A Guide to the MBTI Chart Compatibility

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In this article, you’ll learn about the MBTI Chart Compatibility and the 16 personality types that are best suited for each other. You can take a free AI-powered personality test that’ll give you fast and accurate results about your personality type. 

Finding Your Best Personality Match 

Relationships are important to our mental, emotional, and physical well-being, but it can be a challenge to find the right person with whom we can build a long-lasting, satisfying partnership. 

Some people believe that to make a relationship work, two people need to have similar personalities while others believe that opposites attract. 

You may know a couple that are like two peas in a pod or a couple that are different as chalk and cheese. 

While debates continue about how relationship compatibility works and how personality affects relationships, we now know more than ever before. The most helpful personality compatibility studies were conducted by Isabel Briggs Myers and Katharine Briggs in the 1940s. They believed that personality plays an important role in what brings and keeps people together.


MBTI Personality Theory 

To help people find their best personality match, Briggs developed the 16-personality types inventory which is based on Carl Jung’s personality theory. Jung proposed that the differences in human personalities can be understood by four dichotomies: introversion/extraversion, sensing/intuition, thinking/feeling, and judging/perceiving.  

These dichotomies explain how each personality type uses its preferences to get energy, receive information, make decisions, and interact with the world.  

Combining these letters for the four dichotomies makes up a four-letter code or acronym for each preference of each of the 16 personality types, for example, ESTJ.  


The Four Dichotomies 

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Introversion (I) 

Introverts draw energy from their inner world. They’re usually quiet and reserved. While they like to spend time with a small group of close friends, they need to spend time on their own.


Extraversion (E)

Extroverts draw energy from the external world. They’re outgoing, expressive, and gregarious and like to socialize with lots of people.


Sensing (S)  

Sensors use their seeing, hearing, and touching senses to receive information from their surroundings. They prefer to focus on the present rather than the future. 


Intuition (N) 

Intuitives rely on their intuition and instinct to receive information by interpreting and adding meaning. They prefer to focus on the future rather than the present. 


Thinking (T) 

When making decisions, Thinkers take a logical, analytical, and rational approach.


Feeling (F)

Feelers rely more on their feelings and look at people and circumstances before deciding on a course of action. 


Judging (J)  

When interacting with the outside world, Judgers prefer to have things planned and organized.  


Perceiving (P) 

Perceivers are flexible and they prefer to remain open to new information and options. 


Find Your Best MBTI Compatible Match 

While finding your soulmate is not as simple as looking at an MBTI chart compatibility and personality profiles, research suggests that when a couple has preferences in common, they are better equipped to build a long-term relationship.  

Studies by Myers and Briggs found that when a couple has the Sensing/Intuition in common, they view the world in a very similar way, and have a deeper understanding of each other.  

While it’s important to have similar preferences and traits in common, personality differences can add a bit of spice to a relationship and help a couple with their personal growth. The best relationships are those where couples learn from each other and compensate for each other’s differences/weaknesses. 

The MBTI 16 personalities that are listed below show the personality types that are best suited for each other. Underneath each of the personality matches is a chart that shows their compatibility positives and compatibility challenges.  

When you look at each of the 16 personality types that are listed below, you’ll notice that they are compatible with more than one personality type. You’ll also be surprised to note that even though introverts and extroverts have different energies and socializing preferences, introverts and extroverts complement each other very well.  


MBTI Chart Compatibility 

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The sensors 

ISTJs are compatible with ESTPs and ESFPs 

ISTJs and ESTPs 

ISTJs and ESTPs have very good compatibility as they both use their sensing and thinking preferences, which means they’re similar in how they view the world and make decisions. They’re logical, rational, practical, and level-headed people. 

While they prefer straightforward communication, ISTJs, and ESTPs can repress their emotions, but when they do connect with their feelings, they’re thoughtful and considerate of each other. ISTJs are reserved in social gatherings, so the socially savvy ESTP will do most of the talking and draw the ISTJ out of their shell.  

