Intuitive types represent only 35 percent of the population, so when they meet it is often exciting and refreshing to find another who thinks in the same way they do.
Since NTs are predominantly thinking types, they can balance out the emotional and sensitive qualities of INFJs. F difference can also cause issues in relationships.
At the same time, INFJs also like to assume the best and can be extremely gullible.
INFJs are adept at nonverbal communication (eye gaze, touching, body language, etc.).
For most INFJs, omitting or distorting information is equivalent to lying, and at the very least will rouse their suspicion.
INFJs have an acute sensitivity for stories which don’t quite fit.
An INFJ will see if you ‘fit’ into their world, and they’ll bend their own rules if they really like you.
INFJs tend to have very high standards, but are also very accepting once they trust you and know you’re safe. This isn’t to say that they can get into a heated argument, in fact INFJs avoid conflict, however they are easily hurt and feel very deeply.
INFJs have an extremely complex internal value system.
As INTJs intuitively form impressions about the world, they naturally want to express them via their auxiliary Te.
And because INTJs often prefer expressing themselves orally rather than in writing, they seek out others interested in hearing their knowledge and insights (they resemble INFJs in this respect).
INTJs’ dominant function is Introverted Intuition (Ni).
In order to better understand how INTJs approach dating and romantic relationships, it is necessary to consider the potential impact and implications of their four primary personality functions (Ni, Te, Fi, Se).
They’re effective workers because they’re skilled at planning projects and carrying them out efficiently.