On the quest to finding our perfect match it seems we blindly let personality type tests and zodiac signs decide our fate to bring us closer to the one — and we’re not alone.
Every year, two million people take the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), a 93-question assessment exam that has been translated into 30 different languages to evaluate personalities for their career, education, management or leadership roles, relationships, counseling, parenting, team development, or to satisfy our natural curiosity.
For example, if you have an ENFJ personality like myself, you are labeled as “The Educator,” who is very warm, empathetic, responsive, and responsible.
Stop being so critical — of yourself and of others — to avoid pushing people away, even if your "advice" or "help" coming from a place of kindness, in order to open yourself up to finding true love.
If you are a type two, you feel called to love and support those around you — and you are very good at it, too.
This can actually come across as a loss of identity in their eyes, since you continually try to be what they want, rather than being true to yourself.
So make a point to ground yourself in your values — and stick to them — in order to attract love.
Now, the popular personality test, which analyzes 16 different personality types, is believed to also help us easily identify who our ideal zodiac matches are, what our ideal first date would be, and whether we are romantic, sexual, or lovable.