What INFJs Want In Relationships Is the perfect soulmate too much to ask for? One of the struggles of being an INFJ is that of being a true idealist and a perfectionist.While we are very warm, affirming people by nature – we also tend to be over-achievers in relationships.I’ve been putting off writing about the INFJ and compatibility in relationships for a while.Maybe it’s because I felt like it would be a little conceited to talk about how awesome INFJs are in relationships when I am one.Friends or colleagues who have known them for years may find sides emerging which come as a surprise.
They are highly private people, with an unusually rich, complicated inner life.
The MBTI® can tell us where potential strengths and weaknesses lie, but it does not say ‘avoid this type / be with that type’.
There are pluses and minuses to any relationship, and people within a type can vary so much based on upbringing and environment.
Drenth INFJs are “old souls.” Many grow up feeling wiser than would be predicted by their chronological age.
They tend to feel happiest and most fulfilled when helping and enlightening others through their insights.