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Just Your Type

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"Discover how the secrets of Personality Type can enliven your love life!
Learn the real reason why your strong quiet type has trouble expressing his feelings. Or why your social butterfly is always flirting...or why the neatnik in your life just can't leave that dirty sock where it is...or why the hopeless romantic really is blinded by the stars in his eyes. Whether you'r
Paperback, 323 pages
Published January 14th 2000 by Little, Brown & Company (first published 2000)
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Again, I am very intersted in personality traits. If you can pinpoint your spouses and your own personality type (out of 16 different combinations) then you can read about your marriage relationship. It is crazy how much of it is true. They offer up suggestions for both partners in how to make that particular combination better as a whole. It is great! I also highly recommend this one to anyone who is married.
Leslie Jem
Very helpful; I found out that I am an INFJ.
I will start off by stating that I am a true hopeless romantic. Now with that being said, I believe each individual is different and unique in their own way. You can group us by categories (men, women, children, teens, etc) or by features (blonde, brunette, etc) , but to group types of people based off of our personality types and relationship skills is very hard to do if impossible.

I read this book because I dated a man who believed this book would help him bridge the gap and help him form a b
Sep 03, 2007 Crystal rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: people in relationships who work to improve them
This book, like all the books by the Baron-Tiegers, is a great book. I did not read every single page, because I'm not every single couple combination possible, which is what this book spells out. there is a chart after the introductions and explanations of type and type interaction that breaks couples' combinations down by page. Find you and your partner's type combination and flip to that page. It was almost uncanny how accurate and insightful the comments were, and the authors not only descri ...more
Andrea Wenger
Every romance author should read this book. It's a fantastic resource for understanding what attracts different types to one another, how they come into conflict, and how they can help each other grow and develop over the course of a novel.
Feb 23, 2008 Heather rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: people who are trying to learn about personality types
Recommended to Heather by: self
This book is about the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types. It helps you understand yourself, and if you can figure out people in your life, it helps you understand them, too. I love learning about personality types and find this book interesting.
It was okay. It was informative and I do see the merit in using type to improve your relationships. I'm not too keen on using type to find love relationships. I think in the real world it would end up disastrous for the most part.
Gina Lynette
Incredibly insightful. If you love Myers-Briggs, this will be right up your alley.
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