ISTJs are consistent, reliable, and organized and they don’t like any surprises. ESTPs are flexible and adaptable to changing circumstances, but they can get bored easily and are unpredictable. ESTPs need to reign in their impulses to make their partner happy. In return, an ISTJ will bring stability to the relationship, but they need to go with the flow sometimes. 

Compatibility Positives 

Compatibility Challenges 

Both use the sensing and thinking preferences, so they similarly view the world. 

ISTJs prefer to plan while ESTPs are impulsive. 

Prefer straightforward communication.

Both have trouble talking about emotions. 

Logical, rational, practical, and level-headed. 

ISTJs are consistent and reliable but ESTPs are easily bored and unpredictable. 

An ISTJ brings order and stability and an ESTP brings some frivolity. 

ISTJs don’t like surprises. ESTPs are adaptable and like to take risks. 

ISTJs and ESFPs 

ISTJs and ESFPs differ in how they make decisions and communicate, but they share the sensing function, so they similarly view the world. They’re practical, down-to-earth, and enjoy talking about everyday experiences.  

ISTJs place value on logic so they may appear cold and indifferent while ESFPs are warm and expressive. These issues can be resolved when ISTJs show respect for an ESFP’s feelings and an ESFP understands that ISTJs need space to process their thoughts before sharing their feelings. 

ISTJs like an orderly life while ESFPs love to mix things up a little. ESFPs can encourage an ISTJ to step out of their comfort zone now and then and the ISTJ can bring order and stability. ISTJs aren’t over talkative but the ESFPs know how to create a stimulating conversation. 

Compatibility Positives 

Compatibility Challenges 

Both use the sensing preference, so they similarly view the world. 

ISTJs are logical and rational and can be emotionally insensitive.  ESFJs use their feelings to make decisions and can be indecisive.  

Both are practical and down-to-earth. 

ESFPs can be overly emotional. 

Like to talk about everyday experiences. 

ISTJs can repress their feelings and need time to process their thoughts. 

ESFPs encourage ISTJs to talk more in social settings. 

ESFPs are social butterflies but ISTJs are more reserved and contemplative. 


ISTJs like order and predictability. ESFPs are adaptable and spontaneous. 


ISTPs are compatible with ESFPs, ESTJs 

ISTPs and ESFPs 

ISTPs and ESFPs are a very compatible match as they have the sensing/perceiving preferences in common, so they’re observant, detail-orientated, and love spontaneity. They’re honest, supportive, and loyal which is extremely important for any relationship. 

ISTPs don’t find it easy to express their feelings. An ESFP is emotionally sensitive so they can create a nurturing environment where an ISFP will feel comfortable talking about their emotions. There can be some tension as ESFPs and ISFPs have different energies. ISTPs are reserved and need their quiet time but ESFPs are energetic and gregarious so they need to be considerate of an ISTP’s needs. 

ISTPs take a logical approach to decision-making while ESFPs are concerned about how their decisions will affect people and they dislike conflict. ESFPs are optimistic while ISTPs can be pessimistic. These issues can be resolved when an ISTP listens to their heart now and then, an ESFP learns to guard their heart, and they take time to actively listen to each other.  

Compatibility Positives 

Compatibility Challenges 

Use the sensing and perceiving preferences so they have a deep understanding of each other. 

ISTPs focus on logic. ESFPs focus on feelings. 

Make decisions based on facts, details, and concrete data. 

ESFPs can wear their heart on their sleeve and take a long time to make a decision. ISTPs aren’t very good at expressing emotion. 

Value honesty and loyalty. 

ISTPs are reserved and ESFPs are energetic. 

Are practical and rational. 

ISTPs need time alone. ESFPs need to socialize often. 

ISTPs and ESTJs 

ISTPs and ESTJs have great compatibility as they both share the sensing and thinking function so they’ll be in sync with each other. 

They make decisions based on objective data rather than subjective emotions, and they value honesty and loyalty which is essential for a healthy relationship. 

ISTPs avoid planning, for them, spontaneity is the spice of life. ESTJs need to have an ordered, well-planned life. ESTJs focus on the future and ISTPs focus on the present. ISTPs can help ESTJs to adapt to new situations and ESTJs can help ISTP stay focused on their goals. 

