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Just wondering what your personality type is Winston (and others feel free to post)?
Mine is ISTJ, and also my lovely bride to be.
Do you think it is easier to be with somebody that has the same personality?
I'm also an ISFJ personality, somewhat similar to yours.
I think it can be easier to be someone who has the same personality because you two have common priorities and goals also difficult. I say difficult because you might deal with their flaws.
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I am halfway between INFJ and ENFJ. The characteristics of those types are pretty accurate about me. My type is rare, according to the book.
The book I read said opposites attract when they complement each other, so a person is ideally suited for his/her opposite personality type.
I have never been with a girl with my same personality, so I don't know. I've dated a few and fell in love with a few, but they didn't feel the same way about me. Only girls that are different from me tend to be attracted to me.
Usually a girl who sees something in you that she is missing in herself, complements you well, and is naturally attracted to your personality. So opposites can attract, if the differences are complementary and do not conflict too much.
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