Intp esfj dating
This equality is in stark contrast to the SP-NT and NT-SP pairing.
It appears that Artisans are delighted with Rationals, but Rationals are ambivalent about Artisans and Sensors in general.
Keirsey (1998) notes that the NTPs do not expend much effort to seek out a partner; it would just require too much time and effort for too little a chance of return.
For this reason some NTPs may simply settle down with the first person who appreciates them, without trying for anything better.
They were happy together, but according to Isabel's own type theory they weren't predicted to be perfect for each other.
ENFJs are known for their ability to bring out the hidden gifts and talents in those around them; another naming system calls them the "Givers" because they invest so much time in others.
Keirsey believed that the ENFJs would be intrigued by the chance to bring out the gifts and talents of their INTP mate, and that Idealists in general would form a "cheering section" for them.
As for the SPs, Artisans with Rational spouses tended to have a 73% satisfaction rate, while Rationals with Artisan spouses tended to have only a 54% satisfaction rate. In fact, all the other temperaments rated the Rationals higher than the Rationals rated them (see below).
Tieger and Barron-Tieger suggested that NTs may rate their partners lower than average since they tend to be the most critical temperament and set particularly high standards.