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The Relationship Style Of Each Myers Briggs Type

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INTP


In their romantic relationships, INTPs may exhibit qualities that their partners find endearing. INTPs are always generating ideas, but rarely do they get to fully explore their more romantic ideations. When they finally do meet someone with whom they are romantically synced, INTPs show themselves to be enthusiastic and cheeky, using flirty word play and clever innuendos to charm the socks off the object of their affection.

This is not to say that relationships come easily to an INTP – they are rather shy and private individuals, and the prospect of putting themselves out there and meeting new people, at the risk of rejection and humiliation is not an apealing proposition. An INTP will likely opt instead to leave a trail of crumbs for a potential partner, inviting them to initiate contact and thus allow the INTP to commit to the relationship as an act of reciprocation rather than bravado.

INTPs take their relationships seriously from the very outset. They are very aware of the challenges presented in getting to know a new person and in dealing with or avoiding the potential pitfalls that sink many relation-ships. The INTP prefers to approach problems with directness and candor. For them, honest and clear communication is integral to cultivating the mutual understanding necessary for a healthy and successful relationship.

INTPs’ are low maintenance individuals who do not require or care much for in the way gifts, surprises or expensive material expressions of love. Their daily needs prove remarkably simple and they are all fairly easy to please. Their partner however may very much need these tokens of affection, and it won’t even occur to an INTP to oblige them. For all their analysis and attempts at mutual understanding, INTPs are infamous for their’ emotional deafness.

When conflict arises, it is often a by-product of the INTP’s penchant for ignoring or internalizing their ‘irrational emotions’ for too long. Unfortunately, the levee of logic that keeps their emotional side in check occasionally breaks down resulting in outbursts they would normally repress. INTPs will do their best to find a logical solution but sometimes the problem is logic itself and the neglect of their partners’ emotional needs. INTPs should try to make themselves available to their partner on an emotional level – if they make this effort, understanding partners will recognize and appreciate the gesture, clumsy though it may be.

All this emotional, and conflict avoidance is geared to free up mental resources, time and energy for the important things that interest them. INTPs spend a vast amount of time in their private inner world filled with substantial imagination, much of which may never be expressed to their partner. However, their creative minds ensure they will rarely be in want for fun ideas to try in their relationship. INTP relationships are rich and rewarding connections and partners who share the Intuitive (N) trait are ideal, along with one or two opposite traits to create variety and balance, but so long as INTPs remember that they are with people who have their own, independent wants and needs, and so long as their partners remember the same of their INTPs, these are long-lasting and satisfying relationships.

INTJ


Individuals with the INTJ personality type approach romance the way they tackle most challenges: by drawing out a plan of calculated steps designed to accomplish a predicted and desirable end goal – in this case a healthy long-term relationship. Instead of falling head first into a vortex of passion and romance, INTJs target potential partners by a pre-determined set of criteria. They break down the dating process into a series of stages, closely scrutinizing a romantic candidate, systematically rating them on various aspects unbeknownst to them.

In a world of pure reason and rationality, this is an effective tactic – but in reality, this approach does not work out so smoothly in relationships. INTJs are likely to overlook emotional factors, such as human nature. The INTJ is brilliantly intellectual, and they’ve created a world in their minds that is more perfect than the real world. People coming into this world need to fit this model, and it can be extremely hard for INTJs to find someone up to the undertaking. Not surprisingly, choosing a compatible partner is the most sizeable challenge most INTJs will experience in life.

Sensitivity, social customs, and feelings are INTJs’ Achilles Heel. Social standards like chivalry are looked at by INTJs as foolish, even demeaning. The concern is, these standards have evolved as a means of smoothing introductions and cultivating superficial rapport. INTJs’ propensity for blunt honesty in both word and deed is likely to offend and infringe this social contract, making dating especially challenging for them.

Over time, INTJs may come to acknowledge these expectations as relevant, blending emotional availability into their strategies. Until then, more turbulent INTJs may only intensify and redouble their defiance. If they are denied or rejected too many times they may reach the conclusion that everyone else is simply too irrational, or stupid. If cynicism shows its head, INTJs may end up slipping into the trap of intentionally displaying intellectual conceitedness, choosing solitude and willingly withdrawing from the world.

The up side of INTJs’ “giving up” is that they are most appealing when they aren’t trying to be. Letting their confidence and intelligence show through naturally and allowing others to come to them is typically INTJs’ best strategy. When they do see potential for a relationship, they’ll spare no effort in developing long term stability.

As their bonds grow, INTJs’ partners will find a very creative and zealous companion, who will share their world while simultaneously granting a large amount of independence and trust. While INTJs may never be totally comfortable conveying their feelings, and may well spend more time theorizing about intimacy than participating in it, they can always be counted upon to think out a mutually favorable resolution to any situation.

INTJs seek out meaningful, deep connections, and trust their know-how and logic to ensure that their companion is pleased, both intellectually and physically.
However when it pertains to emotional satisfaction, INTJs are quite frankly out of their element. Not every partner has the type of fun INTJs do in dealing with disputes and emotional needs like puzzles to be studied and solved. Occasionally, emotions need to be articulated for their own sake, and viewing every outburst under a magnifier isn’t always helpful. If this gets to be a habit, INTJs are able to simply end the relationship, rather than drag things out.

INTJs are remarkably profound and shrewd people, providing balance and wisdom in their romantic relationships. They value genuine, honest communication, and all components of the relationship are open to debate and alteration, but this will need to be reciprocated. INTJs carry out what they consider to be correct, and sometimes that comes across as heartless and indurate – it’s important to understand that INTJs don’t take their judgments lightly. They invest a significant length of time and energy seeking to discover why and how things go bad, particularly when they’ve devoted themselves to the relationship. They undoubtedly hurt inside when things fall apart.

The trouble is finding soulmates who share those same standards. Though Intuitive (N) types are less common, they may very well be a must for many INTJs, as sharing this feature brings about an instant sense of joint belonging. Possessing one or two balancing characteristics, such as Extraversion (E), Feeling (F), or Prospecting (P) can be an aid to keep a relationship dynamic and growth-oriented by keeping INTJs interested in other people, in touch with their feelings, and open to alternative possibilities.

ENTP


ENTPs are great at ginning up a never-ending output of innovations and inventive ideas to keep things moving along, and this is also visible in their romantic relationships as well. Growth is vital for persons with the ENTP personality type, and even before they’ve selected a dating partner, they envision all the ways that they can share new experiences together, and grow their bonds. This can be a daunting process if their companion doesn’t match up, however when ENTPs find a person who shares their passion for intellectual exploration, nothing is more fulfilling.

From the outset of a relationship, ENTPs put their partners to the test to uncover their potential limitations, pushing boundaries and traditions, searching for open-mindedness and spontaneity. Dating ENTP personalities is never a boring experience, and they utilize their enthusiasm and creative minds to amuse and inspire their partners with new ideas and possibilities.

ENTPs’ concept of entertainment is usually grounded around self-improvement, and folks with this personality type take their partners along with them, as much in a spirit of collaboration as in a spirit of requirement. ENTPs see either progress or stagnation and don’t buy into the notion of a contented status quo, making them demanding as much as they are thrilling.

Some may get petered-out when confronted with this constant improvement – while ENTPs’ energy is often attractive, it can also deteriorate even the most patient companions. A bit of time to regroup and a chance to rest on one’s laurels for a period is essential for many, but not something ENTPs are likely going to appreciate. However, if their unflagging enthusiasm is met in kind, it may lead to a fantastic relationship characterized by its strength, depth, and spark.

As ENTPs’ relationships progress into more intimate stages, these benefits will become more evident. All that probing fascination and excitement has a opportunity to be channeled in fresh ways when ENTPs and their lovers come together, and they readily motivate their partners to try new things, and to take pleasure in their intimacy without preconceived restrictions.

For individuals with the ENTP personality type, this point in their relationship is a chance to strengthen and grow in areas that are beyond the world of academia, though they approach it in exactly the same way – as a physical and intellectual means of vying for excellence, rather than a spiritual or emotional manifestation of love.

ENTPs’ need to make improvements in this department ensures they are amazing partners when the romance reaches that point, but their mindset towards this process is also verification of their most glaring deficiency – their emotional obliviousness. Even though ENTPs are more open-minded than other Analysts (NT) about others’ points of views, they’re also more prone to exhibit their contempt for such things as emotional tenderness in cuttingly well-phrased and clear words, easily wounding their partners’ feelings without knowing it. ENTP personalities may even overlook their partners’ feelings entirely, instead immersing themselves solely in some remote idea or opportunity, unavailable.

Exactly where ENTPs’ undeniable need for self-improvement is most nifty is throughout their emotional development, as they may genuinely be willing to work on areas such as empathy and emotional connecting with their partners.

Similar to other Intuitive (N) types, ENTPs’ greatest compatibility resides with other Intuitives, with one or two opposite traits which assist to produce both harmony and prospects for growth. If they are with a more sensitive significant other, this can be a very good way for them to uncover another quality that they can work on as partners, making this weak point yet another opportunity to be innovative, challenge themselves, and to expand the attractiveness that this sense of development produces in their relationships.

ENTJ


 

Like other parts of their existence, ENTJs approach courtship and relationships with a set of objectives and a plan to accomplish them, and go on to do so with noteworthy vigor and determination. Individuals with the ENTJ personality type are in it to succeed, and will happily take prominent roles in relationships from the beginning, assuming personal liability for how efficiently things go and working tirelessly to guarantee a mutually gratifying experience. Romantic relationships are a serious enterprise, and ENTJs are in it for the long term.

This regard for personal responsibility means that ENTJs put a lot of effort into their relationships, and they display their creativity by maintaining a diverse and busy agenda to keep things exciting, especially in the dating period. Simultaneously, ENTJ personalities focus on the long term, and if they decide that a relationship is moving towards a dead end, they will slash their losses and proceed with what will seem to their partner a sudden end to the special attention they had been receiving.

This kind of sporadic ruthlessness with personal relationships is ENTJs’ major weak point, and if they aren’t mindful they can cultivate quite the track record. Detecting others’ feelings and emotions will never be a confident skill for ENTJs, but it is crucial that they work purposefully to build it, both for their partners’ welfare and for their own healthy emotional expression. If they don’t, they risk dominating their loved ones, and this insensitivity can quickly sour a relationship, especially in it’s nascent stages.

If all goes well in the courting phase and a future is deemed likely, individuals with the ENTJ personality type will continue to win over with their imagination and energy. Their genuine self-assurance tends to make ENTJs’ sex life vibrant to put it mildly, and so they often press to explore different ways to express their passion with imaginative enthusiasm. However ENTJs generally have these innovations plotted in advance, with some framework and predictability to their sex lives, leaving the actual spontaneity to less organized personality types.

ENTJs are incredibly growth-oriented, and will grab virtually any chance to improve themselves, paying attention to and acting on criticisms, so long as they are reasonable ones, and constantly aiming to increase their body of knowledge. On the other hand, ENTJs expect this of their lovers, and it is stunning to them that others, especially Feeling (F) types, don’t always share this mindset. ENTJ personalities are even more surprised at others’ active efforts to steer clear of these tense situations.

ENTJs would specifically do well to keep in mind that their approach is just a single approach among a multi-faceted spectrum of possibilities. Even though ENTJs may see criticism as the most effective method (and they’re usually right), they ought to bear in mind that their partners might be more interested in emotional support and development, a realm of self-improvement that ENTJs themselves regularly stay away from.

