Hello folks! So I posted once on 'how to make an ISFP fall in love with me' and well, not only were there not a lot of replies -- that whole venture did NOT WORK OUT. (P.S. when an ISFP tells you 'he's through', he means it! Hahaha...)
And now I am on to the ever respected and sometimes misunderstood SJ's!
So 'Guardians' of the MBTI -- please let the opinions and thoughts roll on this one --What do you look for in a significant other? How to decide when to step it up from casual dating to something else? Are you always scanning for 'the one' or a long term relationship, or do you just play them as they come and enter into casual relationships just as easily as say, an NF? Do you take the lead or do you wait for the other person to indicate they want to make the relationship more serious? If the other person is very forward talks pretty candidly about your 'relationship' is that a turn-off? Are you commitment/family/long-term focused or can you do 'fun and games' and casual dating pretty well?
And this is all assuming that you both are attracted to each other and like each other of course.
Even if you two had great chemistry, are there any deal-breakers?
Yes, lots of questions but all pointing to the basic question: What is your criteria for determing if someone is 'longterm' material and how do you get there?
Thanks in advance! Aside from personal gain I'm very curious to hear all the responses!