It’s obvious looking at the letters I-N-F-J and I-S-T-P that these two Myers-Briggs personality types are very different. The only trait they have in common is their introversion. Both types enjoy privacy. They find meaning not from superficial experiences but from their contemplation of them.  Sensing vs. Intuition Because ISTPs rely on their sensing preference […]
Source: Your Secret Self

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  1. Elena
    Elena says:

    Hi there! I really appreciated this post a lot! I am an INFJ married to an ISTP and everything you said 100% explains our marriage! Although we are completely different individuals with different perspectives, I’ve learned that our relationship is a complicated puzzle and he fits all the pieces to me that I’m lacking in (he is REALLY good at fixing things, and I’m terrible) and vice versa. He makes me feel more whole because he gives me another perspective in life that I’m not used to! So I think our differences make us stronger. 🙂

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