There is no one right way to show someone you love them: affection and attention can differ drastically between individuals and are determined by a variety of variables, such as personality. So it's no surprise that each Myers-Briggs type has their own way of showing their partners just how much they care, from writing love notes to having shared alone time.
"As a relationship expert who works with dating singles and couples, people often want to explore if the person they are with is going to be a compatible match in the long run," relationship expert Dr. Gary Brown tells Bustle. "In some circumstances opposites attract. In other circumstances it is more important to share similar personality traits. More important is your ability to communicate with each other, share common values, feel and express gratitude, and the ability to resolve conflicts in healthy ways."
Luckily, the Myers-Briggs test uses your own self-reflection and preferences to determine a psychological type and help you make difficult decisions. So if you're struggling to express your feelings to your significant other — or are confused by your partner's actions and how they're feeling — consider consulting Myers-Briggs first, to see how you and your partner are best suited to show love.