While there’ll be some frustration and sparks may fly, ISTPs and ESTJs can enjoy a nice balanced relationship. Their goals will be accomplished, and they’ll enjoy some frivolity along the way. The ISTPs will take care of the little details and the ESTJ will plan for the future. When things go wrong, the ISTP will help an ESTJ to stay calm. 

Compatibility Positives 

Compatibility Challenges 

Use the sensing and thinking functions so they have a very strong connection. 

ISTPs are happy to go with the flow. ESTJs need order and stability. 

Make decisions based on logic, facts, details, and concrete data. 

ISTPs focus on the future. ESTJs focus on the present. 

Value honesty and loyalty. 

ISTPs are impulsive and ESTJs like to be organized.  

Practical and resourceful. 

Both personalities don’t express emotions well. 



ISTPs are calm and relaxed. ESTJs can get stressed easily. 


ISFJs are compatible with ESTPs, ESFPs 


ISFJs and ESTPs are compatible as they share the sensing preference, so they are on the same wavelength. They’re practical, down-to-earth, like to uphold established traditions, and share everyday experiences.  

ISFJs prefer a well-ordered life and ESTPs are adaptable and crave new experiences. Once they get together, they’ll appreciate their differences. An ESTP will suggest fun and exciting things to do and the ISFJ will plan it all.  

While ISFJs are led by their feelings, they don’t express their feelings much. They tend to listen more and speak less, so they need someone who is a skilled communicator like the ESTP.   

However, ESTPs prefer to discuss issues straightaway while an ISFJ needs time to process the information first so ESTPs need to respect an ISFJ’s need for alone time. An ESTP can help an ISFJ to think more rationally and not rely on their feelings all the time. ISFJs can learn to be more flexible and ESTPs can learn to be more dependable. 

Compatibility Positives Compatibility Challenges 
Use the sensing function and like to discuss everyday experiences. ESTPs are adaptable and crave new experiences. ISFJs need predictability and stability. 
Like upholding traditions and sharing everyday experiences. ESTPs are unpredictable and ISFJs like to be organized. 
Make decisions based on facts, details, and concrete data. ISFJs don’t express emotions very well. 
Value honesty and loyalty. ESTPs like to discuss issues immediately. ISFJs need time to process the information first.  
Like to deal with things pragmatically. ISFJs rely on their feelings while the ESTP uses logic. 


ISFJs and ESFPs 

ISFJs and ESFPs are an excellent compatible pair as they share the sensing and feeling functions, so they’re in tune with each other. They’re observant, practical, caring, and thoughtful people who appreciate their partner’s uniqueness. 

As “Feelers” ISFJs and ESFPs find it quite easy to talk about their emotions. However, communication can be a challenge at times as ESFPs prefer a more direct approach and ISFJs need space to collect their thoughts.  

ESFPs are adaptable and spontaneous, and avoid planning in case of synchronicity. ISFJs prefer predictability and they dislike change. They believe planning is the key to a happy life.  

ISFJs are very teachable people, and they can learn from their ESFP partners to focus on the positive aspects of change. When ESFPs work according to an ISFJ’s well-thought-out plan, they’ll discover they can achieve their goals faster.  

Compatibility Positives Compatibility Challenges 
Both share the sensing and feeling preferences, so they have a strong connection. ISFJs and ESFPs can get caught up in the details and forget to think about the big picture.  
Are observant, caring, and thoughtful. ISFJs need time and space to think. ESFPs prefer instant communication.  
Share similar values and interests. ISFJs are reserved. ESFPs are gregarious. 
Understand each other on a deeper level. Avoid issues that can cause conflict. 
Can talk about feelings with each easily. ISFJs make decisions based on feelings and can struggle to think objectively. 
 ISFJs are natural planners. ESFPs like to improvise. 


ISFPs are compatible with ESTJs and ESFJs 


ISFPs and ESTJs make a good compatible match as they share the sensing function, so they similarly view the world. They’re practical, down-to-earth, and straightforward in their communication. 

