Intimacy and Type Intimacy & Type
Jane Hardy Jones & Ruth G. Sherman

A good relationship with another person is one of the most essential ingredients for a satisfying life. Nurturing that relationship so it will grow is not always easy-it's good to have help! This book uses the principles of psychological type to give couples common ground for mutual understanding.



The perennial Pleasures of ISTJs
by Susan Scanlon

Every year, my ISTJ sister spends a week at her condo in Florida and for the last few years, I've been joining her. We do the same things she's been doing every year: kayak on the Manatee River, swim in the condo's pool, go out on a sunset sail, sit on the beach, walk along the sound, and eat crab legs at three different restaurants.

If you're an ENFP, you may think that sounds like hell, repeating the same activities year after year. You would prefer to go to a place you've never been to, and explore all of its possibilities.