As with many things, stability is vital, and ENTJs should endeavor to meet their partners half-way, be it through truthful criticisms or stable emotional support and compliments. Just like other Analyst (NT) types, ENTJs’ ideal matches tend to be with other Intuitive (N) types, utilizing one or two opposing traits to develop more balance within the relationship. Developed ENTJs are in a position to understand and adjust to the demands of their partners, and understand that even the most rational folks have emotional needs that need to be met. Thankfully the same reasoning that disregards feelings is also able to know that a conciliatory frame of mind can be the best tool to get the job done. Using their strong senses of accountability and perseverance, those that have the ENTJ personality type are certain to make this effort, leading to long-lasting, fulfilling relationships.

INFP


 

INFPs happen to be dreamy idealists, and so the quest for the perfect relationship is a most arduous task. By no means short on imagination, INFPs imagine their ideal relationship, forming an image of their soul mate, an embodiment of their lofty ideals, playing and replaying scenarios in their minds of how life could be. This can be a role that no man or woman can expect to fulfill, and individuals with the INFP personality type have to understand that no one’s perfect, and that romances don’t merely fall into place magically – they take compromise, understanding and work.

Luckily these are generally traits that INFPs are noted for, and even though it may be a struggle to separate long-fostered dreams from actuality, INFPs’ propensity to concentrate their focus on only a couple of individuals in their world ensures that they are going to approach new relationships wholeheartedly, accompanied by a sense of high value, commitment and faith.

INFPs show a genuine belief in the concept of relationships – that two persons can join together and improve one another’s lives and be happier than they were by themselves. INFPs will take great efforts to express support and love in order to make this ideal a reality, but INFPs aren’t always in a hurry to commit. They are, after all, Prospecting (P) types, and are typically seeking to either begin a new relationship or strengthen a current one – they have to be certain they’ve identified someone suitable. When dating, INFPs will typically commence with a flurry of comparisons, looking at all the ways the latest love interest matches with the ideal they’ve dreamed of. This process can be a problem for a new partner, as few are able to keep up with INFPs’ abundant imagination and moral specifications – if incompatibilities and discord over this preliminary phase mount, the relationship can conclude hastily, with INFPs likely sighing that “it wasn’t meant to be.”

As a relationship progresses, individuals with the INFP personality type will present themselves to be enthusiastic, hopeless romantics, even as they respect their partners’ autonomy. INFPs invest time to understand those they are concerned about, while at the same time supporting them to learn, develop and change. Even though INFPs are well-meaning, not everybody values what can come across as unsolicited homilies, being informed that they must improve – or, put another way, that they’re not good enough. INFPs might be aghast to find that their intents have been construed this way, but it’s a serious danger, and if their lover is as averse to conflict as INFPs themselves, it may boil beneath the surface for some time before surfacing, far too late to fix.

This aversion to conflict, while it can add significantly to the stability of the relationship, is one of the most pressing qualities for INFPs to work on. Between their sensitivity and creativity, INFPs are susceptible to internalizing even objective assertions and points, reading into them excessively, and drawing exaggerated outcomes, at times reacting as if these comments are metaphors intended to threaten the very bedrock of their principles. Typically this is an overreaction, and INFPs should exercise what they preach, and concentrate on bettering their ability to respond to critiques with composed objectivity, instead of irrational accusations and weaponized shame.

At their best, INFPs do almost everything they can to be the perfect partner, keeping true to themselves and motivating their partners to do the same. INFPs do not rush into becoming physically intimate so that they can first get acquainted with their partners, utilizing their creativity to fully grasp their needs and wants, and adjust to them. Those that have this personality type are generous with their affection, accompanied by a clear preference for placing the satisfaction of their partners before their own – it is in knowing that their partners are pleased that INFPs genuinely feel the most enjoyment.

INFJ


 

With regards to romance, INFJs take the search for a partnership seriously. Something INFJs find most essential is building genuine, strong connections with the men and women they care about. INFJs are zealous in their relationships, and there’s a sense of know-how driving their spontaneity, enabling them to delight their partners over and over. INFJs aren’t afraid to demonstrate their love, which they feel unconditionally, imbuing a depth to the relationship that can hardly be defined in conventional terms. Relationships with INFJs aren’t for the uncommitted or the superficial.

Reaching that point can often be challenging for prospective partners, particularly when they are the impatient sort, as INFJs in many cases are perfectionistic as well as fussy. Individuals with this kind of personality type aren’t easily talked into anything they don’t want to do, and whenever someone doesn’t recognize that, it’s an infraction that is not likely to be pardoned, especially in the initial phases of dating. Worse still, is if a suitor attempts to make use of manipulation or being untruthful, as INFJs will see right through it, and if there’s anything they possess a poor tolerance for in a relationship, it is inauthenticity.

INFJs set off searching for people who share their need for authenticity, and steer clear of those who don’t, particularly when hunting for a partner. That being said, INFJs usually have the benefit of desirability – they can be warm, pleasant, compassionate and enlightening, seeing past facades and also obvious to find out others’ thoughts and emotions. Not really ones for laid back encounters, individuals with the INFJ personality type alternatively seek out depth and significance in their relationships. INFJs will take the necessary time to find a person they really connect with – once they’ve discovered that someone, their relationships will reach a degree of depth and sincerity that many people are only able to imagine.

On the matter of intimacy, INFJs search for a connection which goes past the physical, embracing the emotional as well as spiritual connection they have with their partner. Individuals with the INFJ personality type are passionate partners, and view intimacy as a means to express their love as well as make their partners happy. INFJs treasure not only the act of being in a relationship, but what it means to merge with another person, in mind, body and soul.

ENFP


 

In terms of relationships, there’s very few around who are more excited than ENFPs to share with their partners the wealth of ideas and mind blowing experiences that life provides. For individuals with the ENFP personality type, relationships really are a joyous means of mutual exploration and imagination, an opportunity to hook up with another soul. ENFPs take their relationships seriously, and tend to be recognized for their uninhibited and unflappable faithfulness to those whom they’ve dedicated their hearts.

ENFPs possess the benefit of magnetic charm with regards to luring a partner – ENFPs’ warmth, excitement and fervour are simply attractive.
During the dating period, in cases where ENFPs can be said to endure such a formal process to begin with, they will likely show these qualities by bathing their new love interests with affection, and may try everything they can to develop a strong relationship by demonstrating their loyalty and reliability by whatever means available.

Long-distance romances are very common among ENFPs, since they view physical distance as merely another idea, no match for concepts like love. This provides them the opportunity to display their commitment, both by staying true inspite of the physical separation, along with overtures of attempts to surprise their partners, traveling that distance on impulse. These are displays of ENFPs’ mystery, idealism and deep emotion, and such initiatives usually maintain the flames of any relationship burning bright.

Individuals with the ENFP personality type convey these ideals sexually also, examining the physical with imagination and passion, seeing these times together as a opportunity to let their feelings for each other flow out, exchanging their love and affection. ENFPs will voluntarily experiment with their partners, even at the beginning of a relationship, however they may also be oddly perfectionistic, feeling that these physiological acts are a manifestation of their deeper love, and therefore shouldn’t be undertaken carelessly. This perfectionism is another reflection of their sensitivity, their desire to not disappoint, and ENFPs value a well-placed praise.

Few people are equipped for the excitement, sporadic clinginess, and emotional fluctuations that this school of thought entails, regardless of whether long-distance or long-term, mystical or physical. ENFPs continuously investigate new ideas and enhancements, imagining future possibilities – in dating, this inclination to consider potential instead of the present is often self-defeating, and their spontaneity renders it harder to remain centered on their end goal of a long-term partnership. If their partners are unable to reciprocate these acts of excitement and devotion, ENFPs will probably start to feel unhappy and misunderstood.

ENFPs go all-out with their romances, and whenever they crumble despite their efforts, they may wind up weighed down with concerns regarding why their bond failed and what they might have done differently – with no buoy, these feelings can collapse ENFPs’ self-esteem as they sink into despair. It is vital for ENFP personalities, much like anyone, to understand that relationships are in all ways shared – shared interest, shared growth, and shared responsibility – and so they can’t be solely accountable.

Following a trial such as this, ENFPs may very well be unwilling to open up and commit, therefore it may take years for a partner to get around their overwhelming depth and intensity, incorrectly believing that ENFPs’ enthusiasm and ostensible openness implies that they wear everything on their sleeves. In fact ENFPs’ spontaneity, the seeming inconsistency and erraticism the untrained eye perceives, is not a product of flightiness or deficiency of depth, but the contrary – it’s a drive to communicate ideas regarding a mystical, all-encompassing energy, within the confines of a physical world, and underpinning it all is the uniting principle of love, expressed in a variety of ways, but unshakeable and limitless at its heart.

ENFJ


 

Individuals who share the ENFJ personality type feel quite at home when in a relationship, and few types are more willing to establish a loving commitment with their selected partners. ENFJs take romance and relationships seriously, choosing partners with an eye on the long run, rather than the more casual approach that could be anticipated from some Explorer (SP) types. There is no greater joy for ENFJs than to support the goals of someone they care about, and the interweaving of lives that a dedicated relationship represents is the ideal chance to do just that.

During the dating stage, individuals with the ENFJ personality type will be ready to show their commitment by investing the energy to establish themselves as reliable, trustworthy partners.
Their Intuitive (N) trait enables them to to keep pace with the rapidly shifting moods that are common at the beginning of relationships, but ENFJs will still depend on conversations regarding their mutual feelings, checking the pulse rate of the relationship by inquiring how everything is, and if there’s other things they can do. Although this can help to keep conflict, which ENFJs hate, to a minimum, they also risk being overbearing or clingy – ENFJs ought to keep in mind that occasionally the only thing that’s wrong is being asked what’s wrong too often.

ENFJs do not require much to be content, only to know that their partner is satisfied, and for their partner to share that happiness through visible affection. Helping others’ goals reach fruition is usually the chiefest concern of ENFJs, and they will spare no expense in supporting their partner to fulfill their aspirations. When they aren’t cautious though, ENFJs’ pursuit of their partners’ satisfaction can leave them overlooking their own needs, and it’s essential for them to take the time to express those needs occasionally, especially in the beginning.

ENFJs’ inclination to prevent virtually any discord, sometimes even compromising their own principles to keep the peace, can result in long-term troubles if these efforts never completely resolve the root problems that they conceal. Conversely, people with the ENFJ personality type can occasionally be too preemptive in resolving their conflicts, requesting criticisms and suggestions in such a way that conveys neediness or insecurity. ENFJs expend their emotions totally in their relationships, and they are sometimes so willing to please that it actually undermines the relationship – this may lead to resentment, and even the breakdown of the relationship. When this occurs, ENFJs go through strong feelings of guilt and betrayal, since they see all their efforts go for naught.

When potential partners value these traits however, making an attempt themselves to take care of the needs of their ENFJ partners, they will benefit from lengthy, happy, passionate relationships. ENFJs are well-known to be trustworthy lovers, perhaps keen on routine and balance than spontaneity in their sex lives, but always focused on the selfless gratification of their partners. In the end, ENFJ personality types feel that the only true happiness is mutual happiness, which is the stuff successful relationships built on.

