Just like with relationship compatibility, when it comes to MBTI friendships, some types may naturally get along better than others. But what type of friend are they? Here is a look at the kind of friend you are based on Myers-Briggs type.
INFP can be very bashful and so forming friendships may be challenging for them. Of the friendships they do build, they are likely to cherish and cling to them tightly. As a friend, INFPs are warm and laid back but may also be territorial. They can sometimes get jealous when seeing their friends spending time with other people. At the same time, their need for personal space may cause them to go AWOL occasionally. INFPs are highly supportive and loyal though and are a trustworthy confidante to their pals. They can place themselves in other people’s shoes and feel what they’re going through. When INFPs get hurt though (and they get hurt easily) they may clam up and internalize rather than express. Friends who know them well can sense when something is wrong, but it can take some effort to get INFP to spill the beans.Continue reading
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