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INTJ Relationships (With Each Myers Briggs Type)

INTJ INTJ Compatibility

As stated in the intro, INTJs are statistically more likely than average to shack up with a fellow INTJ. INTJ relationships with other INTJs are likely to be very beneficial partnerships where each half shares a fair and equal share of the task. Their responsible natures will ensure that household duties and responsibilities will be handled diligently. INTJs love other INTJs as housemates because their sensibilities are so in sync that they don’t have to coerce the other into their way of doing things. They keep their spaces organized and tidy and they respect each other’s need for quiet and privacy.

This match may seem boring and passionless, but INTJ can be very romantic and flirtatious when they try to be. Whether dating an INTJ guy or dating an INTJ woman, this couple will enjoy sharing their private worlds with one another. They will not lose themselves in the relationship though and each INTJ will hold on to their independent identities and interests. They will likely have interesting hobbies and passions that compete for their time and sometimes they may need to make an effort to devote more attention to their relationship.

These two INTJs will connect through conversation which will often be populated with discussions about interesting things they’ve discovered. They will each appreciate one another’s honesty and can rely on their partner to give them constructive criticism they can count on. They can occupy the same room and quietly enjoy each other’s company whilst tending to their separate activities.

INTJ INTJ Relationship Problems

Sometimes INTJs can be very argumentative especially when under stress. They may not show or let on that something is bugging them unless they are pressed by their partner to do so. INTJs prefer to deal with their own internal strife independently free of interference from others – sometimes even that of their own partners. They may at times run the risk of alienating their partners and making them feel snubbed or undervalued as a source of counsel and support.

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  • 1 comment

    1. !!!!!!!!!

      Honestly, being an INTJ is just sad. Especially if you fall “in love” with an ENFP. Because ENFPs are amazing and cuddly. But sometimes they just disappear without telling you and you don’t know what you did wrong(when really you didn’t do anything wrong). They just need to be social.

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