ISTJ


 

ISTJs are reliable, and this attribute is evidently expressed with regards to their romantic relationships. Typically symbolizing the apex of family values, those that have the ISTJ personality type are at ease with, and often encourage conventional domestic and gender roles, and look to a family framework directed by clear expectations and integrity. Even though their reserved character typically makes courting ISTJs tricky, they are really devoted partners, prepared to commit significant thought and effort to ensure solid and mutually rewarding relationships.

Random hookups and blind dates aren’t ISTJs’ favored means of acquiring potential partners. The danger and unpredictability of such situations has ISTJs’ alert warning buzzers buzzing, and being dragged out for a night of dancing at the club is simply not going to happen. ISTJ personalities considerably prefer more responsible, conventional ways of dating, for example dinner with an interested colleague or, in their more daring moods, a setup arranged via a mutual friend.

ISTJs tackle romances, like most things, from a logical standpoint, seeking compatibility and also shared gratification of daily and long-term necessities. This isn’t a task that ISTJs take frivolously, and as soon as commitments are in place, they abide by their plans to the very finish. ISTJs set up foundations, fulfill their obligations, and maintain their relationships functional and steady.

When relationships progress into the long-term, ISTJs happily see to the required daily duties at home, utilizing the same sense of responsibility to their household lifestyle that they do at work.
Although this might not translate into particularly sexy intimate lives, ISTJs are reliable lovers who desire very much for their partners to stay satisfied. It takes patience on the part of more daring partners, however, if a variety of activities can be demonstrated as equally or more pleasurable than those currently within ISTJs’ comfort zones, they are completely capable of trying new things.

On the other hand, emotional satisfaction can be a different matter. While ISTJs offer unexpectedly fine emotional support, this mainly occurs when they realize that it’s necessary, and there’s the rub. As Thinking (T) types, ISTJs are not typically receptive to others’ feelings, unless they are stated clearly. Individuals with the ISTJ personality type can get so distracted by the belief in their correctness, in “winning” quarrels they believed were about points, that they don’t realize their partner might have perceived things from a standpoint of empathy and sensitivity. Particularly with Feeling (F) partners, this is sometimes a significant challenge for the relationship. In the end though, ISTJs’ sense of obligation and commitment set the tone, and they spare no effort in noting this difference moving forward, once the repercussions have been proven real.

Even as ISTJs’ staid methodology might appear dull to some, it comes with an undeniable charm to it, though experienced perhaps more by respect and admiration than emotional enthusiasm. ISTJs’ armor hides a robust and calm determination and will power, uncommon among other personality types, that may benefit even the flightiest personalities, enabling them to remain connected to the real world while nevertheless exploring different terrain. Partners who share the Observant (S) trait are the most effective fit for ISTJ personalities, along with one or two opposing traits to bring about balance and to broaden ISTJs’ sometimes excessively isolated world, such as partners with Extraverted (E) or Prospecting (P) traits.

ISFJ


 

With regards to romantic relationships, ISFJs’ kindness develops right into a bliss which is only found when taking care of their family and home, and being there for emotional and practical support anytime it’s required. Home is where the heart is for individuals with the ISFJ personality type, and in no other part of their lives do they endeavor with such persistence to create the harmony and sweetness they would like to see in the world.

However, these are the benefits of an established long-term relationship, and ISFJs’ excruciating shyness means it can take quite a long time to achieve this ideal. ISFJs are most engaging when they’re truly being themselves within familiar surroundings such as work, where their genuine flow of activity displays this kindness and goodness. Relationships constructed on established understanding are a cozy prospect for ISFJs – they take dating seriously and only get into relationships which have a actual possibility of enduring a lifetime.

ISFJs’ shyness and empathy safeguard what are, below the surface, remarkably strong emotions. Although it is not always apparent to other people, this stream of emotion can’t be taken flippantly or for granted – ISFJ personalities can appreciate the concept of dedicated romance nearly as highly as some view religious beliefs. Difficult as it can be, if either dating partner questions their feelings, they must separate before real emotional injury is done.

As his or her relationship progresses, ISFJs typically grapple with emotional expression, however they are able to let physical affection stand in for their adoring words. Those that have this personality type take no greater pleasure than in satisfying others, sometimes considering this a personal obligation, which applies to intimacy to boot. Even though dutiful intercourse might not seem especially appealing in those particular terms, sexual relations is enormously important to ISFJs, and so they spare no effort in this area.

The pleasure they take in tending to their partners’ happiness isn’t limited to the bedroom – ISFJs invest an enormous amount of time and effort searching for ways to keep their relationship enjoyable for their partners. All they request in exchange is loyalty, love and, perhaps most of all, gratitude.

Even so, not everyone is willing to pay even that modest cost for the benefit of ISFJs’ goodness. In cases where their partners unwilling or able to show this appreciation, or even worse are overtly critical of their ISFJ partners, they will discover that, with time and stress, all of those repressed emotions can explode forth in massive verbal outbursts that all the future guilt in the world won’t vitiate.

Such outbursts are something to look out for, but the more persistent concern in ISFJs’ relationships is that it could be far too easy for their altruism and kindness to be exploited, possibly even without their partners recognizing it, while leaving ISFJs’ own needs and desires unsatisfied. It is a thing that ISFJs’ partners, and ISFJ personalities themselves, should keep on top of if they want the sort of long, satisfying relationships they desire. Conveying gratitude is often not only just the right words, it is reciprocation.

Should these couples manage this equilibrium of mutual appreciation and goal-setting, they will likely come to find that the best ISFJ traits appear later in the relationship, while they work towards building families and homes alongside one another.
Despite the fact that they are perfectly capable at work and among friends, ISFJs’ true passions lie in looking after their families, from having fun with their kids to the tedious needs of the household, endeavours ISFJs are only too willing to pursue.

ISFJs are dependable, faithful, loving and steadfast and nothing provides these folks more delight than the commitment of an appreciative and flourishing relationship. The most effective matches are the ones who share these sensibilities, specifically those who share the Observant (S) trait, along with one or two opposing traits to make certain both partners have space to grow, develop and support each other along, ’til the very end.

ESTJ


 

ESTJs are pretty distinctive in that their relationships don’t actually change as they progress from the courting phase into more steady, long-term relationships and even further into holy or unholy matrimony. Since they appreciate integrity and straightforwardness so highly, individuals with the ESTJ personality type are usually clear about who they really are, what they’re like and what their aims are from the beginning, and to abide by those assertions long-term. As long as their partner can take them at their word and do the same, they are certain to be extremely solid relationships.

This is not to suggest that there isn’t any growth of course – personality development is definitely a high priority for ESTJs, and every life goal is significant. Instead, it’s that changing moods, objectives and needs are less likely to fundamentally alter the foundation of ESTJs’ relationships.

This might all seem a bit dull, and indeed ESTJs aren’t impulsive or unpredictable folks, however they do greatly enjoy taking their partners out and having a good time. Social activities and adventures are ESTJs’ concept of a good time, and even though they may rely on familiar people and venues, they do provide plenty of energy and excitement, which helps keep things thrilling.

ESTJs approach sexual relations with equally physical, active motives, and from relatively traditional ones as well. Crazy ideas and poetry are for less mature personalities, or so ESTJs might claim, though they do enjoy recognition and well-placed words of flattery to sustain high self-esteem. They might seek more stability in their sex lives than most, but ESTJs by no means neglect to bring their characteristic vigor.

This hints at an obstacle in ESTJs’ relationships however, and that is emotional closeness. Touchy-feely situations are sparse, as well as verbal declarations of love; normally, this is fine, as ESTJ personalities find different, more tangible methods to communicate their affection. The issue is in realizing the validity of those traits in other people, instead of simply disregarding them as unnecessary or irrational, a thing that can be extremely hurtful if ESTJs’ partners are more sensitive.

ESTJs deal with discord head-on with straightforward arguments of fact – a very rational strategy – but subtlety and sentimental tact are diminished in the process. While ESTJs’ level-headed, calm methodology is valued by many, for other people it is an uncomfortably blunt approach. For all their interpersonal skills, ESTJs are particularly poor at reading the emotional side of others, and when it comes to their lovers, it’s more critical than ever to try and improve.

ESTJs are men and women of strong principles and strong self-confidence. They use such qualities to defend their partners with remarkable persistence. Yet people with the ESTJ personality type may also be stubborn, with a firm belief in their rightness, and so they can quickly hurt more sensitive partners’ delicate feelings. Being mindful of this, it is often best for ESTJs to seek out fellow Observant (S) partners in order to prevent communication barriers, along with one or two opposing traits to balance their dynamic character and offer opportunities for growth.

ESFJ


 

Treasuring social acceptance and a sense of belonging so hugely, romantic relationships carry a particular degree of significance for ESFJs. No other type of relationship offers individuals with the ESFJ personality type with the same amount of support and commitment, and the feelings of stability and security that accompany strong romantic relationships are particularly gratifying.

ESFJs avoid casual flings – they must know that their partners will be by their sides providing unwavering help support, with matrimony and family as their supreme goal.
With such an objective in mind, ESFJ personalities take every stage, from courting to everything afterward, very seriously. Almost everything about ESFJs’ relationships is founded on gratifying mutual necessities, from establishing understanding early on to building two-way respect and support for one another’s opinions and dreams. Understanding that they are cherished and valued has a substantial effect on ESFJs’ mood and self-esteem.

Should they feel like that the support isn’t there, such as when their lovers give criticism, ESFJs will feel extremely hurt and betrayed. Those that have the ESFJ personality type detest discord and criticism, which can make it difficult to address any issues that come up. Few things are more hurtful or demoralizing to ESFJs than to realize that their partners don’t value their dreams or opinions. ESFJs can be unexpectedly tough and determined in the face of difficulty, but they need to know for certain that their partners have got their back.

Sadly, less mature ESFJs may not have the intrinsic strength and wisdom to attract this in healthy ways. They can be very clingy, compromising their own principles and beliefs in return for their partners’ approbation. This can be a unfortunate trap – not only is it unappealing, it can too easily lead to emotionally abusive relationships, that reduce ESFJs’ self-esteem even further. An additional snare is their fixation on social status and popularity – it’s not unusual for ESFJs’ social circles and family members to play a larger part in their selection of dating partners than even their own values.

ESFJs are warm, faithful people who desire to feel trustworthy and appreciated. They are great with practical concerns like money management and administrative duties, and are willing to take on such responsibilities in the name of looking after the people they care about, a wonderful trait. ESFJs simply need to make certain they take the time to ensure that they develop relationships that allow them to fulfill their own personal needs and goals, with partners who recognize their care and generosity wholly, and who reciprocate to boot.

ESFJs is usually quite organized in how their relationships progress, following traditional dating rules and practices. As their romances approach more erotic stages, ESFJs’ focus on process and tradition continue with founded gender roles and socially appropriate activities.

Even so, since ESFJs are so focused on the physical world and tend to be quite sentimental, they have an inclination to be very affectionate and sensual, and all round great sexual partners. Those that have this personality type like to uncover ways to make their partners satisfied, and this type of intimacy is an excellent method of doing so. As the couple becomes more at ease each other, ESFJs in many cases are open to experimentation and trying new ideas, provided that their partners are prepared to reciprocate.

ESFJs have got particular needs for their relationships, and specific personality types are best able to meet those needs. Generally speaking, partners ought to share ESFJs’ Observant (S) trait, however it can also be helpful to develop a sense of introspection that Introverted (I) partners can offer, with perhaps one more opposing trait to help ESFJs concentrate on logical decisions when applicable, or to be a little more open-minded in new situations.

