To start this all off, if you haven't taken the Myers-Briggs types test, you should take it right here, right now. OK, now that we're all on the same page here, HOW FREAKY ACCURATE IS IT? We can all agree that's a bit too many words to read during your mid-day procrastination sesh.
So I did you a solid and summarized all the juicy bits here for you.
Long distance relationships are common for us, as we see distance as no match for our bountiful love.
Our biggest downfall is our tendency to focus on the potential rather than the present.
On the one hand, it is a blessing as it helps to keep conflict to a minimum.
On the other hand, it is a curse, as it makes you out to be needy.
With the people you do deem worthy of your sweet, sweet loving for the long term, your confidence, creativity and nonstop energy make you a fantastic lover both outside the bedroom and inside of it.
You crave a certain open-mindedness and creativity in your partners.
Your constant need to check in with your partner to see how things are going is both a blessing and a curse.
But what we often don’t realize is that beneath our lighthearted flirtations and seemingly open facade, we harbor a great amount of depth and a firm belief in the concept of love.
We are loyal partners who devote our hearts to our partners wholly.
You take relationships extremely seriously and are loyal to your partner.
However, problems often arise in your relationship when you focus so heavily on logic that you forget your partner’s emotional needs.