A Guide to INFP Relationship Compatibility With Other Personality Types
This section INFP-ESTJ relationship is about how these two personality types come together in a relationship. Specifically, we will be looking at the joys of this . Because one INFP is different to another. But for me myself, ESTJ is the common people I meet. Very simple relationship, as long as you can go to shopping and. An old photo taken in (before we knew that we'd be marrying complete opposites!). (Sam's explaining the health benefits of Klondike bars.).
Struggles Thinkers may hurt Feelers with their straightforward and sometimes tactless words; Feelers tend to take words personally; so when the Thinker provides negative feedback, it always evokes a larger than expected reaction from the Feeler.
Thinkers may not understand the Feeler's desire for harmony and hence avoidance of conflict.
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Thinkers often misinterpret Feeler's behavior and deem them complicated. Feelers also tend to show affection much more naturally and sometimes they may feel their Thinking counterparts don't show enough of it; they may feel unfulfilled in the relationship. Judging-Perceiving Joys Judgers enjoy making decisions for the relationship while Perceivers are happy just to let Judgers do so.
Perceivers are happy to go with the flow according to the Judger's opinions, and they are generally okay with most casual decisions. Because of their organized and scheduled nature, Judgers bring a stability and order to the otherwise messy and spontaneous lives of Perceivers - something that the Perceivers greatly appreciate. Perceivers, on the other hand, help Judgers to lighten up and see the fun side of life, bidding them to be less serious and uptight about everything - something that the Judgers know they need a reminder of.
Struggles However, Judgers find Perceivers to be too passive and casual with their indecisiveness - Sometimes this gets on the nerves of Judgers.
Judgers find that Perceivers care little about household organization, something which they value highly. Perceivers are likely to mess up the house because they don't like to keep things neat and orderly at least in the Judger's eyes - this of course drives Judgers crazy. Judgers may also find the Perceiver's lack of planning and scheduling to be irritating; they may try to organize the Perceiver's life as a result - this of course, is a mistake and something that Perceivers do not always appreciate.
However, personality dynamics are more complex than this. Because they "are unable to protect and take care of each other's weak point. Just type in Jung personality test and do it. It is healing in a ddep way. Somehow seeing it laid out. Seeing who I am being understood by science And who he is too. I'm not saying and have never been saying that my way is more right. Just trying to understand the dynamics. The last of the article says that when the partners break apart they feel saved and released.
Weary has been my word. To be with him I have to be something else.
And, my personality can do it It's not a way to live day to day. That's why those times away are so desperately important to me. That's why it's such a relief to not have to go hang on his arm and be at the parties now They are great listeners and make good communicators.
They tend to find good, even in the worst of situations and people as a whole. The only problem they may face is, keeping in touch with reality. They can get engrossed in their thoughts, so much so, that they land up in their 'dreamland' which is nothing but perfect! Friends and family need to alert and shake them from their fantasies, and get them back to the real world.
Talking about their weaknesses, INFPs are very sensitive and less likely to bear criticism. Another thing about INFPs is that, they may get uncomfortable in social encounters.
They need some time and space to adjust themselves to foreign elements, be it people, places, or things. They are ready for change, and would appreciate it, if their partner has some extrovertish traits, which would enhance their social life.
With similar traits and a belief in long-lasting relationships, they would make an ideal couple. LoveBondings further tells you about their compatibility with other personality types.
INFPs adore the idea of being in love.