Have you ever wondered why some relationships get off to a flying start but donâ€™t last?
Or why you are just not attracted to someone no matter how suitable they seem?
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.
Your personality profile highlights your personal strengths and values.The answers lie in understanding the deepest levels of compatibility, and understanding your own unique relationship personality. And at e Harmony, our success is based on helping you understand yourself and assessing what you need from a match to ensure you have the best possible chance of finding love and making a long-term relationship work at the deepest levels of compatibility.Understanding yourself is the key to understanding the mysteries of relationships, and to unlocking your own potential for finding a compatible partner with whom to build a loving long-term relationship.These are the things that form the basis of our personality, for which we yearn to be appreciated and loved.It is our unique combination of experiences and personality that forms the key dimensions of compatibility and determines the success of our future relationships.Was it fair of me then to blame it partly on his Myers-Briggs type? ) , I determined some types better complemented mine.The INFP was specifically called out as a strong match.Overbo suggests using type "as a way to really engage them further. Instead, my mind got ahead of me, and I convinced myself we weren't compatible.Say, 'Great, let's talk a little bit more about that. As an ISTJ, he was logical and detail driven; as an ENFJ, I was feeling and big picture-oriented.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.