 20, he is more introverted, the Ti subtype, and more introspective and quiet. Sometimes if you don't know him, you can take him as a natural introvert.
But then unexpectatly, he sudenly flares up at times in his extroverted mode, in which he is full of the Se energy.
Any INFJs here have relationship experience with an ESTP? : infj
The other brother is only 14 years old, and he is the Se subtype. He almost seems like a abnormal child: When I stand near him, I can literarely feel his energy: And he is only 14 years old, I imagine how he would be at I writte this because I agree strongly with you: He treats her almost like a queen, he takes care of her, and he is proud of being with her. And also, very romantic gestures: The other ESTP brother is much more interesting and paradoxical: Girls dig him pretty much even on this age.
Specifically, we will be looking at the joys of this relationship as well as the struggles this relationship may have. Regardless of the number of similarities and differences, each personality combination will have its unique set of challenges. We will look at each of the 4 preferences individually: Extroversion-Introversion Joys Are attracted by each other's difference in energy levels. Extroverts appreciate the calm and steady demeanor of the Introvert, while Introverts enjoy the hearty and bubbly Extrovert.
Extrovert enjoys that there is an active listening ear in the Introvert, always ready to listen to his thoughts and rants.
Introvert enjoys that the Extrovert takes social leadership in most occasions, connecting them to new friends and people that they otherwise would be too shy to approach. Struggles Extroverts, however, may find that the Introvert is too quiet and communicates too little with nothing to share. They may feel Introverts are boring, or just disinterested in talking to them. Introverts may find that Extroverts are too loud and talk too much without listening to them. An Introvert may feel neglected and unheard by Extroverts because they will only share if asked - and Extroverts usually don't ask.
On the weekends, Extroverts enjoy heading out for social activities or other high stimulation activities to relax while Introverts prefer staying home or at the most have some quiet activity with close friends.
This difference in preference will sometimes lead to dissatisfaction. Sensing-Intuition Joys Sensors enjoys the insightful and brilliant Intuitive and seeing things from a big picture, strategic perspective relative to theirs.
Sensors are also likely fascinated by the outlandish imagination of the Intuitive; with big dreams and visions. Intuitives will appreciate the Sensors attention to detail in everyday living; Sensors bring Intuitives down to earth to common sense.
While not true for all Sensors, Sensors dress themselves and groom themselves relatively well; this is something that Intuitives will appreciate and admire. Struggles May find it a challenge to have a common topic for discussion; Sensors enjoy talking about everyday happenings while Intuitive enjoys ideas, trends and theories. These differences in interest may mean the couple may find little or no chemistry.