Could your perfect guy already be in your life?
Do you know what Myers-Briggs personality type you are? You could be a ENFJ or a ISTJ — and if you do know what you are, do you know which type is best for you?
The test, known as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, categorizes people into 16 different, four-letter personality types, where each letter represents a preference between two modes of thinking: extroverted (E) versus introverted (I); sensing (S) versus intuitive (N); thinking (T) versus feeling (F); and judging (J) versus perceiving (P).
Now that you know what type you are, what kind of person should you be dating? The clever folks at Thought Catalog give us the full scoop on the perfect partner for you.
If you are an:
ENFP: date a nerdy quiet guy.
INTJ: go out with an emotionally intense guy.
ENTJ date a Bill Nye the Science guy type.
ENTP: get things going with a big-hearted, big-brained guy.
ENFJ: inspire an artistic guy.
ESTJ: stop overlooking the sensible, selfless guy.
INFJ: take off your glasses and see that the smart rebel is the perfect guy for you.
ISFP: take a look at the guy you always thought as just-a-friend as something more.
ESTP: date the sweet-as-pie guy.
ISTJ: he kind of seems like your opposite, but you should date the always-up-for-any-kind-of-party dude.
ISFJ: he’s here to save the day, and you need to date him — the superhero.
INFP: every artist needs their steady, dependable guy.
ISTP: you already know him, as you run in the same crowd. You need to date the sensual, spiritual guy.
INTP: it’s no joke; you need to date the funny man.
ESFJ: you’re practical and you need some romance in your life immediately. Try a romantic guy.
ESFP: it may sound old-fashioned, but you need the strong and silent type.
Sometimes it’s a great idea to date outside your comfort zone and try a different type than your usual. Mix things up and surprise yourself.
The perfect date is probably someone you normally wouldn’t consider as appropriate. So, take a chance on the softhearted brainiac, or the party boy. You never know who you’ll end up with.
This article originally appeared on Thought Catalog.