Personality Differences

ENFP vs ISFJ

Having the ability to express emotions is one of the most important qualities for any personality in relationships. Considering this, it’s not surprising that Myers-Briggs personalities with Feeling (F) traits get along with each other quite well. While it can’t be said about all the sensitive people of MBTI, the majority enjoy talking about their …

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ISFP vs ESFJ

Many people constantly search for their soulmates. However, finding an ideal partner who will love and support you no matter what happens, can be a hard task. But that’s how Myers-Briggs 16 personality indicator can be helpful. By understanding your personality, you can find out who can be compatible with you, and that way, you …

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INFP vs ISTP

If your personality type is an INFP and you’re thinking about dating someone who’s ISTP or vice versa, then you should take care of some things before moving forward. These two personalities from Myers-Briggs 16 types have great chances to fall in love and end up in a long-term and healthy relationship, but it doesn’t …

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INTJ vs ISTP

Some people always get the same results after taking the MBTI. However, others often get two different personality types. This can be a little bit confusing because everybody wants to know their exact type. But the reason is that some personalities have so much in common that you can hardly differentiate between them. INTJ and …

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INFJ vs ISTP

Some personalities from Myers-Briggs 16 types can get along even if they don’t share many cognitive functions. But others can be incompatible while they have plenty of things in common. INFJs and ISTPs share all four cognitive functions (Ni, Fe, Ti, Se), which means that they should be pretty much alike. And they actually look …

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ISTJ vs ESTP

Not every MBTI personality type gets along perfectly well. But that can’t be said about ISTJ and ESTP. At a first glance, these two personalities are quite different. While one of them is the introverted type and hates social situations, the other is the extroverted one and can’t live without interacting with people.  Besides, ISTJ …

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ISTJ vs INTP

Do you think that having Introversion (I) and Thinking (T) in common is enough for two personalities to get along in relationships? Many people think like that. However, it depends on which MBTI personality types we’re discussing. Sometimes even one major personality function can be enough for two people to get along, but things are …

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ISTJ vs INFP

Some personality types from MBTI just can’t get along. They may have similar attitudes, the same characteristics, and personality traits, and some of them may even have the same thinking patterns but still not be compatible in romantic relationships. Unfortunately for some people, ISTJs and INFPs are on the list of those personality types. ENFPs …

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ESFJ vs ESTJ

Myers-Briggs’ personality types with Thinking (T) and Feeling (F) traits are often considered as great matches for romantic relationships but only if they share the other three major personality functions. ESFJ and ESTJ are exactly these kinds of personality types. Therefore, it’s not surprising that they have a great chance of getting along and building …

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ESFJ vs ESTP

People often wonder if personalities with two similar traits have a chance of getting along well. The answer is positive, they can but chances are not very high that they can fall in love and build a long-lasting relationship. Sometimes having two major personality functions in common is enough for falling deeply in love but …

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