Dating exhusbands pros and cons
Pros of Dating an ESFP: Makes you feel like the most adored person on earth. Looks at you like a masterpiece and loves you like the world’s finest art connoisseur. Tackles problems and makes your life a thousand times easier. Cons of Dating an ESTP: You may get whiplash trying to keep track of them.
Is unexpectedly witty, adventurous, committed and paradoxical in the most enticing way. To hold their attention, you must be more fun than whatever outrageously fun thing they’re currently doing.
High risk of leaving you to go find their authentic self (often located in Argentina, Bali, the Dolomite mountains, etc.) on zero notice. Sees you in an incredible, artistic light that will transform the way you see yourself (for the better).
Unprecedented balance of deeply insightful and hopelessly goofy.
Cons of Dating an ISFJ: Favorite household chore is sweeping issues under the rug. Cons of Dating an ISTJ: So responsible that you feel a little bad about yourself in comparison. Pros of Dating an ESTJ: Fierce and relentless provider. Confidence levels are through the roof, but in a hard-earned and therefore sexy way.
Pros of Dating an ISTP: Extremely self-sufficient and capable. Kind of like an encyclopedia, but a fun one you can take on adventures.
Cons of Dating an ISTP: Has a tendency to disappear for days or weeks at a time. Intrinsically driven to make you happier every day you’re with them.
Unlikely to notice you’re upset until you have attached a large blimp to their house reading, “I’m upset! Maps out an exciting new life course every six months, making it hard for the relationship to grow stagnant.
Cons of Dating an ENTP: Forgets you exist while in the throes of a new project.