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He was a Southern gentleman just missing the bow tie, and I was his girly companion in pink, white, and red. I'm an ENFJ, and he, as an ISTJ, thought pretty differently than me.
When I heard the letters, I started imagining our points of tension—but then I stopped myself.
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"I'm an ISTJ," he told me, and that's the moment I decided it could be doomed.
It was only my fourth date with the guy, but until then, he'd seemed perfect: an intelligent 23-year-old with blond hair, visible maturity, and the derring-do to wear a pink button-up. , categorizes people into 16 different, four-letter personality types, where each letter represents a preference between two modes of thinking—extroverted (E) versus introverted (I); sensing (S) versus intuitive (N); thinking (T) versus feeling (F); and judging (J) versus perceiving (P).
Though I always felt there was something impenetrable about him—he admitted people had trouble connecting with him and seemed closed—he told me he liked me.
"I can't wait to get to know you more," he said, the words seeming so genuine.
Extraverts are known to make an active effort to be better listeners in the beginning of a relationship, so that they can learn more about their partner, taking special care not to overly stress the Introvert into divulging anything that they may not want to disclose.