Finding and Maintaining Relationships for INTPs
The Definitive Guide to Relationships for INTPs
As an INTP, I know that relationships can be a massive challenge. Every sign of logic seems to dictate that we'd be much better off with not having any relationships in our lives.
For many of us, the biological imperative to reproduce and experience love and connection tends to push us towards a desire for love anyway. So, while it may seem we're making the logical choice to be on our own, what we end up doing is avoiding relationships and challenges altogether...fighting against the natural flow of life.
This class is a way of showing INTPs that not only relationships matter but that you are capable of building and maintaining relationships by being your logical and playful self and taking some important key ideas into mind.
In this class we're going to cover:
- Listen and Answer Questions
- Becoming Open to Grow and Celebrating Your Partner's growth
- How to Date and Find Connections
- Maintaining the Relationships with Consistent Communication and Check-ins
- How to Know When It's Time to End the Relationship
This course is hosted by Christian Rivera (INTP) and Molly O'Riley (ENFP) who are sharing important keys to the success of their bond and relationship. We are two very different people who have had all sorts of diverse challenges and whom continue to grow together.
DO take this course if:
- You're an INTP struggling with finding and maintaining relationships.
- Feeling like you give up too much of yourself in the relationship.
- Want to know what it's like to be in a relationship with an ENFP
- You struggle with being honest and true to who you are as an INTP when in a relationship.
- Want to experience more love and joy in your life.
- Eager to grow and learn about how you can master your personal relationships.
DON'T take this course if:
- You feel like your ability to develop relationships will never change.
- You're unwilling to remove personality type bias
- You don't connect with a tough love style of teaching.
While this class may not be for every INTP, we do know that plenty of INTPs want support in their growth path. Connection is difficult and we often feel we have to connect the way others connect. That's simply not true. There is a way do share your truth, be honest, be direct, and still show great love and affection to the people in your life.
Go and sign up to get started on Finding and Maintaining Relationships for INTPs.
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This is where I stand today, sharing the stories of everything I've learned and harnessing them into courses, podcasts and videos to help others realize that if they allow themselves to be themselves, they can level-up their reality in no-time.
Being a nerd comes with it's own challenges growing up. I'm also an intense introvert with a propensity to favor thinking over emotions. It's been quite a challenge to connect with people based solely on my personality. I've had to develop who I am not simply just be the default version of myself that has had past difficulty connecting with others. I also have cyclothymia, a low-grade bipolar disorder, and ADHD, which present challenges in working for strict businesses and subvert common expectations. I've had to learn to set my own boundaries.
I know there are others out there with similar adversities that don't allow them to fit into the common mold so easily. For some of us, the dream to build a life of our own is a matter of it being the only possibility.
Not only that but there are plenty of people who simply want more out of life. We want to not struggle every day to pay the bills, student loans and fear that we can't pay for the next hospital visit. We want to create life on our terms and do it without sacrificing who we are.
Frankly, I teach that leaning into who we are is the quickest way to focus on what we have to offer, how we can present that, who we can connect to and how can we best serve those people.
We're all capable of love, we're all worthy of success, but it's not a guarantee. We have to take the steps towards making that happen, to put in the work. So, let's take a look, break it all down and build you back up again.