You want someone who can see the deepest depths of your soul, even pieces of yourself you have trouble accessing, and want to get closer and closer.
ENFP: You chase anyone who’s a little bit of a human puzzle.
ISTP: You’re happy single until someone shows you life is better with company. You are the chill, up-for-anything friend who doesn’t want to be tied down to a long-term obligation.
ENTJ: You’ll stay single until someone stops you in your tracks.You’re driven and have about 18,340 goals at any one time — and relationships, while important, usually come second to your school and career aspirations.You’re unique and magnetic, and typically do not have the same relationship twice.You meet tons of people and have fun, but you don’t settle into a relationship until you see endless possibility in a single person.Ahead, find out how your Myers-Briggs personality type correlates to your dating style.
(If you don’t know your four-letter type, check out this abbreviated guide to find out more, and of course, you can also take the official full Myers-Briggs test here.)INFP: You try to identify those with the potential for a deep, meaningful bond.You’re a super-observant, sweet romantic, and you like to do little things for the person you like to show that you care.It might take them a while to get the hint, but that’s OK; you’ll be around. You’ll happily explore lots of connections, for weeks or months, before jumping to the next new thrill. You are the quintessential pursuer, and are intrigued by an unpredictable person whose next move you can’t quite figure out.You won’t even consider someone a romantic option unless you can 1) see a possible future with them, and 2) take it slow.You’re used to feeling misunderstood and tend to guard your heart, so you’re looking for someone who understands your needs to feel safe, cared for, appreciated, and acknowledged.You tend to be surrounded by people you love — but you tend to hide your deepest hopes, fears, and passions inside.