However, ISFPs are reserved and quieter, while ESTJs are outgoing and energetic. ISFPs tend to be creative and quirky and ESTJs are organized and consistent. ISFPs have good emotional intelligence so they can help an ESTJ get in touch with their feelings. ESTJs can encourage ISFPs not to be too reliant on their feelings and to think rationally. 

ISFPs get stressed by rigid rules and routines and ESTJs are stressed by disorganization and change. ISFPs need to try to be more respectful of ESTJs and their need for plans. ESTJs should be more open to the possibilities of the unexpected.

ESTJs should respect ISFP’s need for personal space and ISFPs need to step outside their comfort zone more often in a social setting. Besides, an ISFP will not have to expend much energy socially as ESTJs will do most of the talking.  

Compatibility Positives Compatibility Challenges 
Share the sensing preference so they similarly view the world. ISFPs use their feelings to make decisions and ESTJs use logic. 
Focus on the present and are sensitive to each other. Can lack vision for the future. 
Both are observant, practical, and down to earth. ISFPs can be melancholy and ESTJs are optimistic. 
Straightforward communicators. ISFPs have good emotional intelligence. ESTJs avoid talking about their feelings. 
Value self-improvement. ISFPs don’t like to plan and can be impulsive. ESTJs like to have things organized and are pedantic. 
 ESTJs are outgoing and talkative and ISFPs are quiet and reserved. 


ISFPs and ESFJs have great compatibility as they share the sensing and feeling preferences, so they similarly view the world and are naturally expressive, and affectionate. They believe it’s important to recognize their partner’s needs and try to fulfill them.  

But there still can be trouble in paradise. ESFJs dislike change and untidiness, and ISFPs thrive on unpredictability, and they can be messy.  

So, how do ISFPs and ESFJs work out their personality differences? ISFPs and ESFJs believe in the importance of maintaining harmonious relationships that are based on mutual respect and teamwork. 

Perceivers are easy-going, so they’re quite happy for a Judger to organize things because it means they don’t have to. ESFJs can learn the value of being adaptable from their ISFP partner as it helps them feel less anxious. ESFJs can keep ISFPs content by allowing them some frivolity that they crave. ISFPs should try to keep things tidy so that ESFJs don’t get stressed out.  

Compatibility Positives Compatibility Challenges 
Share the sensing and feeling preferences so they’re well connected. ESFJs are planners. ISFPs are easygoing. 
Both tend to live in the present. Can lack vision for the future. 
Have a deep connection. ESFJs are reserved. ISTPs are gregarious. 
Value harmonious relationships. Avoid conflict. 
Are warm and kind. Tend to ignore serious issues. 
Are naturally expressive. ISFP can be impulsive and unpredictable. ESFJs can be uncompromising and rigid. 
Sensitive to each other’s needs. ESFJs are tidy. ISFPs are messy. 


The Intuitives  

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INFPs are compatible with ENTJs and ENFJs 

INFPs and ENTJs 

Despite being intuitives, INFPs and ENTJs are very different people, but they do share important similarities that can lead to a powerful partnership. INFPs and ENTJs are idealistic and passionate about making the world a better place. They enjoy stimulating discussions, are good communicators, and are committed to their values and beliefs.  

However, they’re like chalk and cheese when it comes to their other traits. INFPs are quiet, creative, gentle, compassionate, diplomatic, and easy-going. ENTJs are dynamic, analytical, driven, determined, and blunt.  

INFPs are full of innovative ideas but can struggle to bring their plans to fruition. They tend to procrastinate as they worry about how their plans will affect others. ENTJs are logical and super confident, and they don’t let anything, or anyone stand in the way of their goals. 

INFPs need time to process their thoughts but ENTJs have a more aggressive communication style, so they need to be sensitive to an INFP’s emotional needs. INFPs need to accommodate ENTJs when they want to talk and socialize. ENTJs need to be more assertive and less aggressive when dealing with an INTFP’s lack of focus. 