ISTP


 

With regards to romantic relationships with ISTPs, it’s kind of like nailing Jell-O to a tree. Courting ISTP personalities is a dance, complex and exciting, with shifting coldness and detachment, and passion, impulsiveness and pleasures of the moment. Practically nothing can be commanded in ISTP relationships, but on condition that they are given the space they require to be themselves, they will happily enjoy the luxuries of a stable life-long partner.

At the beginning of dating, those that have the ISTP personality type might be especially flighty – these people live in the present, constantly seeking fresh adventures and experiences. If a prospective partner does not make the cut, ISTPs have no problem walking away. ISTPs also require a good deal of personal space, both mentally and physically, and any efforts to control them or forcibly arrange their activities only speeds up their departure.

However, ISTPs haven’t any problem attempting to alter their partners’ habits, probably with efforts to get them to chill out a bit and loosen up and have fun. ISTP personalities are scarcely stern or conventional when it pertains to romance, and often attempt to introduce sex into their relationship as soon as possible. Sensual people that they are, ISTPs make ready use of all of their senses, viewing sexual relations as a performance art, and a source of delight.

As their relationships develop, ISTPs’ lovers have a tendency to learn that intimacy is about the nearest they get to open emotional expression. It isn’t that ISTPs don’t possess feelings – they really run rather deep and strong – only that they hide and safeguard them because they are uncertain how to handle them and express them. ISTPs haven’t any difficulty leaving something they believe to be mutually understood unsaid.

This is applicable in a much wider sense in ISTPs’ relationships too. Virtually any efforts to force understood arrangements, including the relationships themselves, into open dialogue in an effort to secure commitment, especially early on, will often be met by ISTPs with something close to panic or anxiety. Practically nothing is so acutely distressing to ISTPs as realizing that there’s no way out. Each day is a new day, and ISTPs evaluate their responsibilities from moment to moment.

For ISTPs to become long term partners, it must take place as a organic progression of these day-to-day choices, on their own time.
None of this ought to be taken too personally by ISTPs’ partners – it is simply how their brains work. Individuals with this personality type stay in the present, in a realm of physical activities that engage the senses, and so they just need to be assured that they have the liberty to be enthusiastic about something one day and indifferent the next, without being grilled on when they’re going to complete something, or why they’ve “abruptly changed their minds”.

On the other hand, becoming a a bit more expressive and a a bit more comfortable with the notion of consistency and follow-through can go a long way in rounding out the ISTP personality type. The ideal partners usually share ISTPs’ Observant (S) trait, that fascination with what the world is here and now, along with one or two opposing traits, like Extraversion or Judging, to assist them to investigate a world that also consists of other people and others’ expectations.

ISFP


 

ISFPs can be mystifying and hard to get to know. Despite being very emotional individuals, they guard this vulnerable core carefully, choosing to pay attention than to express. Those that have the ISFP personality type concentrate instead on their partners, with modest interest in dictating the mood of a predicament using their own feelings. Although this can occasionally be aggravating, if they’re accepted for who they are, ISFPs turn out to be warm, passionate partners.

The relationship is unlikely to ever grow stagnant – even the longest-term partners can be astonished at the secrets ISFPs hold.
As his or her relationship grows, ISFPs’ partners come to discover vibrancy and impulsiveness to be par for the course. ISFPs might not be excellent long-term planners, choosing to let their lovers take the lead when considering logic and strategy, however they hardly ever run out of things to do in the present. Additionally caring and faithful, ISFPs adore discovering ways to surprise their partners in fun little ways.

Additionally there is a sense of pragmatism to ISFPs’ unpredictability – if anybody is likely to cancel a planned trip to stay home with a partner fallen ill, as a gesture of love, it is ISFP personalities. Being with their partners is one thing ISFPs really savor, and they desire their partners to know that they’re looked after and special.

It is vital for their lovers to make it clear that this love and attention is appreciated. ISFPs would never request such kudos, however it can definitely injure their feelings if they don’t hear it. These kinds of expressions needn’t be verbal – ISFPs believe in actions, not words – but it’s essential that they know their feelings are mutual. On the other hand, there are few types more susceptible to criticism and conflict, and it’s important to supply a certain amount of emotional aid.

When they do feel cherished, ISFPs will be more than willing to reciprocate in whatever way they know how. Those that have the ISFP personality type are quite sensual, and in no facet of their lives is this more clear than in their sex lives. Intimacy is a chance for ISFPs to satisfy their partners, and they include every sense available in savoring these moments. ISFPs may very well be shy in public, but alone with a partner they trust, the masks are removed – few individuals get to see this facet, and it’s always a pleasing surprise.

Emotions and feelings underpin every part of ISFPs’ relationships, along with not only a inclination towards, but a dependence on, fresh opportunities. ISFP personalities are not to be pressured into anything, and speeding into long-term commitments is a sure way to frighten them off. If ISFPs can’t feel enthusiastic in wondering “what’s next?” each and every morning, they may find themselves asking “what’s the point?”

Nevertheless, building some proficiency with planning can be a wholesome area of improvement for ISFPs. Learning to be a a bit more at ease voicing their emotions and communicating more clearly is one thing their partners can also help with. At any rate, sharing the Observant (S) trait usually smooths out the more difficult aspects of shared understanding, and relationships with individuals who have the Extraverted (E) and Judging (J) traits allows ISFPs to learn and grow in tangible, attainable ways.

ESTP


 

With regards to romantic relationships, those that have the ESTP personality type can scarcely be considered to be pining away for their wedding day. Life is enjoyable and filled with surprises (something ESTPs have special skill in supplying), and they appreciate it all in the present. ESTPs might not spend considerable time preparing for “someday”, however their excitement and changeableness cause them to be exciting dating partners.

ESTPs’ romances are far from dull. Their improvisational style results in a ostensibly never-ending variety of activities and pastimes to become engaged in, and ESTPs totally recommend their partners to participate. ESTPs enjoy new ideas and also occasional philosophical debate – however they need to be subjects that can explored by means of action together, not just idle talk. There’s musing concerning the causes and effects of pandemic obesity, and there’s training for a marathon together to promote a healthy lifestyle.

Intimately, ESTPs haven’t any real reservations. It’s enjoyable, it’s physically satisfying, fresh ideas are always encouraged, and ESTP personalities’ powerful perception keeps them well-tuned to their partners’ wants. Even so, ESTPs’ separation of the bodily act from the more psychological and spiritual connections that many other types seek from intimacy can be a point of tension if everyone isn’t on the same page. Some types require sex to be an authentic expression of love – ESTPs simply aren’t one of them.

After a while, it may be difficult for ESTPs to move their relationships to deeper, more emotionally personal levels. Quickly bored to death, people who have the ESTP personality type search for constant excitement – occasionally deliberately subjecting themselves to hazard if they feel trapped. If their partners are unable to keep up, ESTPs might just wind up seeking someone new. It’s not that ESTP personalities are disloyal. Instead, they might think to themselves “This isn’t working, so why should I act like it is?” ESTPs are realistic, and can practice self-control when they choose, but being as enchanting and popular as they are, it may sometimes be a tad too easy to leave.

Just like any relationship, it requires work and persistence. Not every day can be a adventure. However ESTPs are flexible, curious people, which undoubtedly helps to keep the fire burning. Sustaining healthy relationships is the greatest chance for ESTPs to exercise their skills in perceiving each and every change in their partners’ mood and conduct, whilst using their problem-solving abilities to deal with their demands. ESTPs can also reinforce more overlooked traits, like emotional tenderness and long-term preparation.

The ideal partners to assist these possibilities for growth share the Observant (S) trait, and are inclined towards the Introverted (I) and Judging (J) ends of the continuum. Such qualities aid ESTPs to attain a more introspective and consistent mindset, while ESTPs themselves might help their partners to unwind a touch and get out of the house on the spur of the moment and also have a good time.

ESFP


 

ESFPs are sociable, fun-loving, free-spirited individuals who enjoy life in the moment and extract every little bit of pleasure from everything. Normally, they don’t sacrifice any of this freshness and vitality when dating. For individuals with the ESFP personality type, romances aren’t about slowly developing foundations for future years, or planning for a life – they are effervescent, capricious things to be appreciated for as long as there’s excitement to be enjoyed.

Needless to say, when that enjoyment does wear out, it’s gone. ESFPs reassess their circumstances and obligations continuously, irrespective of professions of love and commitment today. Should a week later they just do not feel the same, that’s it, and ESFP personalities haven’t any trouble seriously considering breaking things off. Even though ESFPs can be prepared to develop their relationships instead of trade them out, it requires a large amount of maturity and practical experience for them to understand that it can be worth the hassle.

For as long as they do last though, relationships with ESFPs are quite memorable. Those that have this personality type always have some new and thrilling recreation up their sleeves, and they truly appreciate investing each moment with their partners. ESFPs delight in physical intimacy profoundly, and they show themselves loving, inquisitive, and open-minded lovers who desire to share pleasure with willing and reciprocative partners.

Discussion with ESFPs is comparable, emphasizing fun, occasionally quirky topics instead of deep, soul-searching expressions. History and the future, the sciences and politics, and long-term plans and responsibilities are all regularly overlooked by ESFP personalities. They impede them and add too much weight to ESFPs’ freewheeling style.

ESFPs gladly discuss almost anything or anyone that pops into their heads, but won’t have a subject matter pushed.
Remarkably emotional people, and sensitive, ESFPs react poorly to external “recommendations” regarding how to manage their love lives. They react far worse if criticisms arrive from their partners, and attempting to remove emotions from the picture by telling ESFPs to “not take this personally” isn’t useful either. Dealing with these situations better is a real area for improvement for ESFPs, because there are whole dating strategies (pretty distasteful, manipulative ones) that center around exploiting this very trait.

Alternatively, the problem could be a not enough criticism at all. ESFPs appreciate interpersonal input a great deal, and are nearly as impacted by their friends’ thoughts of their dating partners as their own. Because ESFPs are drawn to people who share their values, whether dating partners or friends, this may leave them in an echo chamber that just tells them what they desire to hear, reinforcing immature behaviors.

Many of these tendencies can definitely come back to haunt individuals with the ESFP personality type down the road. ESFPs’ inclination to stay away from promises and obligations and bounce from partner to partner sabotages needed long-term goals like retirement planning. Developing real relationships will take time and mindful effort. This tends to make Introverted (I) and Judging (J) partners (who preferably share the Observant [S] trait) highly rewarding partners, as they enable ESFPs to build up a sense of introspection, as well as some wholesome stability and trustworthiness.

Fortunately, ESFPs are exceedingly likeable people who appreciate life’s small joys, and seldom want for diversity in their partners. Zealous and affectionate, along with a genuine and down-to-earth love that simply takes things at face value, ESFPs are wise enough that they invest time to find someone they genuinely enjoy being with every day, as opposed to settling too soon for security over happiness, only to forfeit both.

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  • article Myers Briggs

    Thoughts On Trump From Each Myers Briggs Type

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    INTP


    1. “Trump does not know what he is talking about, but somehow ends up being kinda right most of the time, and would likely have Pence do most of the work anyway. Trump wants to openly do things that are bad, but Congress won’t let him. Hillary semi-openly wants to do things that are very bad, and Congress would cooperate on most of it. So in the end Trump is the lesser of two evils.”


