A simple apology to this INFJ might do wonders, if you're sincere. And even if it doesn't work out in a relationship, I'm sure the INFJ would appreciate it. I would.Well I can't speak for every INTJ, but in my case no types are attracted - not even INTJ women.
In fact I have come to the conclusion that I'm incompatible with the female gender - not because there is anything wrong with women but because I simply cannot make them interested. I don't consider myself unattractive or a bad person: I just don't have any charisma in the eye of a woman. I'm not sad or complaining here - I'm past that part - I'm just stating the facts. I'm not very good with social codes, don't connect easily with strangers, am not very good with small talk and in most cases I prefer to be alone and just do my thing (which I get very focused and intense about). I rarely, if ever, take social initiatives and I have no desires to fit into or follow the male gender role of doing all the work that is "supposed" of men when it comes to romantic encounters or chases. The time-spent/reward-gained -ratio is simply too close to infinity to be interesting to me. The nail in the coffin was probably when I, little less than a year ago, completely screwed up what to me was an "ideal situation" with a female INFJ who I got close to. In retrospect I'm still having a hard time accepting that I'm so socially dyslectic as I am...