Compatibility Positives Compatibility Challenges 
Share the intuition preference and similarly view the world.  INFPs are feelings orientated. ENTJs are logic orientated. 
Both are idealistic. INFPs are disorganized and ENTJs are organized. 
Good at reading people. INFPs are quiet and difficult to know. ENTJs are gregarious and dynamic. 
Enjoy stimulating discussions. INFPs are gentle and diplomatic. ENTJs can be aggressive and blunt. 
Great communicators. INFPs need time to process their thoughts and emotions. ENFJs are more assertive and straightforward.  
Committed to their values and beliefs. INFPs are procrastinators and they can be stubborn. 


INFPs and ENFJs 

INFPs and ENFJs are extremely compatible as they share the intuition and feeling preferences so they’ll have a strong bond and lots of chemistry. They’re idealistic, authentic, passionate about their values, and have excellent communication skills, so they’ll chat about everything. 

Both INFPs and ENFJs are warm-hearted, thoughtful, caring people who are willing to consider different points of view. Despite these similarities, they express their emotions differently. INFPs tend to be passive, contemplative and can be reluctant to share their deepest feelings. ENFJs are more vocal and comfortable expressing their feelings.  

INFPs and ENFJs may also experience compatibility challenges as they don’t share the perceiving and judging preferences. INFPs are spontaneous and adaptable. ENFJs are orderly and disciplined.  

ENFJs and INFPs are dedicated self-improvers who want to bring out the best in each other, so they’ll not let any challenges destroy their relationship.  

Compatibility Positives Compatibility Challenges 
Share the intuition and feeling preference and similarly view the world. INFPs are introspective. ENFJs are socially orientated. 
Both are idealistic. INFPs are spontaneous and adaptable. ENFJs are orderly and disciplined. 
Enjoy stimulating discussions. INFPs are contemplative. ENFJs are more vocal.  
Warm and caring. INFPs are gentle and diplomatic. ENFJs can be pushy and manipulative.  
Excellent communication skills. INFPs need time to process their thoughts and emotions. ENFJs are more expressive and straightforward.  
Value loyalty, authenticity, and hard work. INFPs can be impulsive. ENFJs can be rigid. 


INTPs are compatible with ENTJs and ENFJs 

INTPs and ENTJs 

INTPs and ENTJs are highly compatible as they share the intuition/ thinking preference, so they understand each other and enjoy intellectual discussions. They view the world in an objective, logical way, and focus on the future, but they’re creative and resourceful as well. What an unusual couple they are! 

Because they’re “thinkers” and not “feelers”, INTPs and ENTJs may struggle to express their feelings, so they should avoid using emotionally laden expressions. They also need to be more mindful of the present as well as seeing the big picture. 

INTPs like to remain open to new opportunities and don’t use a schedule. ENTJs want things decided and follow a plan to keep their life well organized. INTPs can trust ENTJs to implement an effective plan of action to complete tasks, solve problems and achieve their goals.  

ENTJs should respect INTPs’ need for spontaneity and adventure. INTPs can show ENTJs that to fully enjoy life, change needs to be embraced now and then. INTPs need to be more consistent in their habits so they don’t annoy their partner. 

Compatibility Positives Compatibility Challenges 
Share their intuition and thinking preferences so they similarly view the world. INTPs can struggle to express their feelings. 
Focus on the future and the big picture. Tend to ignore everyday details. 
Are objective and logical. INTPs are adaptable and spontaneous. ENTJs like to be organized and don’t like change.
Enjoy intellectual discussions.INTPs struggle to follow strict rules. ENTJs get stressed by unpredictability. 
Creative and resourceful  

INTPs and ENFJs 

An intuitives, INTPs and ENFJs share a deep connection. They enjoy stimulating discussions on a wide range of ideas, like to dream about the future and are loyal and resourceful. While they will have a lot to talk about, they’re very different in the way they socialize, make decisions, and interact with the outside world. 

INTPs prefer to be alone or socialize with a small group of close friends. ENFJs are gregarious, empathetic, and they connect well with people.  