    2.”I’m not a Trump supporter. I’m not a Hillary supporter. I think both would be bad as president. But I believe Trump would be far less of a disaster. The problem is, I see both of them as progressives. Both will grow government and expand taxation. The only difference will be where they want the money they steal from the citizenry to go. Hillary will expand government with social services and entitlement programs (which we can’t afford). Trump will expand the military and homeland security (which we can’t afford). Both will seek to expand presidential powers beyond the scope of the Constitution. I don’t believe Trump is a racist, nor do I believe him to be a misogynist. I do believe he is an overgrown frat boy. I do believe Hillary should be indicted under the Rico Act for what her and Bill have done with their foundation (Wikileaks has revealed some very unsavory things). I also believe she should be indicted for her mishandling of classified material. Had I done what she did, I would be in prison and many other Americans would be as well had they done it. But it looks like if your last name is Clinton, laws are not applicable to them. I will end it with this: I’m voting for Gary Johnson. The only 3rd party candidate on all ballots in the 50 states. He’s also the only candidate on every state ballot that isn’t under investigation by the FBI.”


    3.”Trump is a narcissist and is not suitable for being in a position of responsibility. I’m sure that as president his main concerns would be changing any laws he could in ways that would make himself richer and attacking anyone he’s angry with in the moment.”


    INTJ


    1.”He’s the lesser of two evils.”


    2.”He is spontaneous and idiotic. He does not understand how government works at any level and would be a disaster for foreign policy. Even if you put aside all of the hateful rhetoric he spouts I do not see how anyone can honestly believe that putting someone who knows so little in charge of the nation. His history of failed business ventures ruins the only possible appeal I could see in him, that being an understanding of economics, but he doesn’t have that. All he has is showmanship.”


    3.”Trump is the first real social media candidate. He’s using the same principle people on Facebook use — short, attention-grabbing sound bites that are outrageous as possible. When Trump says all Mexicans are rapists, and the media goes apeshit about this, he has won. This has been his appeal from the very beginning.”


    4.”I’m more concerned about the extremist faction of Trump’s supporters who actually believe him when he says the election is rigged and that he won’t accept the result if he loses. It’s bullshit. Trump isn’t interested in the presidency as much as he’s interested in the prestige that comes with holding the office. When he has lost on November 8th, he’s going to slowly abandon politics, probably trying to capitalize on the extremist wing of his ‘movement’ and sell them all sorts of conspiracies, similar to Alex Jones.”


    4.” he’s a complete and utter idiot with a huge ego, too little education, and no intellect. His popularity is due to having that in common with many Americans, so I think he’s really a symptom of a much greater problem here in America.. I can’t imagine myself staying here throughout all of college.”


    5.”Trump is actually looking to try and fix problems for America. He is not my ideal president as he is too brash and says some stupid things. I think his intuition is right and his vision and leadership can take us in the right direction. Previous elections I voted for Gary Johnson and Ron Paul but I am happy to vote for Trump this time. I am more energized politicially than I have been in 5 years or so.”


    6.”I believe Trump does not fully think through decisions.”


    7.”I have concerns about him being an authoritarian. He has outright admitted to finding people like Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un to be admirable leaders (both of whom are despicable people and atrocious leaders.) On top of that he grew up believing he could get whatever he wanted by throwing tantrums, which is dangerous as fuck. I don’t believe he could override Congress but the thought of someone even trying is disconcerting. So basically, I don’t want him to win. I refuse to vote for Hilary either though because I do not believe in a lesser of two evils. I was going to vote for Gary Johnson but his recent blunders regarding his knowledge of foreign affairs have knocked him down a few pegs for me as well.”


    ENTP


    1.”I think Trump can largely be explained by cognitive dissonance theory. He’s a guy who’s got a view of himself that he wants to maintain, and he’s going to reject any source of evidence that appears contrary to that view. That is, until the source provides different, more appealing info; then suddenly it’s a winner. I think most people work a little bit like this–granting desires governance over perceptions–but Trump seems such an extreme case.”


    2.”I don’t have a set-in-stone opinion of Trump because I’ve never met him. I just have this feeling that he’s trolling everyone, because someone who’s been that successful in life can’t possibly be a complete moron.”


    3.”I think that Trump is very unique and quite the personality. I’m used to the idea that there are vastly different types of people in this world, and I’m pretty accepting of it. That doesn’t describe all ENTPs, though, since I’ve been on the ENTP forum and some of the guys over there have wondered how on Earth anyone could like Trump and aren’t open to finding him likable on any level. As for me, there are things that I like about him, things that I don’t like about him, and things about him that I’m neutral on but nonetheless find very interesting.”


    4.”Latino ENTP – I don’t really care, I mean whats the worst he can do, deport me? ;)”


    5.”I, frankly, don’t care much about what his policies are. He is not a politician and he does not have the knowledge needed to run a country, he doesn’t understand how things work like Hilary (or frankly anyone else) does. I don’t like Hilary, but I’d rather be working under someone I disagree with who knows what they’re doing than someone who doesn’t even know what they are doing.”


    ENTJ


    1.”The outcome of the election doesn’t matter at this point, we are still f****d from both ends.”


    2.”It’s a very interesting phenomena. That’s kind of the point where you stop believing that a politician doesn’t have to be a saint, but at least a comparably decent human being…. he’s an extraordinary, unusual strategist.”


    3.”I think that it’s hard to place him on a political spectrum. For example, in terms of law and order he’s very authoritarian, but not in the traditional conservative manner. He’s not religiously inclined. His ideas on immigration and dealing with terrorism is bordering on far right, and yet him and Rand Paul have been the only two candidates of this election that I can recall as having stated that they would approach Vladimir Putin diplomatically, while most other candidates have sought a more aggressive approach in handling a man who has been unchecked and grown into a potential adversary. Economically he has many positions on both sides of the fence. For example, he wants to decrease spending in several areas and taxation on both the citizens and business. However, he also seeks interventionist policies in terms of importing foreign made goods, such as tariffs. He wants to implement term limits on Congress, and cut back on special interest groups appealing to the government. As a candidate, you can clearly see how some of his polarizing stances have alienated many independents, as well as his lack of a filter, something which won him his early success and eventual nomination. He isn’t a politician, and while many are excited due to the current state of politics, many more are afraid of the uncertainty that upsetting the status quo brings.”


    4.”I don’t believe a single politician is good, honest or can be any of those even if he/she wanted to. So, the same goes for your little orange guy. No matter which one you “choose” it’s gonna end up more or less the same.”


    5.”He is much less intelligent than many politicians, is unable to take criticism or feedback, has no issues making up facts, and is ignorant about both history and current events. Definitely not going to be voting for him.”


    6.”Contagious courage to stand up to the bullshit. Stefan Molyneux has more courage. But Trump is definitely out there. Imagine all the bluepills seeing him not faltering at the shit hurling onslaught of the matrix. That’s right you idiots. He ain’t taking your shit.”


    7.”He’s a big orange con man and America should be ashamed his finger is this close to the nuclear button.”

    His candidacy is just a brick through the window of the established political system, a mob shouting “FUCK YOU” to Washington. I can understand the desire for that, but it’s incredibly short-sighted. I think that American politics needs that sort of slap to let the system know how the citizens feel, but people are irrational with the person in question. They’re expressing their hatred of the current state of democracy, and in doing so they’re actively trying to give a person power who might as well be a textbook example of traits to watch for to identify dictators.”

    I’m not saying Clinton is a great choice. But as a member of the international community who can’t vote, I’m honestly scared for the impact that a Trump presidency would have on the world. The few policies he’s put forth have been analyzed and shown to be complete disasters for America, and if we leaned anything about 2008 it’s that an economic downturn in America ripples out to the rest of the world.

    America has been chained to a wall and told that the only way to get out is to cut off their leg, but the Trump voters have decided to show their captors who’s boss by slitting their own throat instead. Not the smartest choice.”


    8.”America needs Trump. Our politicians broke America and we dumbfoundly rely on them to fix what they broke. No thanks. I’ll take a man who is innocent of all the corruption that is coming from Washington D.C. who has a track record of building empires in business to handle America.

    Leadership is something that we seriously lack in America. I don’t see leadership in the Obama’s, I don’t see leadership in the Clinton’s I see leadership with Trump.”


    9.”I think it’s hilarious regarding how many haters vocalize claiming he’s dumb, racist, bad at business, etc. HE’S A FKN BILLIONAIRE. SHUT UP AND LISTEN, EMULATE LEARN.”


    10.”He should stick to business. Whenever I hear him speak all I can think of is the old maxim “Everything looks easy to someone that doesn’t know what they’re doing”. I’m not thrilled with our choices but he has no dignity or honor whatsoever and he is better suited looking after his own mere interests than anyone elses, much less a nation. The other one, while not great, is a bone fide public servant. There is no ‘Well they are both equally bad’ here. He is much, much worse.”


     

    ISFJ


    1.”Trump is who I’ll vote for (even though in my state it wont matter). I believe him to be the lesser of two of evils.”


    2.”He brings out the absolute worst in people; the issue is that his supporters have been here the entire time, and now that Trump has given them the “ok” to speak freely, everyone thinks it’s ok to think and say the horrible things that he has been.”


    3.”Absolutely horrific. Literal human garbage, and the fact that people actually want to vote for him inspires both disgust and sympathy, because it speaks to how pathetically ignorant and deluded people in this country are, but also to how corrupt and damaging the oligarchy we live in has become.”


    4.”He’s stoopid”.


    5.”I’m usually pretty conservative, but that man is…something else.”


    ISTJ


    1.”Trump is everything the last 16-ish years have been building up to. Well the negative parts anyway. He is the narcissism, sensationalist, fear induced amalgamation of everything wrong with America. But to be honest we should have seen this coming. I will say while I don’t agree with his opinions, they are better than his personality. The media has been against him, I will admit, but not as much as he’d say they are.”


    2.”I think he represents radical reform to a lot of people. Without touching on his policies, I think people want to see him tear things down from the inside out. Whether he’ll actually be able to do that is another matter. He’s not an idiot but I think he drank his own Kool Aid a long time ago, and we won’t see him demonstrate any of the habits that made him successful previously.”

    TL;DR: He’s a wild charactature who people are looking to because he represents something new and different.”


    3.”I think he’s a great break from the political system we’re used to. As an actual President? I don’t think he’ll be the best president, but I’d rather have him than Clinton.”


    4.”I voted enthusiastically for him for reasons that I could probably only explain with a comment that would be waaaay too long, and those reasons are generally hated by reddit.”


    5.”He’s an idiot without values.”


    ESTJ


    1.”I believe Trump genuinely wants to better America and knows how to do so on a large scale. HOWEVER, he is extremely spontaneous and needs to tone it down a bit. He needs to spend a bit more time thinking through his decisions and actions before speaking/acting/deciding. I like his confidence, but he is very… rude.”


    2.”Will I vote for him? No. Will I vote for Hillary? No.”


    3.”I support Trump. I like that he doesn’t lie to us. He lets us know what he has problems with and he explains how he wants to fix those problems. He says it in an aggressive way that is easy to misinterpret as racist/hateful. Clinton will tell us that Trump is Islamophobic for saying we need to monitor Muslims coming into the country, but then she claims we will also need to monitor Muslims coming into the country, just in a Non-Islamophobic way. Clinton creates her points based on what will get her votes, Trump creates his points based on what he believes. I can trust Trump.”


