For INFJs, making friends can be a tenuous process. We meet plenty of people whom we like, but pursuing deeper friendships with them can be difficult.
One of my biggest regrets about the past decade of my life is that I didn’t make more of an effort to make friends of my own.
I’m scared that someday my daughter will be standing in a crowd of teenagers and someone will sneer and ask her, “Why are you so quiet?”
“You’ll always be looking for something better,” he said. “What you want is unobtainable.” These statements came in a heated moment.
I need space to breathe and remember myself as I am, not just as you see me.
Talking to women doesn’t have to be reserved for those rare people who are born confident or are extroverted.
Finding the right relationship is hard. It’s often harder for introverts, since we tend to go out less and meet fewer people.
Finding “your people” is hard, period. But it can be even harder when you’re a solitude-loving introvert. How do you make more friends?
INFJs can have happy relationships with any personality type. However, some types will probably be more compatible with INFJs than others.
He tentatively reaches across the bed with a warm gentle hand—and I recoil.