You’re a witch and he’s a dragon. Congratulations on your recent marriage! As you embark on this new journey together, you’re probably wondering how to make your relationship work.
Luckily, there’s an easy way to figure out your compatibility: the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). This personality test can help you understand your own strengths and weaknesses, as well as your partner’s.
In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the MBTI and how it can help newlyweds build a successful relationship.
Introduction to MBTI
Are you familiar with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)? It’s a personality assessment that categorizes people into 16 different personality types. It can be a great tool for helping couples understand each other better.
In this diary, we’ll be exploring the differences between two of those personality types: the Witch and the Dragon. We’ll be looking at how their personalities clash (or complement) each other, and how they manage their relationship as they transition from being newlyweds to being lifelong partners.
How the Witch and Dragon Met
It all started when the Witch was out picking flowers for her potions. She had been walking for hours, and she was quite lost. The woods were so thick, and she had no idea where she was. Suddenly, she heard a strange noise. It sounded like a dragon! She was so scared, she ran in the opposite direction.
The Witch ran and ran, but the dragon was faster. He caught up to her quickly and snatched her up in his claws. The Witch was terrified. The dragon flew her to his castle, and she has been living there ever since.
The Witch’s MBTI Personality Type
As a witch, you know that your personality type is a key part of who you are. You’ve probably read up on all the different types and tried to figure out which one best suits you.
The witch in this story is an INFJ, which is a very rare personality type. INFJs are known for being introspective and intuitive, and they often have a strong sense of personal ethics. They’re also good at seeing the big picture and coming up with creative solutions to problems.
This witch is definitely introverted, and her intuition often gives her insights that other people don’t have. She’s also very principled, which can make it difficult for her to compromise her beliefs. But her intuition and creativity make her an excellent problem solver, and her strong sense of ethics ensures that she always does the right thing.
The Dragon’s MBTI Personality Type
Your dragon partner’s MBTI personality type is ISTJ, which stands for Introverted, Sensing, Thinking, and Judging. Dragons tend to be introverted and independent, preferring to keep to themselves and reflecting on any given situation before taking action. They’re also sensing personalities and logical thinkers who enjoy problem-solving, as well as judging personalities who take a structured approach to life, setting rules and regulations that they expect to be followed.
A dragon’s ISTJ personality is probably one that you recognize—they’re reliable people who take life seriously and don’t shy away from difficulty. While their serious nature may seem intimidating at first, they’re often deeply loyal companions with a strong sense of integrity. They thrive when left to their own devices but are quick to jump in when someone needs help or advice. In the course of your adventures together as newlyweds, hopefully you’ll appreciate the dragon’s stability and loyalty!
Analyzing the Newlywed Couple’s Compatibility Through MBTI
You’ve been asking yourself what the witch and the dragon have in common and how they manage to stay in a relationship. MBTI, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, is a great tool to analyze their compatibility.
The dragon is a classic ESTJ: practical, analytical, efficient, and task-oriented. He is highly organized and takes pride in completing tasks on time. On the other hand, the witch is an INFJ: introspective, empathetic, future-oriented and discerning. She loves exploring her inner world as much as she loves to connect with people on a deep and meaningful level.
Though quite different from each other, the dragon’s decisive and grounded nature compliments the witch’s creative ideas and intuitive insights, forming a truly unique texture of synergy between them. Both gradually learn from each other’s perspectives and form an understanding that brings out the best in each other. What makes their relationship even more magical? They learn from each other every day without even realizing it!
Challenges of a Witch-Dragon Relationship
Like with any relationship, the dynamic between a witch and a dragon is not always easy. Wiccan rituals, practice and spells often involve nature and natural elements which can be frustrating or problematic to dragons. They may not understand why you need to spend so much time in nature or why you need to do certain rituals a certain way.
It can also be hard for dragons to understand the power that magic holds. They may think that it is too powerful and can be dangerous, so it is important to have discussions about how you use your magic and how it helps you express yourself.
It is important to remember that even though dragons are loyal and protective of their partners, they are still quite independent creatures with their own lives outside of the relationship. They love spending time together, but they also need their space and time away from their partner in order to recharge. So it’s important for both of you to set boundaries and make sure everyone feels respected in the relationship.
Love Languages for a Witch and Dragon
When it comes to the newlyweds, their love languages are what define how they communicate and express their love for one another. For the witch and dragon couple, it’s all about feeling appreciated and valued.
The witch can be showered with affection through words of affirmation and then be comforted through physical touch — with her husband’s gentle strokes along her arm or back, she will know that he cares. For the witch, gifts are also an important symbol of his love so that she knows that he is thinking of her even when they’re apart.
On the other hand, the dragon craves quality time with his wife. Time spent together is essential, even if it is just a few hours here or there. Spending quality time together allows him to focus on her and really get to know what’s going on in her life—the dragon loves it when his wife shares her thoughts, dreams, successes and failures with him so that he can be there for her no matter what.
Conflict Resolution Strategies
When it comes to conflict resolution, it’s important to understand how your witch and dragon MBTI type works together. Both the witch and dragon MBTI types have strengths that can help in resolving conflicts.
The witch type is typically able to think things through more logically, while the dragon type tends to be more passionate and creative. They can use this combination of strengths to come up with creative solutions that both parties can agree with.
For example, the witch type can focus on analyzing the situation and identifying underlying issues while the dragon type might suggest more imaginative solutions. Together they can then find a compromise that works for everyone.
Additionally, both types often understand the importance of communication and empathy in resolving conflicts, so they are usually able to listen to each other’s perspectives and reach a mutual understanding.
Bonding with Family and Friends
As a newlyweds, it’s important to bond with both your family and friends. This can be done through activities such as attending family functions, meeting up with various friends, or planning regular get-togethers.
Your MBTI type can help guide how you interact with those closest to you. For instance, if you are an ENFP (The Campaigner) witch and an ISFJ (The Defender) dragon, then you’re likely to be very reserved in social situations. You may prefer one-on-one interactions or small groups where your reserved nature can shine without feeling overwhelmed.
Meanwhile, if you are an ESTP (The Entrepreneur) witch and an INFJ (The Advocate) dragon, then you may feel more comfortable being the life of the party with your larger groups of friends or at family gatherings. You’ll enjoy getting everyone involved in different activities and initiating deeper conversations than just small talk.
Overall, it’s important to find a happy balance between bonding with those closest to you while still maintaining your individual personalities. The MBTI type of each partner plays a big role in how that balance is found; so use it as a helpful tool!
When it comes to relationships, each type has their own unique way of handling things. And, as you now know, each type’s strengths and weaknesses are amplified when they’re in a relationship.
So, if you’re a Witch, remember to use your intuition to guide you, and to put your partner’s needs above your own. And if you’re a Dragon, remember to stay strong and independent, but also to be open to change.
At the end of the day, both of you will need to work together to make your relationship work. And, as long as you can do that, nothing can stop you!