The 12 DISC Personality Types: An In-depth Exploration

In the world of psychology, few theories have had as much impact as the DISC personality theory. (Take the DISC test here.) Developed by Dr. William Moulton Marston in the 1920s, the DISC theory analyzes and categorizes individual personality traits into four primary types: Dominance (D), Influence (I), Steadiness (S), and Conscientiousness (C). The practical … Read more

ENFJ and INTP: Compatibility, Love, Marriage, and Romance

Considering their vast personality differences, one might think that ENFJs and INTPs are incompatible personality types; in fact, many ENFJs and INTPs form and maintain long-term, healthy relationships. Successful ENFJ/INTP couples see their differences not as obstacles but as stepping stones leading to better versions of both partners.   I. COMPATIBILITY Though not generally considered … Read more

INTJ Compatibility: How the Scientist Pairs with other Personality Types

The strategic INTJ thrives when paired with someone equally as intuitive but spontaneous and extroverted enough to bring a fresh look to their organized lives. Thus, ENFP or ENTP matches well with an INTJ. INTJs aren’t the most romantic in relationships and dating, but in their unique way, they bring passion through engaging in intellectual … Read more

ISTJ Cognitive Functions: Primary and Shadow Functions of the Duty-Fulfiller

An ISTJ personality is one of the 16 personalities established by the Myers-Briggs model. The ISTJ is sometimes called the Logistician, Inspector, or Investigator and identifies as extremely logical, reserved, quiet, and organized. You probably already know all that, but do you know the functions of an ISTJ personality? An ISTJ personality has the following … Read more