ESTP relationships can best be thought of as action-packed.
Not so much in a thrilling way, but in the sense that a lot of activities will be carried out in the span of a relationship.
This Myers-Briggs character is described as being extraverted, sensing, thinking, and perceiving.
This personality type is found in roughly four percent of the population.
A “doer” may not express his or her feelings verbally, but instead may use gift-giving as a way to express their love or affection.
As this personality is not particularly good at expressing emotions, they may not take the time to explain their feelings of unhappiness to a partner and instead may simply end the relationship if a better opportunity arises.
Never one to waste a moment, ESTPs tend to end a relationship quickly if they feel that it is not satisfying or has become boring.
They often feel that the best answer is to jump in and get it over with.
The impulse to “do” is so strong in this individual that they may not take the time to properly consider all pertinent information or wait to see if new information will come to light.