What is it about these two types that draw them toward one another? For starters, both types are heavily introverted and are not normally drawn to social activity. Because of this, both types are unlikely to drain one another or feel annoying. On the contrary, both types will be liable to give the other the space they need to recharge at the end of the day. This means that they see the world in terms of larger concepts or abstract ideas and will be naturally drawn to symbology.
10 Things You Need To Know If You're Dating An INFJ | TheTalko
This personality type tends to be well-known because it is the rarest of all the personalities. However, although the type is well-known, true INFJs can be hard to spot. Their characteristics mean that they are often confused for more extroverted types. They also are particularly adept at getting other people to open up, and therefore tend to spend less time overall revealing much about themselves. This can make INFJs hard to get to know. If you find yourself dating this personality type, a little outside advice could make a huge difference. Here are 10 things you should know if you are dating an INFJ.
How Can an INFJ Be in a Happy, Satisfying Relationship?
INFJs long for relationships. As I think most people know, finding a good relationship is bloody difficult side note: I may or may not watch too much British television. Still, these five things seem to come up with more consistency for INFJs. INFJs tend to have active imaginations. That combines to with INFJ idealism to develop some pretty spectacular expectations for relationships.
By Elaine Schallock. INFJs are constantly evaluating their relationships, keeping at least one finger on the pulse of the relationship at all times. They really struggle with partners that either cannot or will not communicate. Conversely, they also need to be able to feel comfortable communicating with their partners.