INFJ Relationships: 8 Reasons They Are Extraordinary And Powerful

Are you an INFJ personality type?

If so, you are one of the rarest personality types of all. INFJs make up about one to three percent of the total population.

That means when someone becomes involved with you, they are connecting with a unique, perceptive, complex, and sometimes mysterious personality.

As an INFJ, relationships are especially important to you, so it's essential that you understand yourself and what you need in a partner.

Your personality type definitely influences how you relate to other people, and understanding your type can make a huge difference in your choice of friends and romantic partners.

If you happen to be another personality type who is involved with an INFJ, bravo to you for taking time to learn about this special person in your life.

Here's the Myers Briggs Foundation's general description of INFJs:

Seek meaning and connection in ideas, relationships, and material possessions. Want to understand what motivates people and are insightful about others. Conscientious and committed to their firm values. Develop a clear vision about how best to serve the common good. Organized and decisive in implementing their vision.

Did you notice that the very first two sentences in the description reveal the INFJs keen interest in relationships?

Of all of the types, we are particularly intrigued with and motivated by our relationships with other people — especially our romantic partners.

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3 thoughts on “INFJ Relationships: 8 Reasons They Are Extraordinary And Powerful”

  1. This is wonderful knowledge and insight-thank you so much.
    Now, I know myself much better and how I approach life with my motivations. This is immensely helpful. I feel more confident and whole. It is like a light has come through the window–thank you, thank you.

  2. Hi Barrie,

    You provide a lot of salient information about “INFJ’s”.

    Typing is just a tool. We are so much more than the sum parts of a typing – no matter the typing, pardon the pun. There are other dimensions to our being that defy categorization and placement. We are more than the combination of those four blended identifiers.

    I digress – just wanted to thank you for the insights. It would be really great if a person, perhaps me, could read through your articles without having to traverse only so far before clicking on the next link — in order to find the path to more insight.

    I have a request. Please provide us more than a cursory trip through the basics, point to the purchases via a menu item; please don’t oversell this material – people are looking for answers. Do they always have to come with a price tag?

    Just a fan,



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