Luckily, taking ideas for dating based on Myers-Briggs type can help narrow the scope and bring you closer to the romantic shakeup you're looking for.The Myers-Briggs test divides personalities into sixteen types, based on a set of four opposites: extroversion and introversion, sensing and intuition, thinking and feeling, and judging and perceiving.
"They are charming and easy-going, attracting many potential dates to their agreeable and adventurous nature."Looking to match your ISFP partner's energy?
"Surprise [them] with a weekend getaway to an undisclosed secret location," the Spencers suggest.
These types, delineated by the mother-daughter pair of Katharine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers, explore how people go about in the world, including in dating.
"Just as people tend to rely on one hand more than the other, they tend to prefer and rely on one opposite in each pair more than the other," Poppy and Geoff Spencer, M.
If that's too much, Tcharkhoutian says just building a pillow fort at home with them can make their ISFP heart soar (they are an adventurous ESFJs (Extroverted, Sensing, Feeling, Judging) are super-social and motivated by high energy and excitement.