ENFJs like to bring out the best in their partner, so they’re quite happy to help INTPs make new friends and be more confident in public. INTPs tend to hide their feelings but ENFJs are emotionally intelligent and can help their INTP partner to get in touch with their softer side.  

ENFJs need to give INTPs time to process their feelings and INTPs should communicate directly with ENFJs. INTPs can encourage ENFJs to think about things rationally. 

To avoid conflict over daily routines, INTPs should try to avoid being unpredictable. ENFJs need to stop obsessing over their excessive planning and let their INTP partner have some freedom to be themselves. 

Compatibility Positives Compatibility Challenges 
Both share the intuition preference, so they have a deep understanding of each other. Can neglect to focus on the present. 
Enjoy stimulating conversations.  Not very practically minded. 
Are future-focused.Tend to ignore details of everyday life. 
Love to spend time together and enjoy similar activities. INTPs need time alone and ENFJs like to socialize a lot. 
Are loyal and resourceful. INTPs tend to repress their feelings. 
 INTPs aren’t natural planners and can be unpredictable, and ENFJs are too rigid and don’t like spontaneity. 

INTJs are compatible with ENTPs and ENFPs 


INTJs and ENTPs are highly compatible because they both use the intuition preference and they are both logical, rational, and intellectual.  

But they’re very different in how they use their energy and interact with people. While INTJs are great communicators, they tend to live in their heads a lot and they avoid talking about serious issues or feelings. 

The energetic and charismatic ENTP thrives on social interaction. ENTPs are reserved and introspective. ENTPs are clever conversationalists who can draw their INTJ partners out of their shells, but they must give them some alone time. INTJs need to step out of their comfort zone occasionally and make new friends. They can do this easily as the ENTP will do most of the talking anyway. 

INTJs are insightful future forecasters, but they can be pessimistic about the future, so they need to have good plans to follow. ENTPs are optimistic and their passion for life is so contagious, they will inspire their INTJ partner to be positive and go with the flow. An ENTP needs to stick to an INTJ’s plan more often so that the INTJ doesn’t get stressed. Planning is extremely important for this couple as they don’t focus a lot on the present.  

Compatibility Positives Compatibility Challenges 
Share the intuition and thinking preferences so they have a good understanding of each other. Tend to ignore the little details of life.  
Logical and rational. ENTPs are social people. INTPs like their alone time. 
Enjoy intellectual discussions. INTPs are quiet and reserved. ENTPs are energetic and charismatic. 
Both are communicators. ENTPs are bold, adaptable, and positive. INFPs are cautious and pessimistic and like to plan. 
Don’t worry too much about hurt feelings. Avoid talking about serious issues and expressing their feelings. 


INTJs have good compatibility with ENFPs as they share the same intuition, so they view the world in a similar way and have a deep understanding of each other. They’re curious about the world and like to learn new things.  

They’re very different when it comes to their energy levels, communication, and how they approach their daily lives. INTJs are reserved and need some alone time. ENFPs are gregarious and crave a lot of social interaction.  

As Thinkers, INTJs are logical, analytical, and no-nonsense people, so they can be blunt and confrontational when they’re communicating. As Feelers, ENFPs are sensitive to an emotionally charged situation, so they’ll usually avoid saying anything to upset their partner when things are hot. 

ENFPs and INTJs like to talk about future possibilities but they tend to avoid everyday issues that might create conflict further down the track. INTJs take time to process their thoughts while ENFPs express their thoughts well. INTJs need order and stability while ENFPs are adaptable and prefer variety. 

Harmony is restored when INTJs and ENFPs compromise and appreciate their differences which they’ll do as they are both intelligent people. INTJs need to open up more and ENFPs need to give INTJs their personal space. INTJs need to be less rigid and ENFPs more rational and reliable.  

Compatibility Positives Compatibility Challenges 
Share the intuition preference and similarly view the world. INTJs are logical. ENFPs rely on their feelings. 
Have a deep understanding of each other.  ENFPs can be too emotionally sensitive.  INTJs can be too serious. 
Curious about the world. INTJs are reserved and need alone time. ENFPs are energetic, gregarious, and socially orientated. 
Like to learn new things. Avoid talking about everyday issues. 
Value authentic relationships. ENFPs need to discuss things straight away. INTJs need time to process their thoughts. 
 INTJs like order, stability, and predictability. ENFPs are adaptable and like variety, and they can be messy. 


