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Indeed, NF-NT and NT-NF satisfaction rates fell within 1 percentage point of each other--a very equal evaluation indeed.
And if we accept the fact that Rationals tend to be overcritical and depress their perceived satisfaction, it may be that Rationals actually like Idealists even more.
The author, an INTP herself, was stunned to realize that the only two people she had ever considered as potential matrimonial material (one being a fictional character) were both probable ENFJs.
Perhaps this is merely a coincidence, but it seems worth further investigation.
ENFJs tend to view their Rational mates as their rock or a pillar of strength, a calm refuge from their sometimes stressful world of emotions. Keirsey suggested that INTPs would be intrigued by the endless mystery presented by the (totally alien, yet extremely attractive) soul of their NF mate--an unsolvable problem to beguil them all their life.
INTPs appreciate the warmth and caring that NFs bring to a relationship.
This would tend to depress Rational scores more than would be reflected in reality.
Seen from a reverse perspective, here is how Rationals are viewed by the other temperaments: Now, it is a mistake to generalize by temperament--it’s frequent that types will go counter-temperament, and temperament is not the definitive factor in explaining type-based behavior most of the time (CITE)--but since we don’t have anything better to go on...
Unfortunately, it may result in you getting married As you might guess from that particular fact, INTPs can have problems after the honeymoon. found that partners of INTP males had the lowest marital satisfaction of all types.
Compared to other types, the Rationals don’t seem to have much to lose if they make a random choice. The best we can say at this point is that one study found that male INTPs were more likely than most to marry female INTPs (Marioles, Strickert, & Hammer, 1996). In , Keirsey further suggested that STJs and STPs would not be able to "appreciate or encourage the unique traits of the Engineer [NTP]" as a mate.
The Idealists, by contrast, would be able to appreciate and admire the NTP Engineer's ingenuity.
Isabel Myers (INFP) married a man named Chief, an ISTJ and a good man.
They were happy together, but according to Isabel's own type theory they weren't predicted to be perfect for each other.