    4.”Love him. Especially his attitude.”


    5.”Nope, nope and nope! I am also Canadian though.”


    6.”I strongly dislike him. He is a liar just like any other politician. Nothing about him says otherwise in my opinion.”


    ESFJ


    1.”i’m just hoping he loses and fades into obscurity”.


     

    INFP


    1.”I’m concerned by his narcissism (as others said), as manifested by lack of empathy, difficulty taking criticism, and trouble paying attention if he’s not the center of attention. I can’t really see him poring over policy briefings, listening to his advisors’ arguments, weighing a difficult decision for many days, etc.”


    2.”I think he’s a narcissistic megalomaniac who would blow the world back to the 20th century if he were elected.”


    3.”Would vote for him in a heartbeat vs. Hit-lary.”


    4.”All I can say is… America’s fucked.”


     

    INFJ


    1.”He’s too authoritarian, has too big of an ego that he can’t keep in check, is too much of a drama queen, can’t handle losing, is too ignorant on a lot of topics and perfectly willing to stay that way etc. etc.”


    2.”I think he’s unfit to be a president, but nevertheless I view him as a necessary and inevitable counterbalance. He’s a necessary counter balance to the corruption, he’s a necessary counter balance to the PC culture and he’s a necessary counter balance to globalism being pushed by corporations without the consent of the population. I actually think he’s potentially a good candidate for taking on corruption. He has too big of an ego to take being worked around and nullified sitting down, he will try to leverage the masses, essentially manipulate them to fight his fight for him, and mass manipulation also seems to be something he’s very good at so he has the tools for the job.”


    3.”Pompous, annoying, potentially dangerous, but likely will grow bored and let Pence do stuff. I prefer Trump over Hillary.”


    4.”Coolest guy on the fucking planet. If that man was my friend, I would never go sad. I refrain from commenting politically though :)”.


    5.”My opinion of Trump is that he is not what he seems to be. I think the person that you see presented in debates, on the media, … etc is not the real Trump. The person presented here would be unable to have had even his small amount of success in business . Quite frankly I think he is manipulating his followers by telling them what they want to hear. And by his followers I mean those that are not simply voting for him as the lesser of two evils. What will he actually do if he gets into office ? I’m not entirely sure I haven’t seen enough of the actual person to determine that. However, I don’t trust him as far as I can throw him. Unfortunately I don’t trust his main competition as far as I can throw her either. However, there are better questions than what is your opinion of Trump to ask. Including the more interesting question which is why was his campaign so successful ? The answer to that question is telling in terms of predicting the future of the United States. I will say this much today’s political environment reminds me very much of the political environment surrounding one of the more turbulent periods in US history the civil war when the south attempted to break away from the north. Some of the people I met years ago insisted that if things didn’t change were headed for a civil war again. At the time I though it was unlikely now I am not so sure.”


    6.”I think this is a man in his mid life crisis. He’s rich, well known, has influence anything he could possible want. He still feels empty. All those glory days of his youth are just memories; Nothing fills him up with passion anymore. He starts taking politics seriously. Those thoughts grow stronger until he finally says fuck it and he tries his hand at the presidency. This excites him. He has an audience. Honestly I kinda feel bad for him in a way.”


    ENFP


    1.”I like him. He’s as libertarian as you can get in politics at the moment. Which is why the Democratic Party isn’t to fond of him as a candidate. Just looking at some of the comments in this thread can reveal a lot about people’s perceptions about him, although I think I can debunk most of them. (I’ll just tag the /u/ too so the original posters get to read my comment, not trying to call out anyone).”


    2.”I can’t comment on his politics since the media has been too busy circle jerking on his rhetoric and painting him as the ‘villain’ rather than actual politics. What I like about him is how his anti-political correctness is sparking a lot of debates and will probably serve as a lesson for the next election. Who knows, maybe people will focus on actual politics the next time around.”


    3.”His self-congratulary and egotistical speeches about how great he is is his way of trying to get others to view him in that way. He is effectively masturbating over himself in front of everyone when he does his presidential speeches. I fail to see how this isn’t him looking to be liked. He’s of the mentality that if he says “I am the greatest” repeatedly and with enough confidence then others will believe it. It’s the manipulation of a narcissist.”


    ENFJ


    1.”I don’t want to start a fight, nor do I have any expectation as to what the other responses here shall be. I think he’s the embodiment of every flaw in American society packed into a cheeto.”


     

    ISFP


    1.”Trump is a narcissist. I find it interesting to see the traits manifest. I find abnormal psychology fascinating and he is almost textbook NPD. As for being fit for office..No. I think empathy is a valuable part of being a president and he shows a complete lack of it. His policy stances I find completely opposite to my values. So no. I don’t want him as president.”


    ISTP


    1.”He sucks.”


    2.”He’s entertaining. Him winning the election is a fun possibility.”


    3.”Narcissistic, duh. He’s also a bit of a man-child, has no cool head whatsoever. Not really made to be a politician if you look at him from that angle.”


    4.”He’s a good businessman, and that has shown in the election. His merchandising, use of rhetoric, and his use of social media has REALLY helped him get his message across. I don’t think he is racist as much as he know what sells, and racism is selling like hot cakes right now. However, that doesn’t mean he is a good person. However, I do think that he is sexist, at least more so than the average population.”


    5.”I’m not voting for the guy. The only reason I’m voting for Johnson is because I want the Libertarians to get 5% of the vote and get that 20$M in federal funding so they can break the ice of the two-party duopoly and moderate the Democrats and Republicans, which I think how the two parties have set up an echo chamber to radicalize themselves more and more is the main reason why we are in this election in the first place.”


    4.”love him, he will save western civilization, any questions?”


    5.”He is not worth the protein his body is made of. A worthless, narcissistic, rash, risky, parasitic, molesting, bullying freak. When he dies, I might buy a plane ticket just so I can piss on his grave.”


    ESFP


    1.”Trump is very closed minded. Narcissitic. Racist. People think he’s funny? Hell no. In fact, he seems like the type of person who will start World War 3. Since he hates Muslims like no tomorrow. He is a good example of an unhealthy ESTP. ESTPs are awesome. But this man….is more than unhealthy.”


    ESTP


    1.”I support his policies, he isn’t racist. He is also funny.”


     

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    Aries

    Romantic, compassionate and sensitive. They prefer to hide their more gentle and reserved side with their fiery energy, but in reality, they’ve got a pronounced dreaminess, filled with fantasies, illusions, and vague emotions. They come across as far more aggressive and bold than they actually are. They have a tendency to internalize their sensitivity, which makes them feel isolated and lonely.

    Taurus

    Determined, energetic, and assured. Although at first they seem laid-back and relaxed, once they’ve set their minds to something, they are headstrong, full of verve and passion. They can easily take charge of a situation, but they doubt themselves and doubt their capabilities. Instead, they often use their courage for supporting the underdog, those with no voice. They have a tendency to internalize their anger, which results in short bursts of impulsiveness and agitation.

    Gemini

    Calming, grounded, and sensual. Gemini may at first come across as scatter-brained and disoriented, yet they’re far more stable than they appear. Though subject to volatile mood swings, these are usually temporary. They have the ability to separate themselves from their emotions, making them more rational and level-headed. They have a deep desire for stability, but by internalizing it, they often end up clinging to the past or pursuing materialistic desires they don’t truly want.

    Cancer

    Intelligent, clever, and quick-witted. Though Cancer is often portrayed as extremely emotional, they’re much more logical than they appear. They can be very quick-witted and creative when they’re by themselves, but they have a hard time expressing their ideas to others. Cancer has a tendency of concealing their thoughts and plans to others, but overemphasize their emotions instead. They can reveal too much personal, emotional information about themselves while not telling others what they’re actually thinking.

    Leo

    Sensitive, generous, and loyal. Leo may first come across as open and confident, but they have a great deal of emotional depth which they find difficult to show. They form deep emotional attachments, resulting in integrity and loyalty to those they care for. They’re generous and devoted, but have difficulty expressing their own emotions, despite their sensitivity. As a result, they may become guarded and hypersensitive, and therefore unable to share their empathy with others.

    Virgo

    Willful, self-sufficient, and powerful. A stereotypical. Virgo comes across as quiet and analytical, but in reality, Virgo has a great deal of willpower. Behind the scenes, there’s a strong leadership potential, a potency in personality that is influential and admirable. There’s a great deal of pride in this position, but there’s also inhibition. Despite feeling proud of their achievements, they feel uncomfortable in the spotlight- resulting in feeling torn between basking in the limelight and shying away from it.

    Libra

    Critical, devoted, and thoughtful. Very often, a Libra seems at best, friendly and charming, or at worst, superficial and unreliable. Libra actually is very thoughtful and eloquent, spending a great deal of time on formulating their thoughts and opinions, as spontaneous as they might act. There’s a tendency to notice things here that others wouldn’t- they have a sharp and keen eye for details that are usually missed. However, they tend to keep their thoughts and worries to themselves, increasing anxiety and feeling misunderstood.

    Scorpio

    Romantic, gentle, and idealistic. Surprisingly enough, Scorpio has a kindness and idealism that is hidden underneath a more heavy and secretive exterior. Scorpio has a strong belief in justice and is highly principled, with a strong urge to protect the helpless and the innocent. In a more private sphere, Scorpio is compassionate and sweet to those who’ve shown understanding and care. By internalizing this aspect of themselves, they end up withdrawing and feeling isolated among others. They may secretly idealize their partners as a means of compensation, leaving them vulnerable to emotional disappointment.

    Sagittarius

    Profound, secretive and investigative. Happy-go- lucky Sagittarius has a great deal of depth, compared to what their appearance may suggest. They’re interested in the taboo, the occult, the bizarre, though they don’t tend to project this to others easily. Sagittarius can be very private and reserved, despite acting otherwise, as it’s difficult for them to reveal emotional intensity. Instead, they prefer to push their feelings away or laugh them off. Yet, by hiding such a private part of themselves, they struggle with emotional intimacy.

    Capricorn

    Philosophical, wise, and witty. Capricorn is a naturally cautious sign. They tend to keep their ideals, personal beliefs, and thoughts to themselves. A natural behind-the-scenes planner, it’s a struggle for Capricorn to open up to others and to be spontaneous. However, when they do, they’re humorous and enthusiastic, with warmth and charisma. They use their ideals to fuel their inspiration and hopes for the future. By keeping their thoughts only to themselves, they put too much pressure and stress, worrying about their future and whether they’re doing things right.

    Aquarius

    Grounded, reliable, and realistic. Aquarius is typically shown as eccentric and bizarre, but don’t be fooled. They have a real knowledge of pain in life. They know how it feels to struggle with your own self-worth. They know what it feels like to feel overwhelmed with other’s expectations. By themselves, they have a strong sense of discipline and responsibility. They can have very conservative beliefs, which you wouldn’t expect from how they act. They try to obscure the heavier part of their personality, but by doing so, they worsen their feelings of inadequacy and struggle with realistic limitations.

