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    IRL is not real Cimarron's Avatar
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    Keirsey recommends this one. Do you think he's on to something? Would you dare to try an SP-SJ relationship? How tough or easy would it be in the long term?
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    HEY CIMMY!!!! SOOOOOOOO found yourself a cute SP! Good stuff... I know of an ESTJ and ESTP that work quite well together... although they do argue a little bit about responsibility etc it's mainly surface stuff and at their core they seem to get on very well and have many shared values GO FOR IT!!
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    You can find romance in any type. Type actually doesn't mean a thing in regards to finding that special someone.

    But as far as types go, sure. The SP/SJ would be a perfect balance, IMO, and you would have an equalization of Sensing. It would be a little more difficult to have a relationship between an N and an S because they communicate differently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild horses View Post
    HEY CIMMY!!!! SOOOOOOOO found yourself a cute SP! Good stuff... I know of an ESTJ and ESTP that work quite well together... although they do argue a little bit about responsibility etc it's mainly surface stuff and at their core they seem to get on very well and have many shared values GO FOR IT!!
    Yes. ESTP + ESTJ = easy communication. Sometimes lots and lots of laughter, and other times peaceful silence. These two understand each other, no doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild horses View Post
    HEY CIMMY!!!! SOOOOOOOO found yourself a cute SP! Good stuff... I know of an ESTJ and ESTP that work quite well together... although they do argue a little bit about responsibility etc it's mainly surface stuff and at their core they seem to get on very well and have many shared values GO FOR IT!!
    No no, this is all hypothetical, really. I see the books talking about it, and I know sometimes SPs and SJs have difficulty getting along, so I'm looking for other people's thoughts and experiences.

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    You can find romance in any type. Type actually doesn't mean a thing in regards to finding that special someone.
    Well, I agree. That is the caution we'll use here.
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    Sharing the S is heavenly it makes things so much easier. But I think it's even better if you're both balanced J/P. If you're a strong J then you run the risk of crouching on the Ps open-mindedness. And if you're a strong P then you run the risk of crouching on the Js need for decisiveness. That's not to say that a strong J and a strong P can't work but I think that they'd both have to be bit more willing to compromise or meet in the middle to satisfy each others needs.

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    My ISFJ is the best damn thing that ever happened to me, aside from that time that I got to meet Captain Kangaroo.

    Man I miss that guy.

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    SP and SJ is great. Keirsey got the positives and the problems right too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    Sharing the S is heavenly it makes things so much easier.
    Yesss! Sister Giggly speaks the truth on this!

    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    But I think it's even better if you're both balanced J/P. If you're a strong J then you run the risk of crouching on the Ps open-mindedness. And if you're a strong P then you run the risk of crouching on the Js need for decisiveness. That's not to say that a strong J and a strong P can't work but I think that they'd both have to be bit more willing to compromise or meet in the middle to satisfy each others needs.
    In the case of ESTP + ESTJ, the P/J difference is much less of an issue than the BENEFIT of having "S" in common. As long as both parties like and repsect each other, then the P/J thing will work out, and is often the fuel of much humor.

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    I think SPs might sometimes have a problem with "SJs" but one SJ is usually just right!
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