These kinds of relationships are usually harmonious, for obvious reasons of similarity. In the end, it’s only logical that you will find common ground with a person who is almost the same as you.
Of course that doesn’t mean every ENTJ will get along with every ENTJ, because there are many other factors in relationships besides personality traits. Sometimes this kind of combination can even produce a rivalry, but if identical partners feel a mutual attraction to each other their relationship can turn into a soulmate experience.
- lots of interesting debates
- solving problems rationally
- no need to adjust your behavior for the other person; you can be yourself and the other person can understand
- a life of structure and order, no ambiguity
- sympathy towards each other because you can identify with a similar person more easily
- self-evaluation through basically watching a different version of yourself
- with two extroverts in a relationship, especially two ENTJs, a struggle for dominance might take place and seeing as not many ENTJs like to compromise, this might be a deal breaker for two dominant individuals
- one partner can feel inferior if the other has sufficient preponderance in knowledge so a teacher and student situation can develop
- identical partners also share the same blind spots and can’t really help each other there
In this relationship one partner would usually take on a role of the more emotional one or the more introverted one in order to establish balance.
The result of these relationships is usually self-development, because relationships between two identical types can help you to look at your own abilities and disabilities from a different angle. And is there anything better for an ENTJ than self-development?