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Love Defined By Each Myers Briggs Type

mbti love defined

INTJ: Love is being comfortable with someone and being secure in the knowledge that your lives are planned in a similar direction.

INTP: Love should be perfect, and nothing less. I won’t settle. I want someone to truly show me they love me.

ENTJ: Love is letting two lives spontaneously collide and letting life happen as you navigate your way through your relationship and your individual lives.

ENTP: Love is the feeling of knowing you’re truly accepted and fully understood.

INFJ: I will fall in love when I can find someone who is equal to me in both passion and intellect.

INFP: I can only be open with the people I love, if I can express myself openly with someone, I know I love them. I only ask to be understood and accepted in return.

ENFJ: I want someone who will admire me and tell me they think I’m great and I can grab their butt if they say it’s okay so that’s really cool.

ENFP: It’s rare that I fall in love, but when I am in love with someone I give them my entire world. I feel what they feel. I would do anything to make them feel special.

ISTJ: Love is the best way to feel secure in your old age and to create a secure family unit someday.

ISFJ: If someone loves me, they will be interested in the people in my life, and will want to know about every aspect of me.

ESTJ: If someone loves me enough, they will pay attention to me as much as I want, and they will prioritize my needs.

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ESFJ: I can’t give anyone enough trust to love them unless they perform a romantic gesture for me so that everyone knows they’re dedicated to me.

ISTP: Love can happen spontaneously, but it takes a lot of work and dedication to make it stay sweet. If I fall in love, I will stay in love even if it turns sour.

ISFP: Love is like a work of art, it is constantly changing, growing, creating itself between two people, like a living organism. Love is dangerous but it’s not worth living without.

ESTP: I just want someone who can keep up with my lifestyle with the same amount of energy as me 🙂

ESFP: I require a lot of space to live as an individual in order to not feel smothered in a relationship.

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Jetta Moon

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2 thoughts on “Love Defined By Each Myers Briggs Type

  1. INFP: I can only be open with the people I love, if I can express myself openly with someone, I know I love them. I only ask to be UNDERSTOOD and accepted in return.

    Practically I agree, but instead of understood, I’d say validated, in my opinion. Being understood is very important, but if someone finds it hard to understand, it’s not the end of the world, if we feel our choice is completly validated and accepted by that person, even if he/she finds it unusual.

  2. I think the INFP definition has it backwards.

    I can only be open with people who accept or understand me. When I can express myself openly with someone, I know they love me. I promise infinite loving acceptance in return.

    Many of these definitions seem to define comfort rather than love, but of course one begets the other.

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