Here’s How To Attract Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type

Flickr, Daniel Pham
Flickr, Daniel Pham

ENFP: Flirt with them once and then act completely unattainable. ENFPs love a challenge.

INFP: Act like you have a deep, brooding secret that you’re too guarded to reveal. The INFP will not sleep, eat or breathe until they’ve broken down your walls.

ESTP: Act sweet, wide-eyed and impressed by everything that they do. Their ego will respond well to your fuel.

ENTP: Challenge their logic and rebut their manipulative tactics.

INTP: Take initiative. Take initiative again. Repeat until INTP notices your existence. Then take initiative again.

ESFP: Look good, make it clear that you’re available and then just hang around for a while. Their natural ‘people curiosity’ will eventually drive them to come after you.

ISTP: Infiltrate their social circle, see them regularly, match their level of nonchalance and then put sex on the table.

ESTJ: Have excellent hygiene and constantly tell them they’re right.

ISTJ: Be bubbly enough to warm their hearts but scattered enough to imply that you need their help.

ISFP: Be adventurous and playful and take an interest in them – then give them space to sort out their feelings and come to you.

ENFJ: Act like the stereotypical bad boy/bad girl but show glimpses of deep emotion– they’ll clamor to figure you out and bring out the best in you.

ISFJ: Act like a superhero, but one who needs to be taken care of. They’ll jump at the chance to nurture your reckless spirit.

INFJ: Be one big, walking paradox. Look them deep in the eyes and tell them that you ‘Need them’ to help figure yourself out.

ESFJ: Be popular amongst your mutual peers but make it clear that you often forget to eat lunch or get enough sleep. They’ll lust obsessively after the chance to be the one who takes care of you.

ENTJ: Assure them that a relationship with you is a low-risk investment that will yield a sizeable emotional return. Be strong in your character, but not stronger than them.

INTJ: Present them with a completely unprecedented way of thinking about something they were previously decided on. You’ll shake their foundation and win their admiration. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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