ESTJs are often described as logical, take-charge kind of people. They are committed to tradition, standards, and laws. They have strong beliefs and possess sensible judgement, and expect that other people uphold these same principles as well. The MBTI suggests that each personality type is made up of a number of cognitive functions sensing, thinking, feeling, and intuition that are either directed toward the outside world extraverted or inward introverted. The tertiary and inferior functions are less prominent, but can still have an influence on how people behave and interact with the world.
INFJ: The Advocate (Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging)
Romantic Relationships | Defender (ISFJ) Personality | 16Personalities
Dating Virtuoso personalities is a tango, complex and interesting, with alternating coldness and detachment, and passion, spontaneity and enjoyment of the moment. Nothing can be forced in Virtuoso relationships, but so long as they are given the space they need to be themselves, they will gladly enjoy the comforts of a steady partner for a lifetime. Early in dating, people with the Virtuoso personality type can be especially flighty — they live in the present, always looking for new activities and experiences. Virtuosos also need a great deal of personal space, both physically and mentally, and any attempts to control them or forcibly schedule their activities only accelerates their departure. Virtuoso personalities are hardly strict or traditional when it comes to dating, and often try to introduce sex into their activities early on.
The ENFJ personality type is probably one of the most romantic of all the sixteen types more on that here. ENFJs are fond of the idea of love, and when they fall in love with someone, they fall profoundly. They are willing to do what it takes to make the relationship work, and even the smallest relationship troubles may leave them devastated. Ah, who can understand you better than somebody of your own type! On the negative side, they might have issues because both are quite stubborn and feel very strongly about things.
Adventurers are quite mysterious and difficult to get to know. While very emotional individuals, they guard this sensitive core carefully, preferring to listen than to express. People with the Adventurer personality type focus instead on their partners, with little interest in dictating the mood of a situation with their own feelings. While this can sometimes be frustrating, if they are accepted for who they are, Adventurers prove to be warm, enthusiastic partners.