I see this with the relationships I come across in the Myers-Briggs® world as well.I’ve talked to probably hundreds of INFJs in relationships with ESTPs or ISTPs and numerous INFPs with ENTJs or ESTJs. I’ve received a request from an INFP to write a post about the INFP/ENTJ or ESTJ relationships. Namely, when we think about relationships, we typically think of feelings flowing reciprocally between partners.
This section INFP-INFP relationship is about how these two personality types come together in a relationship.
Specifically, we will be looking at the joys of this relationship as well as the struggles this relationship may have.
The INFP, or “Idealist,” is a character that has a very active imagination.
They tend to not only see the best in the people around them, but they may also be led to imagining characteristics and motives in others that simply aren’t there.
In a US Army now more memory than real, an AIT instructor used "learning curve" on the first day of class at Fort Huachuca to tell us we would not all learn at the same rate, but just the same, we would all learn. They may be hard to get to know, but will care for all those they meet.
I'm technophobic; however, the weblog phenomenon impresses me as a revolution in communication. Although a reserved type they will be appreciated for their quiet warmth. INFP males may have a hard time (especially in their youth and teens).Hence, the INFP can often be found helping individuals with special needs, disabilities, etc.They may also pursue certain artistic or religious interests with vigorous devotion.Much like the INFJ, INFPs really dislike conflict and will go to great lengths to avoid an argument and see that everyone is happy.When a conflict does arise, this persona may have a profound emotional reaction.For example, INFPs and ENTJs share the same dominant and inferior functions, but reversed.