This.Hm personally I like pleasing my boyfriend (not just sexually! ) and I'm willing to make sacrifices for it because it is important to me.As long as he respects me of course. I used to have an INTJ boyfriend actually :happy:
Oh, really? We make good spouses? Not sure how to comment/analyze this statement. I am married to an INFP and I am an INFP. I thought I was a damned good spouse...we have been married a very long time...but things have gone very sour lately. Nowadays, I am simply looking for the best exit strategy.I have heard that INFP relationships are more likely to be happy than any other type's relationships.
Why do you think this is? What do you do and not do in a relationship that makes it work.
Describes my experience exactly, but with the addition of an affair on his side. Oh, and he claims that I was the one not doing the loving and appreciating. That was his "reason" for having the affair.Wish my XSTJ husband agreed with this! As long as I felt appreciated, I was willing to do anything for him, sacrifice anything for him. He was the most important person or thing in my universe. He took me for granted, though, and would rather hang out with his friends. Not just sometimes, which I would encourage because it made him happy, but ALL THE TIME!! I could rant on and on about times I felt abandoned, but I won't. I was simply a housekeeper/cook to him. And after he was no longer pleased with me, but only finding fault (especially after I became pregnant and oh-so-sick), I lost my desire to please him. We've stayed together for the kids, and he's a workaholic, now. Sorry for the rant. My point is, as long as I feel loved and appreciated, I give my ALL. As soon as I feel criticised and unloved, I give up. I believe that is a typical INFP trait.
I completely agree.My point is, as long as I feel loved and appreciated, I give my ALL. As soon as I feel criticised and unloved, I give up. I believe that is a typical INFP trait.
Wow! you sound too good to be true! :laughing:We're just SUPER nice people!! We think about other people's needs, consider how they're feeling, often put their needs before our own, enjoy doing nice things for our partner, are extremely supportive, never rub it in when they're down, love our partners deeply, and are super loyal.
I'm not arrogant because that would be a fault...and I have no faults :wink:
Nah, I hear ENFJ's are supposed to be our perfect matches so you guys must be pretty darn fabulous. Lucky husband of yours!
I have been the recipient of at least a couple of poems, and I can say that it is a most flattering thing to receive. Unfortunately I didn't fancy them but still the poems were lovely, and brought a big smile to my face.I sent so many messages of lovely poetry to my partners :laughing: