[ENTJ] male ENTJs + female INFPs
She's an INFP and I was wondering how well does that personality type I know a married couple (male INFP and female ENTJ) that have a. This section INFP-ENTJ relationship is about how these two personality types come together in a relationship. I came to the realization that I am a true ENTJ and I'm a woman to boot! to be a well rounded ENTJ, the only ones who can handle you is an INFP or INFJ. . Dating another INTJ/ENTJ will push you to be your best self and you don't need to.
Both tend to enjoy each other's uniqueness, not just in viewpoints but also in fashion, tastes and so on. Because both parties enjoy talking about the future, their conversations will more often revolve around future hopes and dreams and exciting possibilities.
Struggles However, they may lack interest in everyday living, hence if they are a married couple, household duties may tend to be neglected. Even if they attempt to take care of household, they may still miss important details in its maintenance.
The partner that has to be constantly responsible for the everyday maintenance may feel resentment or unfulfilled. A good balance can be achieved with proper delegation of duties or with the hiring of a domestic helper. Thinking-Feeling Joys Thinker will be attracted to the Feeler's compassion and warmth toward Thinker and others, which Thinker may find lacking in self.
Feeler is attracted to the objective, tough-minded Thinker who can take and give criticism without taking offense. The Thinker-Feeler partnership will provide all rounded perspectives, considering people, values and logical consequences when making important decisions.
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.
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. There were some serious rough patches though for both of us.
An ENTJ And A INFP--Good Match Or No?
This is the thing that took work for us as well - communication. I find I can usually listen very well, but find it difficult to contribute logical opinions I care more about people than logic. We seem to communicate on different wave lengths. Ask them if they are happy regularly.
There's no such thing as a "perfect match" but there is such a thing as having better chemistry with others. Now as for the mentioned "clingy and insecurities" I don't mind knowing that my mate would have a need to be attached, it's flattering but I foresee jealousy being a problem as I am gregarious and extremely social and flirtatious.
The support you give's awesome. I completely could go for that even if it's not as consistent.
Gestures like that are great; warms my heart. And I do expect some serious rough patches but my determination's never to quit and a good thing for me is that I'm very blessed with being a good communicative person.
She is a phenomenal writer and is affluent with words and is fairly open. We have lively conversations about philosophy and the reasons behind our beliefs. I just find her very alluring; but I have no idea how to approach her. It is one thing for me to talk about academia, but I would feel completely out of place if I had to talk about feelings or compliment her, or even make small talk.
I have learned a lot about myself and about people in general from their unique perspective, and have mellowed me out a tad. I honestly couldn't say what I have given them in return though, I feel like for most of the friendship I have been a cynical thick skulled headcase who has always thought he was right and wanted to show it.