    Pisces

    Aware, independent, and innovative. Most people view Pisces as dreamy and lost in their own world, yet Pisces has a keen intuition that enables them to read between the lines where others cannot. Though Pisces can be like a sponge, absorbing the information and emotions from others, they’re more detached and less influenced than they seem. They have an independence and a rebelliousness to them that others don’t expect. This sign is more objective, more logical than their starry-eyed appearance may suggest. Through concealing this more reasonable part of themselves, they struggle to appear as they genuinely are, isolating themselves from friends and companions.

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    In cognitive theory, the devilish role is the 8th function in the functional stack and forms part of the shadow processes. The devilish role manifests under stressful conditions and can be quite negative. In using the process that plays this role, we might become destructive of ourselves or others and engage in behavior that will later be regretted. Continue reading

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    10 high paying careers for introverts

    Introverts find themselves in a world dominated by extroverts and extrovert values. Most top paying professions promote the attributes of an entrepreneur; competitive, attention-seeking with a hunger to succeed and get ahead. A willingness to hobnob and play the social song and dance is often necessary. Fortunately for introverts, there are many alternate careers that not only obviate the need for excessively extroverting themselves, but also provide a lucrative source of income as well. Here is a list of some introvert-friendly jobs that pay really well.

    1. Massage Therapist

    massage

    $37,180 AVG. SALARY
    3.9% UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

    Massage therapists treat clients by using touch to relieve tension in body and facilitate healing and pain reduction. They use their hands, fingers, forearms, elbows, and sometimes feet to knead muscles and soft tissues of the body.With their touch, therapists help heal injuries, improve circulation, relieve stress, increase relaxation, and aid in the general wellness of clients. A massage can be as short as 5–10 minutes or could last more than an hour. Massage therapists work in a range of settings, such as spas, physicians’ offices, hotels, and fitness centers. Some therapists will also travel to meet clients’ at their homes or offices.

    Tasks performed by a massage therapist include:

    • Talk with clients about their symptoms, medical history, and desired results
    • Evaluate clients to locate painful or tense areas of the body
    • Manipulate muscles and other soft tissues of the body
    • Provide clients with guidance on stretching, strengthening, overall relaxation, and how to improve their posture
    • Document clients’ conditions and progress

    Facts About Massage Therapy

    • There are more than 300 accredited massage therapy schools and programs in the United States.
    • In July 2015, 19 percent of women and 16 percent of men reported having a massage in the past twelve months.
    • According to the AMTA 2015 consumer survey, an average of 18 percent of adult Americans received at least one massage between July 2014 and July 2015, and an average of 27 percent of adult Americans received a massage in the previous five years.
    • Massage therapists have an average of 671 hours of initial training.
    • The median age of massage therapists is 45 years old. Twenty-one percent were younger than 35 in 2015.
    • Eighty-two percent of massage therapists started practicing massage therapy as a second career.

    Schooling to be a therapist 

    For those wondering how to get a masseuse license, the massage therapist education typically consists of a postsecondary education program of 500 to 1000+ hours of study and experience. Upon graduation, a prospective masseuse must meet the state requirements or that of the municipality (such as obtaining a license or other credential, if you practice in an area where massage therapy is regulated). This will most likely require passing the Massage & Bodywork Licensing Exam (MBLEx). Standards and requirements vary by state or other jurisdictions but most states require massage therapists to have a license or certification.

    Massage therapists may also need to have liability insurance, pass a background check, , and become certified in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Many states require massage therapists to complete additional education credits and to renew their license periodically. Those wishing to practice massage therapy should look into legal requirements for the state and locality in which they intend to practice.

    Therapist School list offering masseuse certification 

    TOP 5 BEST PAYING STATES FOR MASSAGE THERAPISTS

    Alaska – Avg. salary $84,150
    New York – Avg. salary $62,980
    Washington – Avg. salary $53,780
    Vermont – Avg. salary $52,910
    Oregon – Avg. salary $52,630

    2. Medical Equipment Repairer

    machine


    $46,340 AVG. SALARY
    4.4% UNEMPLOYMENT RATE


    Medical repair technicians, also known as biomedical equipment technicians (BMET) install, maintain, and repair patient care equipment. They may work on defibrillators, ventilators, anesthesia machines, and other life-supporting equipment. They also may work on medical imaging equipment such as x ray machines, CAT scanners, and ultrasound equipment, voice-controlled operating tables, and electric wheelchairs. Medical equipment repairers usually work during the day, but are sometimes expected to be on call, including evenings and weekends. Due to the urgent nature of repairing vital medical equipment, the work is sometimes stressful. Those who work in a patient-caring environment are potentially exposed to diseases and other health risks.

    Tasks performed by Medical Equipment Repairers include:

    • Install medical equipment
    • Test and calibrate parts and equipment
    • Repair and replace parts
    • Perform preventive maintenance and service
    • Keep records of maintenance and repairs
    • Review technical manuals and regularly attend training sessions
    • Explain and demonstrate how to operate medical equipment
    • Manage replacement of medical equipment

    Medical instrument technician certification

    To become a certified biomedical equipment technician, applicants need an associate degree in biomedical equipment technology or engineering. A bachelor’s degree may be required for some specializations and is essential for advancement. Repairers must learn how to use and troubleshoot each component of medical equipment, often through technical training provided by medical device manufacturers. With the fast advancement of technology, additional education will be required as new technologies are introduced. The U.S. bureau of Labor Statistics estimates job growth in the medical equipment repair field at 31 percent between 2010 and 2020, much faster than the overall average of 14 percent for all jobs.

    Top medical repair technician schools 

    • Miami Dade College
    • Riverside Community College
    • City College of San Francisco
    • American River College
    • Broward College

    Top-paying States for this occupation:

    Alaska – Avg. salary $65,970
    Hawaii – Avg. salary $58,290
    New York – Avg. salary $57,690
    New Jersey – Avg. salary $57,670
    Minnesota – Avg. salary $57,130

    3. Cartographer

    cartographer


    $60,930 AVG. SALARY
    3.0% UNEMPLOYMENT RATE


    Cartography is the science of drawing maps. Maps are used in newspapers, on your smartphone, and with today’s technology have become more interactive and easy to use. Cartographers or photogrammetrists are surveying and mapping technicians. The discipline is a perfect intersection of design and data analysis. There’s an analytical part of the job, which involves pouring over data to find trends and patterns. And there’s also an artistic part of the job, which involves visualizing that data in a design. Although cartographers and photogrammetrists spend much of their time in offices, certain jobs require extensive travel to locations that are being mapped.

    Tasks performed by cartographers:

    • Collect geographic data
    • Create visual representations of data, such as annual precipitation patterns
    • Examine and compile data from ground surveys, reports, aerial photographs, and satellite images
    • Prepare maps in digital or graphic form for environmental and educational purposes
    • Update and revise existing maps and charts

    Cartography and geographic information science training

    Most cartography hopefuls will get a bachelor’s degree in cartography, geography, civil engineering or another similar field. There are many colleges with cartography degree programs and online cartography courses are often available through master’s degree or certificate programs in geographic information science. While in school, students should develop a familiarity and become comfortable with GIS (geographic information system) technology, but not at the expense of a comprehensive cartography education. Some states and municipalities require cartographers and photogrammetrists to be licensed as surveyors, and some states have specific licenses for photogrammetrists. Employment of cartographers and photogrammetrists is projected to grow 29 percent from 2014 to 2024, significantly faster than the average for all occupations. The increasing use of maps for government planning should fuel employment growth. For this reason, job prospects are likely to be excellent.

    Top cartography schools and colleges

    • Brigham Young University
    • Ohio State University
    • University of Minnesota
    • University of Oklahoma
    • Kennesaw State University
    • South Dakota State University

    TOP 5 BEST PAYING CITIES FOR CARTOGRAPHERS

    Trenton, New Jersey – Avg. salary $91,780
    District of Columbia – Avg. salary $89,920
    Las Vegas – Avg. salary $88,270
    Boston – Avg. salary$81,4 50
    Santa Barbara, California – Avg. salary $80,240

    4. Radiation Therapist

    radiation


    $80,090 AVG. SALARY
    2.1% UNEMPLOYMENT RATE


    Radiation therapists treat patients with diseases such as cancer by administering radiation treatments. Radiation therapists work in hospitals, physician clinics, and outpatient centers. Most radiation therapists work full time. Radiation therapy is preceded with CAT scans, X-rays and Cone beam computed tomography before actual radiation is even administered. These technologies enable them to accurately position cancer patients, so that the radiation is administered precisely. Radiation Therapists are experts on computer technologies, who will appropriate the correct doses of radiation to the radiation machine. They constantly monitor their patients, and they detail their treatment. They work closely with Radiation Oncologists and Dosimetrists, who create the radiation treatment plan, whereas radiation therapists carry out these plans.

    Obtaining a Radiology therapy degree

    Regarding radiation therapist school requirements, most radiation therapists will complete programs that lead to an associate’s degree or a bachelor’s degree in radiation therapy. In most states, radiation therapists must be licensed or certified. Requirements vary by state, but often include passing a national certification exam. Becoming licensed usually involves graduating from an accredited program from radiation therapist accredited schools and becoming certified through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Certification also involves agreeing to and abiding by ethical standards in addition to passing a certification exam.

    Colleges with radiation therapy programs 

    • Virginia Western Community College (VWCC)
    • University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill (UNC)
    • University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC)
    • University of Vermont (UV)
    • Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU)

    Radiography schools in Florida 

    Brevard Community College

    Broward College

    Fortis College in Winter Park

    College of Central Florida

    Daytona State College

    Edison State College

    TOP 5 BEST PAYING CITIES FOR RADIATION THERAPISTS

    Tampa, Florida $114,920

    San Jose, California $114,900

    San Diego $114,720

    New Haven, Connecticut $112,240

    San Francisco $111,890

    5Veterinarian

    vet


    $87,590 AVG. SALARY
    2.1%UNEMPLOYMENT RATE


    A veterinary physician examines, diagnoses and treats animals. They may deal with common household pets in a general practice, or they may specialize in livestock, zoo-based animals or racing animals. Veterinarians can also conduct surgeries, care for wounds, vaccinate against diseases and prescribe medications. In worst case scenarios, vets are also qualified to euthanize sick or dying animals. Other veterinarians promote public health by fighting animal-borne diseases and help cultivate healthier relationships between people and their animal companions.

    Most vets work in a veterinary clinic, but they will interact with people just as much as animals, which is why good communication skills are also important. A typical day can include everything from surgeries (spaying and neutering procedures are some of the most common), prescribing heartworm medication, setting a broken bone, animal checkups, administering innoculations and more.

    Education needed to become a veterinarian 

    What education is required to become a veterinarian? Although a bachelor’s degree isn’t a requirement for getting into a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.) program, most candidates end up having one. Because veterinary medicine is very competitive, it’s important to acquire a solid science education, excellent grades and develop good study habits as an undergraduate student. As of 2014, there were just 30 colleges with accredited D.V.M. programs. These degrees typically take around four years to complete, with the last year reserved for clinical rotations. All states and the District of Columbia require that vets be licensed. Veterinarians can get their license by graduating from an accredited program and passing the North American Veterinary Licensing Examination. States might also require vets to sit for an additional state-required exam. More information about veterinarians can be found at the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) website.

