That is the one and only area that makes me question my suitability of an ENTP/INFJ relationship, even if we both fall hard and fast there needs to be continual growth of feeling, too much too soon makes me feel suffocated. If I think my partner has fallen too fast or is revealing too much emotion my thoughts would be that he doesnít see the real me, he canít because that takes time, so Iíd see it as fake, more like infatuation and I'd worry that unless he slowed down he wouldn't get to know me.
I can certainly understand what you are saying. It would seem artificial if one expressed a lot of emotion amiably, if they didn't know why...it would feel like a sort of reversal...then this (deductively)..not to sound like a math equation here...but it would seem like a vaccuum of thought and therefore artificial...emptiness with no genuiness..
I am in love with an INFJ...we both like each other.
..Does the INFJ know by intuition if they like the ENTP...followed later, perhaps weeks later with the reason why they like or may be in love with the ENTP?
Does an INFJ express desire first, and slowly fall in love with the ENTP? Does the natural progression usually transpire into love where ENTP and INFJ 'meet' later with desire, thought and emotion developed to a point where then both know they were made for each other?
This reminds me of a quote: "If love does not know how to give and take without restrictions, it is not love, but a transaction that never fails to lay stress on a plus and a minus"
-sorry don't remember the author's name at the moment
"..And the eight and final rule: If this is your first time at Fight Club, you have to fight."
'Men are meant to be with women. The rest is perversion and mental illness.'