We’ll cover the specific MBTI personality preferences and how they might affect your love life, and then move further into how similarities or differences in certain MBTI types often play out in romantic relationships, and what each of the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types would probably love the most from a significant other.
Also, for those of you who may be seeing signs of Valentine’s Day around the corner (or hanging on a giant 20 ft.
banner inside your grocery store…) and thinking about a gift of your significant other, check out our last blog post called Gift Suggestions for All 16 Myers-Briggs Personality Types. There are things you look for on the surface level first when you meet someone who’s a potential romantic interest – a genuine smile, someone with similar tastes or interests, isn’t driving a Rolls Royce but also isn’t riding a skateboard as the primary mode of transportation (unless, you know, you skateboard too).
These initial impressions and first meetings are the things that might get you to a first date (or maybe you just swiped right), but then you start to find out more about that person and things just aren’t clicking.
They are not really interested in what will happen in the future and whether after three months you both will continue to feel about each other the way you do now.
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So if you are interested in an ESTP, here are few tips on how to date them or have a relationship with them.
TIP: Read this book which has 2000 questions you can ask your partner.
Dating can be fun but a little bit scary as you’re putting yourself out there to someone you don’t know that well.
You must rely on your instincts on how to behave, and if it’s worth your time to continue the date or if it’s better to bring it to a merciful end.