Kind and affirming, they make others feel safe around them and tend to have a good many insights into people.Since INFJs also happen to be an creative lot, their insights emerge creatively in the form of literature, poetry, illustration, blog posts, etc.By Elaine Schallock, INFJ With any pairing, the likelihood of success of a relationship must include consideration of the personal growth of each partner.Looking strictly at the Myers-Briggs personality type pairing can give one some predictable guidance regarding compatibility, but it is that tricky question of personal growth and individuation that can steer even a theoretically good typological match into pure catastrophe, or a potentially poor one toward harmony and success.As fellow introverted intuitives, INFP’s and INFJ’s rejection of superficialities and first appearances gives them a feeling of camaraderie and intimacy.They are both adept at recognizing hidden meanings and symbolic references.
Myers-Briggs test scores show where an individual’s personality lies along each continuum, with capital letters used to identify the dominant traits.
Introversion-Extraversion The introvert (I) needs privacy and solitude, generally avoids large social gatherings, and is happiest either alone or in the company of one or two good friends.
The extravert (E) gets uneasy when alone too much, seeks the company of others, and enjoys mingling.
The Myers-Briggs Inventory was first published in 1975.
Its practical applications have been expanding ever since—in schools and colleges, business, counselors’ offices, and other settings.