Consequently, their romantic relationships often take on the teacher-pupil or parent-child pattern. In fact, any relationship comprised of a J-type and P-type seems to carry this potential. Other time, one or both parties to the relationship need their space, or have other concerns, and the relationship is less open. Thinking and Feeling A thinker and a feeler can make for an interesting dynamic. Which seems to be the problem you're having and it's the same problem we've been dealing with. We cover each other really well. One important thing to keep in mind is that the two communicate very differently.
Good side is that given both sides have different perspectives, they can help each other gain knowledge and perspectives. However, being the most introverted extravert, is more assertive and needs some time alone. Needless to say, such differences may result in a lot of arguments between the two. I wouldn't know if he's right or not but his theory sounds quite interesting all in all. He's pretty hard headed and flawed in certain regards but who's perfect? Often, they are willing to put their needs before the needs of others.
Sometimes a fun evening at home — just you and your companion — can be enough to allow your significant other time to recharge their batteries in preparation for your next social outing. This type of extravert is often well-loved wherever they go and is very dedicated to finding the right life-long companion. He has tremendous ambition and he's always planning on how to achieve his goals. The problem with their approach comes from the lack of independent thought. This may be portrayed as saying or doing something in public or around strangers that most people would consider inappropriate. Both are sensitive, warm and affectionate. Likewise, they are also sensitive to criticisms which can sometimes affect them severely.
I remember about a month in, I sat him down and said that this wasn't going to work because we were too different. The theory posits that these cycles occur throughout the life of the relationship as the persons try to balance their needs for privacy and open relationship. At first blush, we might be tempted to ascribe this to their perfectionism and, to some extent, this may be warranted. I wasn't even able to tell my parents I loved them until I was older even now, I still tend to mumble it when i'm saying it in person. Both value good communication, loyalty and self-expression. He provided a much needed emotional framework for me to work through the very chaotic emotions I was experiencing, and I provided an objective and rational view of his situation and reminded him when he was letting it get out of hand. It's not that the feelings aren't there, it's just that I we? At times the relationships is very open and sharing.
Both ways we end up really compatible even if disagree in 80% of things! They relish having problems to solve and people to help. They typically avoid conflict, even at this stage, and so will encourage lots of deep conversations about how the relationship is going to ensure that both parties are on the same page. They can provide a soft hand that can rule the world. With that in mind, the likelihood of them ending up together and getting married is very high. Chances are, you're just going to push him away. He was able to appreciate her as a unique individual instead of seeing her as a potential mirror image that just needed a bit of work. They are excellent communicators of their own thoughts and feelings and can also sense the needs of their partner, which makes for a very open and honest relationship.
They are absolutely willing to do what it takes to make the relationship work, and even smallest relationship troubles may leave them devastated. He has nothing to compromise with. She liked the challenge of trying to gradually, patiently make him more ethical, and she had greater success at healing his misanthropic attitudes than I had because he respected her more for her assertiveness. It is also assumed that both partners are equally capable of delivering and receiving reproach. They have a welcoming nature that makes them very approachable and trustworthy.
He asked me to just give him a chance. If, on the other hand, you pick up on signs that your mate is obviously concerned, distraught, or unhappy, then use your gift of gab to gently coax your significant other into opening up to you. If you start crying a little while you're explaining it to him, that's just because you're emotionally invested in the relationship and feel strongly about it. In this video I hope you can learn a bit through example and anecdote. Interested in diving deeper in discovering how to maximize your strengths and minimizing your weaknesses, using cognitive functions as a tool? If they avoid entering what David Keirsey called the Pygmalion Project - the desire to mold the other person into a version of themselves - then based entirely on type compatibility they can have a lot going for them. The thinker can help sort through logical issues, but may be seen as harsh to a feeler.
Problems may arise due to their different priorities. Just a weird cautious thing, as if I think that if they knew then they could use it against me. Moreover, they inclined to appreciate their partners and to perform actions that pleases them. The source of their initial attraction is often their many and significant differences. A simple reminder once in a while that your significant other is free to come to you with anything should be sufficient. She wasn't intelligent enough for him, even though she was enthusiastic about trying to study things with him. This is something they need to work on for a long term, lasting relationship.