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    Default Which MBTI personality type is the best for an INTJ male to marry?

    I'm an INTJ an introvert and if you Google best personality type a lot of people will say INTJ is best. I don't feel this way, I wish I was extroverted as that would mean I'm socially confident and a people person. However some people say Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are introverts so IDK.

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    Anyone gonna chime in

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    INFP or mature ENFP.
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    OK maybe it's different for female INTJ's compared to male INTJ's. I have a friend who is a pick up artist. He picks up any girl he wants and goes for things. He is an extrovert. I wish I could do this but I don't have the skills. So maybe female INTJ's are better than male INTJ's. And for males it's better to be an extrovert. You can't convince me otherwise.

    Also I read online, extroverts are happier in relationships and in their careers more so than introverts.

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    The moderately introverted would fit well with ENFPs. The extreme introverts would do better with INFPs and IFJs.
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    I'm going to be real here and say don't look for a particular MBTI type. Just someone who you find interesting, not just hot. And don't overthink the situation, god knows I've done that enough. It really can be as simple as walking up and saying hello. After you meet someone you really enjoy spending time with, then try to figure out her type. That will help with the inevitable communication issues we INTJ's are so fond of running face first into. Unless you are truly an expert at typing people on the fly, your going to spend all of your social time trying to type someone, and no time actually talking to them. Just a perspective from a (I'm guessing) slightly older INTJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madboot View Post
    I'm going to be real here and say don't look for a particular MBTI type. Just someone who you find interesting, not just hot. And don't overthink the situation, god knows I've done that enough. It really can be as simple as walking up and saying hello. After you meet someone you really enjoy spending time with, then try to figure out her type. That will help with the inevitable communication issues we INTJ's are so fond of running face first into. Unless you are truly an expert at typing people on the fly, your going to spend all of your social time trying to type someone, and no time actually talking to them. Just a perspective from a (I'm guessing) slightly older INTJ.
    I will second this, as a (probably) even older INTJ. You may find eventually that you tend to hit it off more with certain types than others, but that observation should be descriptive rather than prescriptive. My relationships have been almost exclusively with other introverts (with an INTP for > 15 years now), but that may be as much coincidence as choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by klimaxoxox View Post
    Extrovert males especially pick up artists are way more happier than introvert males in general.

    Here are some articles that show extroverts are happier than introverts
    What is happiness? I suspect definitions and experiences vary, often significantly, much as what each of us finds fun is different. I wouldn't be surprised if there are notable differences along the E/I axis.
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