Each personality type has their own way of flirting and connecting with others. When it comes to romance not everyone approaches it the same or even shares the same relationship values. INFJs have a very unique approach to romantic entanglements, but they do value them very much. Some INFJs might be hesitant when it comes to romance, even though most can peg them as affectionate and open people. In truth INFJs keep so much to themselves and have many layers which make it difficult for them to feel comfortable really opening up to someone, even if they like them very much. INFJs actually struggle more when it comes to flirting with someone they truly like.
INTJ + ENTJ relationships, compatibility, dating
They are empathic, introspective, imaginative, have rich inner worlds and they also happen to make devoted partners, friends and activists for justice. They also tend to be on the complex side. INFJs are known for their extremes and their romanticism is no exception. These types make great partners because they can be incredibly thoughtful, warm and attuned to your needs. You may be surprised at how much they carefully take into account your thoughts, opinions, and surprise you with their ability to remember what matters to you. However, it takes a lot for them to settle down. There is nothing that turns them on more than a partner who can engage in witty banter, satisfy them in bed and excite them mentally.
So You’re Dating a Protagonist (ENFJ)
ENFJs like to be in strong romantic relationships and tend to take an almost businesslike approach to finding a partner. They evaluate people carefully for compatibility, and once in a relationship will dedicate themselves to it and to meeting the needs of the other person. To an ENFJ, this allows them to exercise their natural desire to look after people and it makes them happy to have someone they can do this for over the long term.
Well, for this ENFJ , love has been… a battlefield. This trait has helped me in countless areas of my life—sports, education, my career, even art. At all.