Dating an ENTJ personality can be an eye-opening experience. “Executives” see the world as a puzzle to be solved or a maze of possibilities that only need to be figured out. They love learning and have a yearning to constantly improve or move forward. Show your ENTJ that you are up for trying new experiences but don’t allow his or her assertive, take-control nature to force you into trying something that you aren’t comfortable with. If, for instance, you have concerns about an active trip that your companion has planned then voice these issues with your significant other. Chances are, he or she will be able to mull over your concerns and come up with a solution that would suit both of you.
This sort of personality isn’t the type to be overly mushy and they certainly aren’t one for mincing words. Don’t be surprised to find that your “executive” isn’t always the elaborate and romantic sort. While he or she certainly can (and probably will) be once in a while, affection isn’t a constant for this personality. If you can’t handle affection and sentiment in random and sometimes far-spanning bursts throughout the relationship then this character may not be the best match for you.
In order for this persona to be satisfied in a romantic relationship, they are going to need to be given at least an equal share of control in the relationship. Don’t expect to be the one making all the decisions because your partner will be hoping to fill the same role. A mature, well-developed ENTJ can appreciate your need to have a say in things that affect yourself and the relationship, but you may have to speak up if your partner becomes overzealous or controlling. Another important aspect in an ENTJ relationship is the need for intellectual stimulation. Prove your intellectual competence by instigating discussions about current world topics, interesting historical events, or even an intriguing book that you’ve read recently.