    Best colleges for vets and DVM schools

    • University of California—Davis
    • Cornell University
    • Colorado State University
    • North Carolina State University
    • Ohio State University
    • University of Wisconsin—Madison
    • Texas A&M University—College Station

    TOP 5 BEST PAYING CITIES FOR VETERINARIANS

    Santa Barbara, California – Avg. salary $175,260

    Ann Arbor, Michigan – Avg. salary $164,200

    Honolulu – Avg. salary $153,300

    Palm Coast, Florida – Avg. salary $146,790

    Oxnard, California – Avg. salary $146,000

    6. Astronomer

    astronomer


    $104,100 AVG. SALARY
    1.4% UNEMPLOYMENT RATE


    Physicists and astronomers study the ways in which matter and energy interact. Both theoretical physicists and astronomers may study the nature of time or the origin of the cosmos. Astronomers work in a highly specialized field that explores the nature of celestial objects, the earth’s atmosphere and a number of theories about the development of the universe.  They study celestial phenomena, using a variety of ground-based and space-borne telescopes and scientific instruments and analyze research data to determine its significance, using computers. They also measure radio, infrared, gamma, and x-ray emissions from extraterrestrial sources. Astronomers develop theories based on personal observations or that of other astronomers and they may also work to raise funds for scientific research.  Physicists and astronomers spend much of their time working in offices, but they also conduct research in laboratories and observatories. Most physicists and astronomers work full time.

    Education requirements for astronomers 

    Physicists and astronomers typically need a Ph.D. for jobs in research and academia. It is possible to acquire an online degree in astronomy and astronomer/physicist jobs in the federal government typically require a bachelor’s degree in physics. After receiving a Ph.D. in physics or astronomy, many researchers seeking careers in academia begin in temporary postdoctoral research positions. Those with a master’s degree in physics may qualify for other positions in applied research and development for manufacturing and healthcare companies. Many master’s degree programs specialize in prepping students for physics-related r&d (research-and-development) positions that do not require a Ph.D.

    Many physics and astronomy Ph.D. holders who seek employment as full-time researchers begin their careers in a temporary postdoctoral research position, which typically lasts 2 to 3 years. During their postdoctoral appointment, they work with experienced scientists and continue to learn about their specialties or develop a broader understanding of related areas of research. Senior scientists may carefully supervise their initial work, but as these postdoctoral staffers gain experience, they usually perform more complex tasks and have greater independence in the work they do.

     Universities for astronomy 

    • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
    • Harvard University
    • University of Cambridge
    • Stanford University
    • University of California, Berkeley (UCB)
    • University of Oxford

    Distance Learning astrology degree programs 

    • Northern Arizona University
    • American Public University
    • University of North Dakota
    • University of Florida

    Top paying metropolitan areas for this occupation:

    Washington D.C. – Avg. salary $131,320

    Los Angeles, California – Avg. salary $118,750

    Houston, Texas – Avg. salary $117,590

    Boulder, CO – Avg. salary $115,400

    Tucson, AZ – Avg. salary $91,020

    7. Airline and Commercial Pilot

    pilot


    $117,290 AVG. SALARY
    2.0% UNEMPLOYMENT RATE


    Both airline and commercial pilots fly and navigate airplanes, helicopters, and other aircraft. Airline pilots fly for airlines that transport people and cargo on fixed schedules. Commercial pilots fly aircraft for other purposes, such as charter flights, rescue operations, firefighting, aerial photography, and aerial application, also known as crop dusting. They may spend a substantial portion of their time away from home because of delays and overnight layovers. Many pilots have schedules that vary.

    Most airline pilots begin their careers as commercial pilots. Commercial pilots typically need a high school diploma or equivalent. Airline pilots typically need a bachelor’s degree. All pilots who are paid to fly must have at least a commercial pilot’s license from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). In addition, airline pilots must have Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certification. Pilots may need to achieve an instrument rating and other ratings.

    Pilot tasks and responsibilities include:

    • Check the overall condition of the aircraft before and after every flight
    • Ensure that the aircraft is balanced and below its weight limit
    • Ensure that the fuel supply is adequate and that weather conditions are acceptable, and submit flight plans to air traffic control
    • Communicate with air traffic control over the aircraft’s radio system
    • Operate and control aircraft along planned routes and during takeoffs and landings
    • Monitor engines, fuel consumption, and other aircraft systems during flight
    • Respond to changing conditions, such as weather events and emergencies (for example, an engine failure)
    • Navigate the aircraft by using cockpit instruments and visual references

    How to become commercial airline pilot 

    The requirements to be a commercial airline pilot include a bachelor’s degree in any subject, along with a commercial pilot’s license and an ATP certificate from the FAA. Airline pilots typically start their careers in flying as commercial pilots. Pilots typically accrue thousands of hours of flight experience to get a job with regional or major airlines.

    The military has customarily been an important source of experienced pilots because of the extensive training it provides. However, increased duty requirements have reduced the incentives for these pilots to transfer out of military aviation and into civilian aviation. Most military pilots who transfer to civilian aviation are able to transfer directly into the airlines rather than working in commercial aviation.

    Required certifications for pilots include:

    • Student Pilot Certificate
    • Private Pilot License
    • Instrument Rating
    • Commercial Pilot License
    • Multi-Engine Rating
    • Airline Transport Pilot Certificate

    Top aviation schools and Accredited flight schools 

    • Utah State University
    • Kansas State University
    • University of North Dakota
    • Louisiana Tech University
    • Eastern Kentucky University
    • Metropolitan State College of Denver

    Top paying States for this occupation:

    Connecticut – Avg. salary $116,960

    Delaware – Avg. salary $103,020

    Illinois – Avg. salary $102,760

    California – Avg. salary $100,230

    Pennsylvania – Avg. salary $100,150

    8. Water Resource Specialist

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    $136,570 AVG. SALARY
    1.2% UNEMPLOYMENT RATE


    A water resource specialist or hydrologist job description would be an expert in the field of hydrology and water resource technologies. They work to study specific issues related to the management of water in the community. While drinking water is the conspicuous area of concentration, things like water runoff, water tables, and even local freshwater conservation may be included in the realm of responsibility of a water resource specialist.

    Water Resource Specialists are responsible for directing programs to protect water resources and the public’s health. They are employed primarily at the county level in state health departments. Water Resource Specialists may focus on regulating drinking water supplies or responding to water supply emergencies. Common assignments include developing and implementing water quality monitoring plans, providing technical assistance, and providing hydrologic expertise to other county departments. They conduct public water supply inspections to determine compliance with the Public Health Law and the State Sanitary Codes. Water Resource Specialists often work closely with State Health staff to solve drinking water problems.

    Hydrologist education requirements 

    Minimum qualifications required for the water resource specialist include a bachelor’s degree in engineering, geology, and a degree in hydrology or other related field. At least 40 semester credit hours in hydrology, geoscience, chemistry, engineering or water resource courses are required. In addition, two years of related post baccalaureate experience as an engineer, hydrologist, or geologist is required. Usually, employers will also require completion of at least two to five years of work experience in the field in order to better refine and develop skills. Some employers may actually require a master’s degree, though a bachelor’s is usually enough to gain entry into the profession.

    Schools with hydrology graduate programs 

    • University of Southern California
    • Southern New Hampshire University
    • South University, Online Programs

    Top Paying states for Hydrologists

    New York – Avg. salary $67,000

    Massachusetts – Avg. salary $65,000

    DC – Avg. salary $66,000

    Connecticut – Avg. salary $63,000

    Georgia – Avg. salary $63,000

    9. Psychiatrist

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    $181,880 AVG. SALARY
    1.8%UNEMPLOYMENT RATE 


    Psychiatrists diagnose, treat and work to prevent disorders relating to the mind and mental health. They are also trained to evaluate the full spectrum of a patient’s health, make a diagnosis and devise a treatment plan. Patients may suffer from mental health conditions, such as, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and depression, and receive a form of treatment known as psychotherapy. Psychiatrists can also prescribe various drugs or even recommend hospitalizations.

    Psychiatrists examine and evaluate patients using both medical and psychological tests. They analyze test results, assess medical histories and interview patients to determine a diagnosis using the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). After completing their residency, Psychiatrists can choose to train for another year or two in a subspecialty. These include addiction, forensic psychiatry, geriatric psychiatry, clinical neurophysiology, pain management and psychosomatic medicine.

    On the whole, psychiatric physicians suffer from burnout more than other professions in the U.S. and according to a national survey printed in the Archives of Internal Medicine in 2015, 38 percent of psychiatrists experienced burnout. Psychiatrists need to take care of themselves before they can take care of their patients.

    How to get a psychiatry degree 

    The educational requirements for psychiatrist professions entail a minimum of 12 years of schooling. Prospective psychiatrists will have to work their way through an undergraduate program, take the Medical College Admission Test and complete four years of medical school. After medical school, psychiatrists must complete a residency program, in which they work directly with patients under the supervision of licensed psychiatrists. To become licensed, these professionals must take the multi-step U.S. Medical Licensing Exam and also receive board certification through the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Even with a psychology masters degree, there are many government jobs to qualify for such as:

    • Vocational rehabilitation provider
    • Drug and alcohol specialist
    • Parole officers
    • Psychology program manager
    • Self-reliance specialist
    • Child protection worker
    • Behavioral counselor

    Best colleges to become a psychiatrist 

    Here is a list of online schools with Psychiatry programs.

    • Kaplan University
    • American Intercontinental University
    • University of Phoenix
    • Capella University
    • Grand Canyon University

     TOP 5 BEST PAYING CITIES FOR PSYCHIATRISTS

    Birmingham, Alabama Avg. salary $265,770.

    Vallejo, California Avg. salary $255,290

    Indianapolis Avg. salary $245,760

    Lexington, Kentucky $245,380

    Fargo, North Dakota $249,310

    10. Anesthesiologist

    anesthesia


    $246,320 AVG. SALARY
    0.4%UNEMPLOYMENT RATE


    Anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetist assistants are the physicians responsible for administering general or regional anesthesia, which allows surgeons and other physicians to complete invasive procedures with little to no discomfort to the patient. Anesthesiologists also closely monitor a patient’s vital signs and critical life functions before, during and after a surgery – making rapid decisions on limited data when required. To say that the profession is stressful is an understatement.

    The type and level of anesthesia administered by these physicians depends on the surgical process. While some patients needing general anesthesia, others may only need a regional anesthesia that numbs a certain part of the body. Anesthesiologists can also help patients outside of surgery; for example, they might work with patients who suffer from chronic pain or pain caused by cancer.

    Schooling for a nurse anesthetist

    For those interested in how to become a nurse anesthesiologist, becoming an anesthetist nurse is like most specialized physician professions. Schooling for a nurse anesthetist requires attending medical school after completing a pre-med undergraduate course of study. After obtaining an undergraduate degree, prospective anesthesiologists will need to take the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). Upon their medical school graduation, they will then have to pass the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) to undergo a one-year internship followed by a three-year residency in anesthesiology. Following the residency, you have the option to engage in a fellowship, where you can acquire more in-depth skills and knowledge in the field of anesthesia.

    List of crna schools and schools with anesthesiologist degree programs 

    • Kaplan University
    • Southern New Hampshire University
    • Independence University
    • Keiser University
    • Rasmussen College
    • Capella University

    TOP 5 BEST PAYING CITIES FOR ANESTHESIOLOGISTS

    Detroit Avg. salary $269,890

    Worcester, Massachusetts Avg. salary $266,320

    Richmond, Virginia Avg. salary $263,600

    Dallas Avg. salary $260,000

    Los Angeles Avg. salary $258,530

     

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