Since a common topic here is picking at relationships with different types, do guys think a INFJ/INFP relationship would be too I've been looking over this page linked in another discussion and this bit about Ni struck me in. Be careful about dating an INFP if you are a person who loves doing not lashing out in anger or hurting the other person because it feels. What is perhaps unique about INFPs and INFJs in relationship is they can feel like Siamese twins, or reflective yet conjoined images of one another.
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This is especially if they have similar viewpoints on certain issues, they will find chemistry with each other. 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. Feeling-Feeling Both parties are attracted to each other's warmth, sensitivity and kindness to each other's needs.
Both will likely enjoy their expressiveness and natural affection with each other.
Both Feeling types tend to recognize and consider their partner's needs and try to meet them. Hence there is usually high level of harmony in the relationship. Struggles Because both value some level of harmony, they may store up unhappy feelings inside and not share openly.
Except, actual people love playing piano and reading poetry out loud to their love. There is honestly nothing better than this. They embrace it too. Handling conflict with kid gloves INFPs want nothing more than to be happy and make their partners happy. We want everyone to win. This makes the unavoidable conflict of being in a relationship difficult because it hurts us not only to be hurt but also to see our partners hurt and know that we are the culprits.
Yes, in relationships we should have fights, but we should use them to grow and improve. We need partners who will remain calm and not say things in anger that will be difficult for us to forget after the fight is over.
Work towards resolving the conflict, not lashing out in anger or hurting the other person because it feels better momentarily. Physical touch INFPs love touching and being touched.
They will cherish the mate who sees the INFP for who they are, and respects their unique style and perspectives. The INFP is not likely to be overly jealous or possessive, and is likely to respect their mate's privacy and independence.
In fact, the INFP is likely to not only respect their mate's perspectives and goals, but to support them with loyal firmness.
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In general, INFPs are warmly affirming and loving partners who make the health of their relationships central in their lives. Although cautious in the beginning, they become firmly loyal to their committed relationships, which are likely to last a lifetime. They take their relationships very seriously, and will put forth a great deal of effort into making them work.
How did we arrive at this? Let your bending in the archer's hand be for gladness; For even as He loves the arrow that flies, so He loves also the bow that is stable. They accept and enjoy the parental role, seeing it as the natural extension of their value systems.
They make use of the parental role for developing and defining their values further, and consider it their task to pass their values on to their children.INFJ-INFP Relationship: Part I
They take their role quite seriously. Warm, affirming, and flexible, the INFP generally makes a gentle and easy-going parent in many respects. INFPs do not like conflict situations, and will keep themselves flexible and diverse to promote a positive, conflict-free environment in their home. The INFP is not naturally prone to dole out punishment or discipline, and so is likely to adapt to their mate's disciplinary policy, or to rely on their mates to administer discipline with the children.
In the absence of a mating parent, the INFP will need to make a conscious effort of creating a structure for their children to live within. Although the INFP dislikes punishing others, they hold strong values and will not tolerate the violation of a strongly-held belief. If they feel that their child has truly committed a wrong, the INFP parent will not have a problem administering discipline.
They will directly confront the child, stubbornly digging in their heels and demanding recourse. The INFP parent is likely to value their children as individuals, and to give them room for growth.
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They will let the children have their own voice and place in the family. Extremely loving and devoted parents, INFPs will fiercely protect and support their children. If there is an issue involving "taking sides", you can bet the INFP will always be loyal to their children. INFPs are usually remembered by their children as loving, patient, devoted, and flexible parents.