Relationships of Enhancement are defined by both types recognizing what they wish to improve upon. This relation is one of the better triangular relations, as there is little stress on the third function, and both aggressive functions (1 & 3) are in moderate to ideal positions. When all three Enchancement types come together, they tend to rapidly enhance their understanding of weak spots and leading functional aspects.
In this relation, all types share the same insecure aspect, which is a large part of what this trio seeks to enhance. Partners do not pressure each other to be perfect in this arena, but they enjoy challenging each other to improve. The dominant aspects of both individuals are mutually respected because of the other partner’s supportive attitude. Relationships of Enhancement inspire the partners to push their understanding of the insecure aspect because they support the most confident parts of each other’s personalities. Partner 2 readily accepts advice about their oblivious aspect from Partner 1. Matching results attitude adds a sense of measurable progression to the relationship where Partner 1 is allowed to innovate constantly in their dominant aspect and Partner 2 learns new ways to easily deal with their oblivious aspect.
The dominant aspect of Partner 2 is also allowed to flourish without much obstruction. The absolute conclusions decided by Partner 2 are easily incorporated by the other. Both are self-assured in this aspect so there is much room for discussion and growth. Partner 1 considers the truth of the other’s viewpoint but adds unforeseen possibilities, which improves the results of Partner 2. The flexible attitude of Partner 1 learns much from the other even if they do not fully accept their conclusions. This exchange helps Partner 1 to eliminate possibilities in this aspect that detract from shared goals.
Partner 1 is oblivious to the aspect that is flexible to Partner 2. Explaining their insecurity through the 2nd aspect, Partner 2 tries to communicate their thoughts in detail. They often pause for the opinion of Partner 1 in this aspect, but this individual does not have personal preferences related to the aspect. Partner 1 prefers to lean on the confidence of Partner 2 since it is a neglected area of life. Information about this aspect is filtered through the needs of Partner 1, who wants only the relevant points for the results they desire. Sometimes Partner 2 feels that Partner 1 should care more about this area of life and notice their effort to adapt shared needs. This is the most unstimulating aspect of relationships of Enhancement, and members tend to find the most interesting subject matter when talking about their shared confident area or improving the insecure aspect of life.