INFPs have caused me more pain than anyone else in my life.I've heard that INTJ's and INFP's tend to be attracted to each other. So I wanted to ask what do INTJ's think of INFP's normally?
INFPs and INTJs are usually pretty good together, but you've highlighted something I've noticed several times. I know a few INTJs who were "ruined" by an INFP. As in, they took a perfectly good, confident, intelligent person and made them unable to function.INFPs have caused me more pain than anyone else in my life.
And that's because they are the only ones who know how to power down my deflector shields, even against my express wishes and without even being in my physical presence or sometimes even when they are in another room out of both sight and earshot...
Eerie, this is.
Wow! What a great friendship!Ah, I love my INFP best friend, our friendship is what I consider 'one of the most successful human interactions I've ever had'. I've known her for many years before we became seatmates last year, and when we started talking, we simply clicked together like pieces of a puzzle. We connected on a rather weird level, we'd talk about all sorts of stuff, mostly philosophy and psychology, sometimes intellectual stuff and facts because we are both very open-minded keen learners.
The weird part is although we are very close on a psychological level, we are not close on a physical level, which means we don't bump shoulders and hang out on weekends and mock each other. It's obvious we have a deep understanding of each other and a rather strong mutual respect, but then it doesn't have the usual 'best friend' quality to it, which to me is kinda refreshing.
Now even though we are in different classes and hardly talk anymore, even when we just pass by each other I don't talk to her because only 10 minutes of chatting with her would just leave me longing for more, we need to sit down together in a nice quiet place and talk for hours and hours, which we do once in a while. Another thing is that we're like our own group, we never talk about anyone else when we're together, we don't have other people in our group, we don't mix with each other's friends. I kinda like it, it makes me feel special the way I make her feel special.
I generally don't argue/debate well with INTJs, you guys tend to want PROOF of why I am feeling a certain way. When I say proof I mean an argument modeled after something like this:My father is an INFP and my EX girlfriend is an INFP as well...
i find their 'logic' very annoying because they just refuse to make sense sometimes.
I don't know if it's just me being unlucky with them but when we were arguing they feel like they cannot win the argument by making sense so they try to suppress me with their feelings. eventually i started communicating with them on a very basic level.
and the relationship with my ex gf was very exhausting for me, it took me a couple of months to rehabilitate from it.
in general it seemed like their life is a mess and they are forcing themselves to go in a random direction without thinking much about where they go. even though, i'd like to admit that some conversations with them were quite interesting.
Yeah, I like you guys, most of the time anyway, you're sensitive but good fun to be around. INTPs seem to have a tendency to randomly explode though and say quite hurtful things, which is a bit disconcerting...I've heard that INTJ's and INFP's tend to be attracted to each other. So I wanted to ask what do INTJ's think of INFP's normally?