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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    It's hard enough finding an INFJ, it's even more difficult finding one with similar enough values...
    Forget about type... similar principles and values are way more important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    Forget about type... similar principles and values are way more important.
    Eh, just going with the theme. Similar principles and values is always what I'm looking for first, they're just hard to find in the appropreate configurations.
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    I can't say that I know very many INFJs. However, the one that I do know, I love quite a bit. She happens to be my best friend and we've known each other for around six or so years now. We get along great in most things. We've learned how to be more patient with each other in areas where we still don't quite agree. And there are occasional arguments. Despite that, we know that we're still friends and that we'll have each other's back no matter what. She allows me to become a little more focused without making me feel like I'm the smallest speck out there and it seems I allow her to express her emotions without fear of being judged. And I truly appreciate that. So, it is possible to have a good relationship.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GinKuusouka View Post
    I can't say that I know very many INFJs. However, the one that I do know, I love quite a bit. She happens to be my best friend and we've known each other for around six or so years now. We get along great in most things. We've learned how to be more patient with each other in areas where we still don't quite agree. And there are occasional arguments. Despite that, we know that we're still friends and that we'll have each other's back no matter what. She allows me to become a little more focused without making me feel like I'm the smallest speck out there and it seems I allow her to express her emotions without fear of being judged. And I truly appreciate that. So, it is possible to have a good relationship.
    I'm going to go out on a limb here and assume she's talking about me But everything she's said is about true, there. You have to expect that there will be some disagreements, however, when there is true understanding then there is little to really worry about when they come along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoryOfMyLife View Post
    I'm going to go out on a limb here and assume she's talking about me But everything she's said is about true, there. You have to expect that there will be some disagreements, however, when there is true understanding then there is little to really worry about when they come along.
    haha Yes. I was talking about you, though you did know that. It's good to have mirrors that can also help us learn to grow. I believe it's the best kind of relationship in life.
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    i dated an INFJ for about 4 years. it was a relationship that had a lot of ups and downs. He was very emotional, even more so than i am, and he was very,very, very moody, however, we had great chemistry and shared similar values. I'd say he was the best match i've had yet. He was romantic and i miss that now that i have a robot. lol
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    any type can work with any type.

    now to answer the question, it could work quite nicely. there might be a lack of communication but i dont see why not.
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    I love INFPs. I call about six people "best friend" and like four of them are INFP.

    That said, I have never wanted to rip one's clothes off. Even the hot ones don't ignite the flame of my passions.
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    I wouldn't do it. It's one of the few relationship with another N that I really don't find all that appealing. But hey it works for some people so if iy's your thing why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GinKuusouka View Post
    haha Yes. I was talking about you, though you did know that. It's good to have mirrors that can also help us learn to grow. I believe it's the best kind of relationship in life.
    I thought as much.
    For the record [in case anybody is wondering] we're talking about a friendship-relationship. But either way, I feel friendship is a requirement of any close relationship in order to understand one another.

    Mirrors help us learn to grow as people, yet those opposite of such can be just as helpful. Life is an experience in its own right- we should take what it offers, what those we meet offer to us, and learn as much as we are able.
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