INFJs are compatible with ENFJs and ENTJs 

The INFJ personality is one of the rarest MBTI personalities and they can be difficult to get to know as they tend to keep to themselves. Despite their inscrutability, INFJs are warm-hearted, generous, empathetic, and organized. They have high compatibility with ENFJs and ENTJs.  


INFJs and ENFJs are Intuitives, Feelers, and Judgers, so they share the same worldview, focus on the big picture, and they like to be organized. They’re empathetic, kind, and compassionate, and having a close meaningful relationship with their partner is important. 

Both INFJs and ENFJs tend to rely on their feeling for decision-making, so critical thinking can be a problem. They differ in the way they expend energy and socialize too. INFJs are quiet and introspective while ENFJs are outgoing and socially orientated. ENFJs are quick to express their feelings and INFJs need time before sharing.  

These two personalities dislike conflict, so when they disagree, they avoid dealing with serious issues. INFJs can be withdrawn, stubborn, and angry, and ENFJs can be overbearing and manipulative. 

Life will be rosy for ENFJs and INFJs when they consider each other’s social needs and respect the different ways they express emotion. ENFJs should give INFJs their personal space and INFJs should communicate directly with ENFJs. Both personality types avoid change so they need to focus on the positive aspects of change instead of sticking to the same old boring routines. 

Compatibility Positives Compatibility Challenges 
Share the intuition preference and have the same worldview. Rely on feelings to make decisions.  
Focus on the big picture and share ideas. Can ignore the details of everyday life. 
Place importance on creating a deep and meaningful relationship. Dislike conflict and talking about serious issues. 
Are empathetic and kind and express feeling well.  Dislike conflict. 
Like to plan and be organized. Not very adaptable to change. 
Express feelings well. INFJs are reserved. ENFJs are gregarious. 
 ENFJs can be overbearing and manipulative. INFJs withdraw and become stubborn and angry. 


INFJs and ENTJs 

INFJs and ENTJs have great compatibility as they share the intuition and judging preferences, so they have a deep understanding of each other. They focus on the future, enjoy stimulating conversations on a wide range of topics, appreciate culture, enjoy learning, and are organized.  

However, they differ in how they interact with people, communicate, and resolve conflict. INFJs are quiet and reserved. ENTJs are energetic and talkative. 

ENTJs are logical, ambitious, and extremely assertive. They can be intimating when they’re expressing their opinions and intolerant of others when they make decisions. INFJ’s decisions are subjective to people’s feelings, and they don’t like conflict. While they’re in tune with their feelings, they don’t easily reveal them.  

Despite their differences, ENTJs and INFJs have the potential to build long-term relationships.  

INFJs are happy to let an ENTJ do all the talking but an ENTJ must be careful not to shut an INFJ out of the conversation. INFJs should communicate directly with their ENTJ partner and the ENTJ should give the INFJ time to gather their thoughts. INFJs are sensitive to criticism so their ENTJ partner should affirm and encourage them more often.  

Compatibility Positives Compatibility Challenges 
Share the intuition and judging preferences.  INFJs are quiet and reserved. ENTJs are energetic and socially minded. 
Have a deep understanding of each other. ENTJs are logical. INFJs are feelings-based. 
Focus on the future. Tend to ignore the details of everyday life. 
Enjoy stimulating conversations on a wide range of topics and appreciate culture. INFJs don’t reveal their feelings easily. 
Enjoy learning new things. INFJs avoid conflict resolutions and get hurt easily. 
Are well organized. ENTJs can be intimating and intolerant. 



Discovering which MBTI personality match is best for you is not a 100% guarantee that you’ll find your soulmate, but it will help you to choose a person who’s better suited to you. Once you find your personality match, you’ll be able to build a stronger relationship that will stand the test of time and enjoy a fulfilling life with your partner. 

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