The INTJ and ENTJ couple:
There is great understanding between these two competency focused individuals. The more out-going ENTJ will try to assume the leadership role, however the independent INTJ will quietly resist.
The INTJ and INTJ couple:
The similar competency focused approach to life may see this couple become quite self-sufficient within their own partnership. They are independent and sceptical of others’ ideas and established ways of doing things.
The INTJ and INTP couple:
There will be great understanding between these two, they are both socially cautious and value competency. The INTJ is independent, whereas the INTP loves to challenge people to think.
The INTJ and INFJ couple:
The INFJ is deeply reflective, creative and quietly caring. The INTJ is sceptical, independent with a high need for competency. Each will appreciate what the other can contribute to their experience, although there may be conflict over the importance of principle over harmony between these two.
The INTJ and ENTP couple:
The enthusiastic ENTP who enthusiastically embraces and then later abandons new ideas will sometimes baffle the competency-based INTJ. Love for new ideas is common to both types. The ENTP does not mind a bit of brinksmanship in relationships and often argues both sides of any point just for fun, while the INTJ is likely to find this quality annoying.
The INTJ and ESFP relationship:
INTJs are independent and theoretically minded, whereas ESFPs are performers who enjoy being the life of the party with little appreciation or understanding of the 'big picture' .
The INFJ and ISFP couple:
The INTJ is independent and theoretically minded, whereas the ISFP enjoys more practical and spontaneous activities.
The INFJ and ESTP couple:
The INTJ is independent and theoretically minded, whereas the ESTP is practically minded and enjoys playing an active role in team activities.