[ESTP] ESTP Female & ISTJ Male - Romantically could it work?

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This is a discussion on ESTP Female & ISTJ Male - Romantically could it work? within the ESTP Forum - The Doers forums, part of the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators category; That's as to the point as I can be. Thoughts?...

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    ESTP Female & ISTJ Male - Romantically could it work?

    That's as to the point as I can be. Thoughts?



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    MBTI has little to do with how well a relationship will work out.
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    I could romantically work with a teapot, personality type has nothing to do with if a relationship will work. Only how it will it, or be carried out.
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    It depends on what you mean by "work". One set of my grandparents were both Ts, and they were always arguing about who was right and the "facts". They were completely out of tune with the feelings of a group, the harmony, and would fight in front of everyone including the president. I was like five years old and realized that they had a "loveless" marriage, but it lasted 60+ years until they both passed away.

    What you can count on with an ISTJ is loyalty, being dependable, and having your back. They are going to stick with their crew through thick and thin. Some types just don't seem to possess the monogamy gene. An INFP told me once that she just gets no pleasure from being with anyone outside of her chosen mate. Well, ISTJ men are not like that. When confronted with not being faithful, their go to line is YOU are crazy. Two ISTJ friends of mine were both huge players got married and stopped. The ISTJs then can be disciplined if need be though.

    The other part with ISTJs that I like so much is that they are a ton of fun. Because of their inspector like nature, they can find any flaw in others and tear people apart in an incredibly funny way.

    I think relationships should be 1 + 1 = 3, so the real issue is what do you need to get to that 3. If your issues are being organized, on time, and having someone who can fix your car or stuff around the house, then an ISTJ can be a great partner. If you have issues with identifying your feelings, get tunnel vision depression, or are seeking a creative partner, then the ISTJ is not for you. If you are with an ISTJ male, you are going to have to accept his way of doing things, and he is going to have no problem telling you what they are.

    Every ISTJ has thought my way of doing things was weird. While they took the disciplined approach of studying every night, I would cram the night before the test. However, they learned that a lot of my unconventional approaches were better and easier than what they were doing. That is the key with the ISTJs unlike a lot of other types. Do they respect the ESTPs often unorthodox approach?
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