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INTJ Relationships (With Each Myers Briggs Type)

INTJ ENFP Compatibility

The ENFP is said to be the most ideal match for INTJs. These two share a fondness for intuitive thinking and possess an interest in unusual and unconventional ideas and solutions. They use their creativity to solve problems and so they will likely to see eye to eye in regards to how they approach most things in life. They have notable differences however, but these will more likely be an asset in the relationship rather than a hindrance. The ENFP has many strengths particularly in the social arena from which the INTJ may benefit. The INTJ is capable of extraverting themselves convincingly but the ENFP can help them extend on this and be their personal guide who takes the lead in social situations.

INTJs are likely to admire the ENFP’s ease with socializing as well as their congenial personality which helps the INTJ lighten up as well. Because ENFPs can be very flirtatious, this can run the risk of arousing jealousy in their INTJ mate. ENFP’s have strong moral centers however, so most likely than not, the INTJ should have nothing to worry about. Both types value loyalty and virtue and they aim to live up to what they believe is right ethically. The ENFP may be intrigued and fascinated by the controlled and impassive demeanor that the INTJ tends to exude. ENFPs often enjoy the challenge of figuring people out and trying to understand them and their perspective. They enjoy the INTJ’s stable presence as well as their deeply thoughtful and competent natures.

INTJ ENFP Relationship Problems

The INTJ’s preference for structure and commitment to responsibilities may cause the ENFP to feel a little hemmed in, guilty or pressured at times. ENFPs are not as decisive or reliable in terms of their ability to follow through on commitments. This may draw criticism from the INTJ if they feel let down or disappointed by the ENFP’s failure to take these things as seriously as they do. Like all perceiving types, ENFPs like to keep their options open for as long as possible and they may postpone decisions or abandon them if they feel it might corner them into something they might regret later. They are not as comfortable with binding decisions and for this reason they may be a little slower to committing to the idea marriage as compared to the INTJ.

Related post: why INTJs Love ENFPs

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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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