INFJs Should Try Dating These Types of People


Nine Types of People INFJs Should Try Dating Dating for the INFJ personality type can feel
forced and awkward. Rather than casually date, INFJs often judge
each potential partner based on a quick, intuitive hunch. When people don’t live up to the INFJ’s
ideals, they won’t even get a first date. Because we are self aware and growth oriented,
we INFJs often think we know the type of person who is best for us. However, if we don’t have much dating or
relationship experience, it’s hard to know what the perfect partner for us actually looks
like. First impressions can be deceiving, even for
the INFJ. The more you allow yourself to spend time
with people who may not be your typical “type,” the more you learn from them. Here are the nine types of people you should
try dating, or at least get to know, as an INFJ. 1. The Revolutionary Dreamer Likely an INFP or ENFP INFJs are idealists. We want to change the world. But we spend so much time trying to understand
issues from every perspective that we can easily lose track of our ultimate mission. The Revolutionary Dreamer knows what’s important
to them, and they stand up for their beliefs with bold intensity. They will take the INFJ’s hand and lead
them into the battle for what is right, encouraging them to care less about what everyone else
thinks of them. INFJs admire the way the Revolutionary Dreamer
speaks out against anything that isn’t in line with their moral compass. 2. The Quiet Confidant Likely an ISFJ or fellow INFJ INFJs spend a lot of time being there for
others. We sometimes forget how important it is to
have someone who truly wants to be there for us. While we may be attracted to charm and bravado,
we shouldn’t take other compassionate and serene types for granted. The Quiet Confidant is an excellent partner
for the INFJ. They can help the INFJ feel comfortable sharing
their thoughts, ideas, and dreams without judgment. This type wants to give their INFJ exactly
what the INFJ gives to everyone else, the space to be heard. An INFJ in a relationship with a Quiet Confidant
may feel like they are truly heard for the first time in their life. The Quiet Confidant teaches the INFJ to value
their own voice and encourages them to share their ideas with the world. 3. The Assertive Go-Getter Likely an ENTJ or ESTJ INFJs are visionaries. We’re often confident in what we want in
life, but we struggle to see our dreams into reality. The Assertive Go-Getter knows what they want,
and they chase it with full force. This type isn’t afraid to demand what they
deserve and encourages the INFJ to do the same. The Assertive Go-Getter can help their INFJ
realize a clear action plan to achieve what they want in life. This type encourages the INFJ not to allow
fear or doubt to get in the way of their dreams. The INFJ admires the Assertive Go-Getter’s
diligence and hard work, and from observation, can incorporate these skills into their own
life. 4. The Confident Debater Likely an ENTP or INTJ INFJs are rarely apathetic. We tend to have strong opinions and beliefs,
but we keep these to ourselves for fear of hurting or offending someone else. The Confident Debater expresses their views
with a calculated confidence that is particularly attractive to the INFJ. The Confident Debater isn’t timid when it
comes to discussing controversial topics, like politics and religion. In fact, they encourage these sort of conversations,
and with the right conversationalist, the results can be extremely constructive. With a Confident Debater by their side, INFJs
can learn to view ideologies as necessary systems separate from their emotional involvement. 5. The Practical Planner Likely an ISTJ or ESFJ INFJs are dreamers. We spend so much time in our heads that we
often forget the practical necessities of everyday life. A Practical Planner will hold their INFJ’s
hand and gently bring them back down to earth when needed. These types learn from the past, live in the
moment, and plan for the future with realistic caution. They can help the INFJ assess their goals
and dreams from a realistic perspective and plan practical steps forward. The Practical Planner is ever loyal and can
help the idealistic INFJ learn the value of commitment and hard work, even when things
aren’t ideal. 6. The Spontaneous Adventurer Likely an ESFP or ISTP INFJs are planners. We’re not adverse to new experiences, but
we prefer having time to prepare for them. We’ll go skydiving, but not without talking
to several people about the experience, reading online forums, and going over our predetermined
Q&A with the instructor before getting on the plane. The Spontaneous Adventurer pushes their INFJ
way outside the limitations of their comfort zone. This type can help the INFJ live in and enjoy
the moment. They encourage the INFJ to try new things,
even if they scare them, especially if they scare them! 7. The Free-Spirited Creator Likely an ISFP or ESTP Creativity is important for the INFJ. However, when it comes to creative pursuits,
INFJs often struggle with self-doubt and perfectionism. The Free-Spirited Creator can help the INFJ
find what it is that truly fascinates them and teach them how to turn this fascination
into a creative passion. The Free-Spirited Creator realizes that creative
fulfillment is in the journey, not the destination. This is an important lesson for the INFJ who
is always looking toward the future. The Free-Spirited Creator encourages the INFJ
to live in the moment and see beauty in the tiniest details. 8. The Quirky Good Guy or Girl Likely an ENFJ or INTP INFJs are always aware of the energies and
motivations of other people. This awareness causes them to mimic the behaviors
of others, and they reserve their true character for people they feel completely comfortable
around. The Quirky Good Guy or Girl may also be aware
of what other people think, but they don’t let this hold them back from being who they
truly are. This type can help the INFJ embrace their
unconventional nature and encourage them to let their true personality shine. The Quirky Good Guy or Girl loves the INFJ
because of, not in spite of, their weirdness. They can help the INFJ realize that their
strange qualities are what make them special. 9. The Best Friend Any personality type The best type for an INFJ is not one type
at all. INFJs can learn and grow from any personality
type, in different ways. While INFJs should be open to relationships
with various kinds of people, ultimately your goal should be to end up with the Best Friend. The Best Friend is the person who supports
your goals and dreams. They take the time to understand what motivates
you, excites you, challenges you, and hurts you. They know how to make you laugh, and they’ll
listen to you with patience when you cry. The Best Friend will challenge you to be your
best self, even if it’s uncomfortable, because they want what’s best for you. They value what you have to teach them as
much as what they can teach you. They see you as an equal and give you the
respect you deserve. They love you, because you’re their best
friend too. All in all, that’s The 9 Types of People INFJs
Should Try Dating. Really cool information isn’t it! Please share your thoughts and experiences
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