How to Attract Each Myers Briggs (MBTI) Type

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There are times when you just can’t help but be completely enamored with someone. If you know their Myers Briggs type, we might just be able to help you woo that special someone. 😉

INFJ

Be a complete mystery that is in desperate need of solving. Be a contradiction and continuously throw them off, they will feel compelled to figure out just what is going on with you. Speak in metaphors and bring up interesting and in depth topics. Be kind but somewhat wounded, so that they feel the need to shelter you.

ENFJ

Act like you are troubled and prone to bad decision making, yet show them glimpses of your deep and tortured soul. They will be eager to figure you out and cure you of your scars. Act like you are independent, but secretly want someone to take care of you.

INFP

Initiate but don’t be overly aggressive so that you push them away. It is in some ways like diffusing a bomb, or catching something illusive and rare. You must show them parts of yourself that are deep and intense, but almost act as if you have secrets that you only plan to share with someone very special.

ENFP

Act slightly interested, but also uninterested. Make them see just how desired you are by others, but as if you are completely unattainable. Go back and forth from treating them like a friend to treating them like a dating prospect. The challenge will excite them and make them want to fight for you. Show them that you are unique and willing to accept their odds side.

INTJ

Show them that you are capable of keeping up with them intellectually (for the most part). Keep up on interesting topics and provide them with valuable conversation. Be honest with them and prove that you are someone who can be trusted. INTJs admire independence, so being self-reliant will draw them to you. Showing passion for things in your life is important, and an ability to live up to their exceptionally high standards.

ENTJ

Be willing to withstand their sometimes overwhelming personality. Prove to them that you are a loyal and capable person, who is extremely mature. Show them your proven history of dependability. Emotional stability is something ENTJs are drawn to, so crying like a baby constantly probably isn’t the best idea.

INTP

Initiating is a must. INTPs are not usually the most forward types, so you have to take some of the initiative or else nothing will ever happen. Being too forward will make them distrust you, so you must play the appropriate tug of war. If you are willing to express your interest, but also give them space, you are good to go. Be someone who they can bounce their ideas off of, and don’t ever shut them down. Be capable of expressing your opinion, and prove that you are interesting. They may be challenging to figure out, so you have to be willing to make the first move.

ENTP

Somehow show them that you are desirable and illusive. Be popular and likable to others, but also be unique. Be challenging and constantly keep things fresh, or else the ENTP will become bored. Don’t make it too easy for them, constantly prove yourself to be a challenge. Be prepared for constant debating, and don’t get emotional if they push all of your buttons.

ISTJ

Express a desire to learn and share your passions with them. Be willing to be on time and respect when they set up dates for you. Showing that you are slightly scattered will definitely give them a strong desire to help you get your life together, but too much will turn them off. Be in tune with emotions and be willing to be more forward, so that they do not have to.

ESTJ

Appear completely helpless and in need of their guidance and direction. Stroke their egos just the right amount, and then make yourself seem disinterested. They enjoy a challenge, and want someone who is desirable to others.

ISFJ

Act like an outgoing and enthusiastic person, with a very big heart. Express that you NEED them to help get your life together, and that they are the only person who could truly do the job correctly. Be warm and affectionate and forward with your attraction for them.

ESFJ

Be somewhat illusive and enigmatic. Show that you are capable of being popular and well-received by your peers. Express a warm and deeply caring side, hidden beneath your thick shell. Make sure that you are independent but also in deep need of someone to care for you properly. Open up to them and make sure they realize that you don’t open up easily. They will be enthused at the chance to be your caretaker and confidant.

ISTP

Be impressive but in a somewhat modest way. Be forward enough so that they don’t have to, but give them plenty of space as well. Show that you have a life and hobbies of your own, so that they won’t feel like you will be constantly clingy. Have a natural sexual energy that just draws them in.

ESTP

Show that you are constantly willing to take risks and enjoy experiencing new things. Play the appropriate games with them to keep them intrigued and on edge. If they feel like you are too easy to get they will quickly lose interest. Constantly be just out of reach, while at the same time stroke their ego.

ISFP

Be thrilling and unique, with a somewhat complex side to you. Find out what they are passionate about and take an active interest in those things. Express your interest in them, but then step back and allow them the chance to come after you.

ESFP

Be popular and well dressed. Constantly appear put together and like you have everything all figured out. Be willing to take charge and show them how capable and strong you are. Don’t try to take away their attention, an ESFP hates being ignored.

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