For instance, an INFJ can date any personality type–even an ESTP, our complete opposite–and it can be successful if the INFJ and their partner want the relationship to work. INFJs can have happy relationships with any personality type.
However, some types will probably be more compatible with INFJs than others.
They bring out the aspects of my personality that are also free thinking, independent, and creative.
Due to their magnificent intuitive abilities, ENFPs know when and how to approach more reserved personalities.
Most of my closest relationships have been with extroverts, because we balance each other in a complementary way.
I love that they are always willing to spend time with me.
INFJs seek specific qualities from partners and friends.
This article is based on my own personal experience as an INFJ and the relationships I have formed with other Myers-Briggs personality types.
ENFJ (“The Giver”)Most of my closest friends are ENFJs. It’s like we are somehow magnetically drawn to each other.
We are equally passionate and concerned about similar issues, but we go about our passions in different ways.
ENFJs have, for lack of a better term, strong personalities.
The ENFJs I have known are incredibly passionate people.