I'm a psychologist – here's how key Love Island love triangle isn’t over yet | The Sun

A PSYCHOLOGIST says the triangle between three Love Island contestants is far from over.

Jacques O'Neill told Paige Thorne he would wait for her on the outside, but she found romance with Adam Collard not long after.


The two became exclusive on Thursday night's episode of Love Island, just days after Paige cried on Jacques' exit.

But celebrity pscyhologist Dr Arthur Cassidy believes not all is lost between Jacques, 23, and Paige, 24.

Dr Arthur said because Jacques and Paige have similar personality types, they would find their way back to each other.

Looking at the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator, the two share common traits.

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There are four categories in the personality test – introversion/extraversion, sensing/intuition, thinking/feeling, judging/perceiving.

Each person is said to have one preferred quality from each category, producing 16 unique types.

Speaking for Buzz Bingo, Dr Arthur said: “Jacques and Paige have much more in common socially and psychologically.

"Both are ‘Sensors’ meaning that they are realistic about dates, seeing each other for who she and he really are.

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"Add in the extra traits of being the ‘Feeling’  type, both show a combination of strong personality traits such as thinking and feeling, essential in playing out the dating game.”

In simple terms, a “Thinker” is someone who acts logically and a “Feeler” is someone who acts and makes decisions involving emotion. Think of it like “head versus heart”.

“Research shows that most men are ‘thinkers’ whilst most females are ‘feelers’ in personality terms," Dr Arthur said.

"A female can also be a ‘Thinker’, ‘Judger’, and ‘Perceiver’ personality type, according to Myers Brigg analysis.

“Thinking types like Jacques want to understand intimacy, for them it’s a state of being analysed, mastered and fine tuned.

"Paige is the ‘Feeling’ type who wants to be in control of the situation (impossible with Adam as a seasoned narcissist), to experience intimacy with Jacques. "

Dr Arthur suggested there are stumbling blocks, however.

Jacques "has to work harder at working more constructively with Paige to clarify and understand each other's needs", he said.

“Jacques will often be distracted, always spontaneous, and wanting to explore other options and choices," he warned.

Adam no good match

Sadly, Dr Arthur does not think Adam, 26, is a good match for Paige, either.

He described Adam as “dark and narcissistic”,  suggesting he is still as cunning and scheming as when he became known as the bad boy in series four.

“The most striking characteristic of Adam is his dominance, ultra supersonic confidence, and covert motives," Dr Arthur said.

 “He plays his cards close to his chest and will not reveal his motivational strategies to Paige. 

“He wishes to convince her and the other girls that he is the ‘Mr Bad Guy Protector Of Women’ and especially of Paige.”

“His body language is very suspicious as he displays fake smiles and these synchronise with his shrewd calculating venturesome love tactics.”

Dr Arthur said Adam has learned “the art of self presentation”.

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But he is “not really in touch with his emotions”, Dr Arthur said, and instead uses his image to attract women.

He warned Paige she should be aware of his “choreographed flattery”.

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