However, the MBTI shouldn’t always be a guideline for relationships and many STJs and INFJs have very happy relationships.
As perfectionists, we INFJs work hard at our relationships to try to be the best we can be for our partner.
We aren’t perfect, that’s true, but we certainly do to be.
Ideally, since we are always on a quest for personal growth, we want a partner who is seeking this same kind of personal or spiritual growth. We have plenty of our own weaknesses, of which many of us are highly aware.
We want to see the dark and light side of a person, not just the side you What INFJs are Like in Relationships I may have painted us to be quite a demanding group of people, and maybe you’re thinking “wow! Personal weaknesses are easily overlooked, but if you degrade or criticize one of our deeply held values it’s not likely to go so well.
The SJ may tire of the INFJs flights of passion and imagination; and they may see the INFJ as being impractical, with their head in the clouds.