No. While I don't want to be in a 'romantic' relationship for pragmatic reasons (money, status, support etc.), I also care about having a healthy relationship that lasts.Some thoughts getting closer to Valentines day.
If Fi is dominant in INFP, doesn't the Fi want the infatuation, codependent, obsessive, oxytocin supercharged love over-the-top romantic experience? I thought that more emotional people would like more emotional content in their lives. Romantic ideals such as Romeo and Juliet seem to be what Fi is all about. I thought INFP like to have good feelings, so then why not aim for the best feeling? Maybe high emotionally sensitivity leads to a fear of infatuation.
Codependence doesn't sound healthy, and I do not want to be dependent on someone or for them to be dependent on me. A relationship should add to life, not limit it.
I do want limits in a relationship, and I understand it's not always emotional highs, but ultimately, a relationship should be good for both people involved, and also have a positive impact on the things they value and love, as it should be supporting that individuality.
Romeo and Juliette (I believe) chose romance over pragmatism. They loved each other, but were unable to be together due to their families having conflict with each other. They were also just teens, and they died due to misunderstanding. While Romeo and Juliette are definitely an example of romantic love, I think there are many other healthier models since romantic love has become more commonplace and acceptable. But yes, I am a romantic. I am not going to be in a relationship just because it suits other designs, but has no origin in romance or true feelings for the other person.