INFJs can have happy relationships with any personality type. However, some types will probably be more compatible with INFJs than others.
We INFJs might not be extroverts who feed on social activities, but we have plenty of inherent traits we can use to our advantage.
Being single can be difficult for any personality type. But for INFJs, it can be especially hard, because you crave deep connections with others.
Why do INFJs slam the door, and is there a better way to deal with the very real emotional pain we feel?
If your INFJ personality type has chosen you, then you can count on them to invest and nurture the relationship you have with them.
A peek into what INFJs are all about.
When under stress, INFJs may become perfectionistic and stubborn. For friends and family, witnessing the dark side of the INFJ can be confusing.
If you’re an INFJ personality type like me, you prefer long-term, lasting romantic relationships as opposed to casual encounters.
Being an INFJ, I’m a perfectionist. I’m all too aware of how hard I am on myself. I plan obsessively to make sure things fall into place accordingly.
Research suggests that simply being around another person sucks up a certain amount of the brain’s attention, making some tasks harder.