I think I've seen other types do this, but am wondering if the more empathic have too. Naive to suppose it's not possible.
INFJs are generally empathic.
Some INFJs have had a tendency to want to keep another's company if only because of loneliness and 'still want the love' but other than that might not really like and want the other around.
A true friend is wholeheartedly 'in or invested' for their INFJ friend.
Not really into another person, but still want them around for the love, the INFJ expresses increased criticism toward the 'unwanted' yet convenient friend, expresses increased discomfort in spite of convenience sake, the temperament becoming more and more irritable that after a lot of time and insults reaction is incited from the hurt friend. After that this continues as gradually the loyal friend is pushed until 'Wham!', Doorslam. They are pushed out.
The thing is, is it known in advance that eventually there will be a doorslam toward the friend, and they sort of perhaps passively condition the doorslam outcome?
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