Finding and Maintaining Relationships for INTPs
Understanding and Improving Connection Skills for INTPs
Relationships are not easy as an INTP.
As a fellow INTPs I've had plenty of my own ups and downs in relationships. I felt like I couldn't bring my truth because those closest to me would get offended and I've gone the other way and pushed everyone away as they should just "deal with it."
But the truth has always come back to me in the desire for wanting connection, to be respected, to be seen and to be loved.
As an INTP, you may focus on data, your personal projects, and find relationships to be nothing but distracting at times.
Perhaps you've had someone misunderstand your intentions, try to force you into a box, or simply get in your way with all of their emotional nonsense.
BUT you also want connection. You keep trying to learn, trying to adapt, trying to be better. You want to be seen and appreciated for what you bring to the world. You want a companion, friends, people you trust, and people who respect your thinking process.
Is that even possible?
Yes, it absolutely is and I'll show you how.
Finding and Maintaining Relationships for INTPs is that guide to get you the connections, friend-groups, jobs, and relationships that you deserve in your life. My partner Molly, an ENFP, and I share some of the tips I've used to strengthen our relationship to guide you through the unique perspective of connecting with others as an INTP and a bit of what it's like to be with an INTP from someone else's honest perspective.
By the end of this program you'll have the confidence to begin bringing your honest self to the relationships you actually want in your life without sacrificing who you are in the process.
Christian Rivera is a Digital Producer and has been for 20 years creating photography, video, graphic design, and audio assets for clients such as Disney, Hulu, Lionsgate, Focus Features, Paramount, and more. In 2018, Christian developed Dopamine and Other Happy Chemicals as a platform dedicated to his own personal empowerment by sharing growth lessons and experiences on his podcast. This included a focus on INTP growth development and becoming a mirror for INTPs to reflect on their own experience to grow from.