Bonne chance mon ami, mais je crois que tu dois plutot chercher une INFP
cause / Why? :
Fieldmarshals and Healers would seem to fit well together. Whether
in the military or not, the outgoing and schedule-minded Fieldmarshals
(ENTJs) are natural mobilizers, that is, they're itching to get their hands
on several armies so they can mobilize their forces and conduct their
campaigns as they should be conducted-with an eye to long-term strategies
and their derivative tactics, logistics, and consequences. What in the seclusive
and probing Healer (INFP) seems to fit so well with the Fieldmarshal?
First note their one point of similarity. In their questing phase, Healers
also become leaders of armies (as did Joan of Arc), and launch their
campaigns with missionary zeal. In their saintly or monastic phase, however,
Healers can offer their imperious Fieldmarshal mates a welcome respite
from the wars, perhaps sharing with them their quiet spirituality, their
desire for inner-harmony, and their personal sensitivity.
Healers and Fieldmarshals are likely to find great satisfaction marrying
each other. Healers (the reserved and probing INFPs) have more problems
in mating than any other type, no doubt due to their fervent view of life as
either a crusade against Evil or a retreat into religious contemplation-and
the same Healer can tack back and forth, now a crusader, now a monastic.
In either case, their spouse will be taxed by having to deal with such
spiritual intensity; and the expressive and scheduling Fieldmarshal (ENTJ),
busily marshalling his or her forces toward distant objectives, seems well 240 Mating
equipped to handle this alternating-phase style of life, able, that is, to
provide clear direction to a person who might otherwise get lost in meditation
or in devotion to a cause.
David Keirsey - Please Understand Me II
Dr. Keirsey recommends Rational-Idealist pairings and suggests that the best combinations would be the 'opposite,' that is, ENTJ with INFP, ENTP with INFJ, INTJ with ENFP, and INTP with ENFJ. Each of these pairs has the 'N' in common, but nothing else. Anecdotal evidence appears to support his suggestions. If the couple has too much in common, they are likely to have some obvious weak areas. For example, a Rational Inventor (ENTP) with an Idealist Champion (ENFP) have only one letter different. This couple is likely to have lots of fun generating ideas and excitement but may have difficulty actually bringing ideas to fruition. Also, it is likely that neither one of them will be wild about housework or maintenance. Couples with a lot in common may find it easier to communicate but may also find it more difficult to get everything done.
source: Keirsey's PersonalityZone - Personality and Your Relationships:
Complementary Pairings (Part 1)
Idealists & Rationals
By Dr. Lovegoodhttp://www.keirsey.com/personalityzone/lz14.asp
Unlike Hamid, Jason, a Fieldmarshal (ENTJ) Rational, was fairly popular in high school. However, he didn't date much because he didn't have time for girls. He enjoys dating now but chooses his dates carefully with clear objectives in mind. He's looking for a long term partner who has a career of her own. He hopes to find someone who enjoys debating political/social issues, discovering new restaurants, and playing some sport together. His biggest problem has been detaching clingy women who haven't gotten the message that he's moved on.http://www.keirsey.com/personalityzone/lz29.asp
Keirsey's PersonalityZone - Personality and Your Relationships
Men and Romance
Part 4: Rational Men
By Dr. Lovegood
Keirsey Temperament Website :
Ratianal - Portrait of the Rational Fieldmarshal (ENTJ)