At the same time, they are efficient problem-solvers which make them exceedingly handy to have in one’s life.
So if you are interested in dating an INTP, here are a few tips to help you along.
The INTP personality is referred to as the “thinker.” This kind of person has a bright and curious mind that is always mulling over possibilities, theories, and what-ifs.
For the right individual, an INTP can be a very loving, affectionate, and committed companion.
This type of individual is mostly concerned with what’s going on in his or her own little world instead of what might be taking place in reality.
Being gifted with such a wonderful thought process, “thinkers” are more likely to view reality as a let-down as they compare it to the possibilities that they often think about.
Quiet, contained and flexible is how the INTP personality type is described in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator official website.
These people are great thinkers, often extending their analytical powers to relationships as well.
This would tend to depress Rational scores more than would be reflected in reality.
Seen from a reverse perspective, here is how Rationals are viewed by the other temperaments: Now, it is a mistake to generalize by temperament--it’s frequent that types will go counter-temperament, and temperament is not the definitive factor in explaining type-based behavior most of the time (CITE)--but since we don’t have anything better to go on...
Do any of you not feel like introverts in the stereotypical way they're presented?
I don't have social anxiety, I can speak in front of crowds, I start conversations when I have to with no problems, and I quite enjoy my friends; I just don't like having a terrible amount of them.
Isabel Myers (INFP) married a man named Chief, an ISTJ and a good man.
They were happy together, but according to Isabel's own type theory they weren't predicted to be perfect for each other.