The energetic ESTP and the creative ISFP make a unique pair. These two types are very different but have enough similarities between them to help make their relationship work. Their differences can lead to mutual growth, but patience and maturity are required from both parties in the relationship to yield this positive result. I. … Read more
When you first see the outgoing ESFP with the introverted ISTJ, you may think there is no way these two people will become friends or romantic partners. However, it happens more than you may realize. Hard workers who are also very supportive of others, each can quickly become people others look to for guidance and … Read more
Having fun with your partner increases levels of a “love hormone.” Researchers at Baylor University have found that playing games together or taking an art class together boosts’ couples’ levels of oxytocin. Oxytocin makes people appreciate each other more, enjoy touch, and feel less fear and anxiety.