Maybe it’s because pretty much every book out there says that INFJs do best with other intuitive types, and I’m married to a sensor. I think a lot of it has to do with the fact that, like I’ve said before, I’m NOT a relationship expert and so I believe that (often) people take the MBTI® too seriously in their relationships.There have been those who question their relationships after finding a chart somewhere that says their type and their partner’s type are incompatible.
Meanwhile, some INFJs are so considerate of other people's feelings that they become anxious when flirting, afraid of causing the other person discomfort.
Those who appreciate the INFJs' unique abilities and depth of compassion are put into a special place by the INFJ.
INFJs are keenly in-tune with people's feelings and take great care not to hurt anyone. With their ability to read people, they usually have no difficulty in connecting with others romantically.
During a Relationship Warm and caring, INFJs can love their partners deeply.
They enjoy showing their affection and receiving the same from their partners.
And they love sharing their endless warmth and sensitivity with their soulmate.
As has often been observed, there's no one more loving than an INFJ in love.
Be honest - how many times have you gotten too intense about things, or wasted too much effort over-thinking someone's intentions or reading more into a situation than was actually there?
If you're despairing that you'll ever find "the one," take heart. Falling in love is mesmerizing, romantic and achingly beautiful.
Before a Relationship Being introverts, INFJs may appear reserved at first.
However, they are extremely adept at relating to people on a one-by-one basis.
Despite their loving tendencies, INFJs generally have problems with romance.