They are like yin and yang, their polar energies are somehow linked in a complementary way thanks to their shared preference for intuition although they are of different attitudes. Putting any two J-types together can seem a lot like opposing the positive poles of two magnets. Trusts the present, then lets it go. We connected instantaneously when we met. Trusts his or her internal framework, which may be difficult to explain to others.
We have our own professions and different religions. This quick deep connection has not happened to me since I was single about 30 years ago. Don't even look at mine, I keeel you! I really didn't expect to be an extrovert but at the same time I figured it would be close to the middle because I tend to put on a mask of extroverted-ness when I am in public. However, they can also be good to balance each other out, allowing the extravert to feel more comfortable introspecting, and the introvert has someone to encourage them to socialize and try new things more often. We engage in deep, meaningful conversations as a couple on a regular basis.
Feeling and Feeling Two feeling types can make for a very warm and inviting relationship. Also, the spontaneity thing is right on. They want to have adventures and express themselves authentically. Introverts recharge their batteries by letting themselves recover in solitude or with a small group of very close friends. What you need is some positivity. Furthermore, you can study and learn in the comfort of your own home, on the go, and on your own time. Age could have something to do with it.
These two thrive on metaphors, abstractions, and the creative. So I started college aiming for a business degree to own my own daycare in the future. Maybe what they tell me is fake. However, they have great insight about people, emotions and motivations; they are often able to put this talent to use in resolving things. This may present a point of contention for which there is no reconciliation unless they can agree to disagree. They may feel that their partner is uncaring or thoughtless or a bad listener.
Enter a Breathtaking Inner World The first coloring book with an introvert theme is here. A common assumption among males is that all females have similar perspectives on romance. Both types spend a good deal of their spare time reading. It's like tasting 50 year old scotch if you're into scotch Then being told they only made 1 bottle you'll have to wait another 50 years. I even wish that I was never myself so things could have worked out better with him.
When we met, we immediately felt comfortable together, and I felt understood for the first time in my life. They are not content with settling down into a quaint but meaningless existence. While both of these processes are good, and both are technically in the thinking realm, they both tend to clash with each other a little bit. Together they search for grand patterns, themes, and the overall meaning of every situation they encounter. Extroverts are exciting and stimulating to be around.
Of course, this sentiment is true. You've got to work on your confidence. And the Thinking vs Feeling aspect is horrible. Just worried that this might be unmature behaviour. This suggests that these two are low maintenance lovers who need little more than to simply be together, share experiences and build beautiful memories. He is so friendly that whenever we see each other, so many people go up to talk to him, and he doesn't walk up to me to start a conversation with me. I also miss seeing him everyday ever since I moved to Houston.
Take away the cake, however, and the icing is meaningless. This may be one reason that J-J pairings seem relatively uncommon. Both types are considered to be good listeners and they share a joint preference for quiet environments and moderate human interaction. Considering their status as the rarest of all personality types, this comes as little surprise. When I remind myself the women I ve met in my life. I think the most glaringly obvious advantage to having a relationship with an introvert is that they understand our need for solitude.