, the INFJ is among the most highly dissatisfied personality types when it comes to romantic relationships.At first blush, we might be tempted to ascribe this to their perfectionism and, to some extent, this may be warranted.With that said, it often feels unnatural, for NFJs to carefully censor or restrain their judgments, since this forces them into the uncomfortable position of handling their emotions and judgments inwardly, thereby functioning more like NFPs than NFJs.One of the stickier contexts for NFJs to deliver their judgments is romantic relationships.Aren’t INFJs and ENFJs supposed to be masters of human dealings, interpersonal communication, etc.?
They are typically better received in situations where people have voluntarily sought the NFJ’s advice (e.g., a counseling session) or when directed toward a broader audience (e.g., an NFJ pastor or speaker).
It was only my fourth date with the guy, but until then, he'd seemed perfect: an intelligent 23-year-old with blond hair, visible maturity, and the derring-do to wear a pink button-up. , categorizes people into 16 different, four-letter personality types, where each letter represents a preference between two modes of thinking—extroverted (E) versus introverted (I); sensing (S) versus intuitive (N); thinking (T) versus feeling (F); and judging (J) versus perceiving (P).
He was a Southern gentleman just missing the bow tie, and I was his girly companion in pink, white, and red. I'm an ENFJ, and he, as an ISTJ, thought pretty differently than me.
Teacher-pupil relationships may work okay for a while.
NFJs can be passionate about helping an eager pupil grow and develop over time.
Not only that, but NFJs’ readily and strongly extravert their evaluations and judgments a la Fe.