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.

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The theories of “like is attracted to like” and “opposites attract” are challenged by personality types, since they are best thought of as “complimenting” each other.

For example, the most frequent mating is between Introverted Experiencers and Extraverted Experiencers (SP Experiencers) and Introverted Traditionalists and Extraverted Traditionalists (SJ Traditionalists), which is not or opposites attracting.

SP-SJ relationships combine the similar with complimentary qualities, but they differ in how they implement their goals.

The Myers-Briggs matchmaking for relationships is a popular concept but should be further explored.

Briggs and Myers designed the test with the belief our preferences evolve based on our experiences, interests, needs, values, and motivations.

This suggests personality compatibility is largely based on personal preference.

Myers-Briggs psychology determines how we interact with someone on a daily basis.

The knowledge of personality type allows us to see the differences among others as just those — different ways of “being.” Therefore, personality compatibility is heavily based on personal preference.

The infographic by Career Assessment Site down below includes all 16 personality types, their dating style, and who they are most compatible with.