Jungian Compatibility  » ENTJ Compatibility


Being both ENTJs, this duo can establish a rapid rapport as they're both dynamic conversationalists who appreciate logic and strategy.

They naturally align on focusing on the broader vision, and if both have a healthy sense of self-esteem, this can foster mutual admiration and enhance individual and collective self-value.

However, sharing the same type comes with challenges. They may lack the diverse strengths that couples with different personalities bring to problem-solving in real-world situations. In a scenario where one falters, the other may not be equipped to step in due to their similar weaknesses. For instance, during a crisis, neither may be inherently better at resolving the issue than the other.

Still, if there's physical attraction and a yearning for a profound connection, it can be fulfilling to pursue this pairing, even if it's for the short term.

Positives of an ENTJ-ENTJ Relationship:

Strong Leadership and Drive: In an ENTJ-ENTJ relationship, both individuals possess strong leadership qualities, determination, and a drive for success. They can inspire each other, push each other to achieve their goals, and create a powerful partnership built on ambition and shared aspirations.

Mutual Understanding: ENTJs have a natural ability to understand each other's logical thinking, assertiveness, and need for efficiency. They can relate to each other's direct communication style and appreciate the value of clear and concise communication, which can enhance understanding and cooperation within the relationship.

Shared Vision and Goals: ENTJs often share similar visions and goals, such as making a significant impact in their careers or industries. They can align their ambitions, combine their strengths, and work together to accomplish their shared objectives, creating a sense of synergy and partnership.

Challenges of an ENTJ-ENTJ Relationship:

Competitiveness and Power Struggles: With their strong personalities and assertiveness, ENTJs may naturally find themselves in power struggles within the relationship. It's important for both partners to recognize and manage their competitive tendencies, focusing on collaboration rather than individual dominance.

Balancing Work and Personal Life: ENTJs often have a strong work ethic and may prioritize their careers. In an ENTJ-ENTJ relationship, finding a balance between work and personal life can be challenging. Both partners need to ensure they make time for relaxation, connection, and nurturing their relationship beyond their professional pursuits.

Need for Emotional Connection: ENTJs may struggle with expressing and understanding emotions, as they often prioritize logic and efficiency. Building emotional connection and intimacy within the relationship requires both partners to be vulnerable, empathetic, and willing to explore their emotional sides.

In conclusion, an ENTJ-ENTJ relationship can be characterized by strong leadership, shared ambitions, and a mutual understanding of each other's strengths and drive. However, challenges may arise due to competitiveness, work-life balance, and emotional connection. By practicing effective communication, embracing collaboration, and nurturing emotional intimacy, an ENTJ-ENTJ relationship can thrive and create a powerful and successful partnership.


Betty Baker M.A. Psych, M.Ed

About the Author

Betty Baker is an awarded marriage and family therapist and contributor to the internationally renowned PeaceBuilders® Program - a science-based, research-validated violence prevention curriculum and professional development program for grades pre-K to 12.