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    A_priori
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    Default INFJ guys, what kind of girls do you end up with?

    So being an INFJ male myself, I am curious to know what kind of girls do other INFJ males find themselvs with? I find for myself, I tend to end up in relationships where my partner is co dependent. I guess I get involved in the relationships that allow me to be the directive one and have the safty net of being less needy. Lol, I guess it's kinda silly but seriously the more I think about it, the more I wonder what kind of partners do other INFJ males find themselves with??

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    Well I guess this goes to show how many INFJ males there are on this forum. Hmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by A_priori View Post
    Well I guess this goes to show how many INFJ males there are on this forum. Hmm
    Haha there are a few INFJ males here. You can summon them if you wish to by using the @ function. Some of the ones I've encountered are - Peguy, Evan, Billy, Apollanaut, Skyward Skyward...

    Hmmm.... come to think of it they (except Peguy) aren't that active at all.

    Sorry A_priori you are indeed almost alone.

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    lol, I kind of figured so..

    Thank you Riva for the response!

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    Most of the relationships I've been in could also be classified as co-dependent. I imagine this stems from the INFJ's deep desire to help and empower those around them. Ni allows us to see issues, and Fe gives us the ability to communicate those issues in a compassionate way. I've dated an INFP for 3 years, ENFJ for 2 years, ENTP for 1 year, and an INTP for 3 months. Each relationship had it's advantages and disadvantages. Though, if you end up dating an INTP I'd encourage some reading about them. In my singular 3 month experience, her emotional side was incredibly absent and I was taken aback when learning that she was not emotionally attached to me at all. (relatively speaking)

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    You should have tried an ENFP. We're yummy all over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Esoteric Wench View Post
    You should have tried an ENFP. We're yummy all over.

    I bet they are! What's your flavor?

    I've always been very drawn to INFPs and ENFPs, more so INFPs so far. The only relationship I've been in was with an INFP, it was her first relationship as well. It lasted for three years, and was quite wonderful, though not perfect of course.

    10/10 would totally do it again.
    Quote Originally Posted by a24kar View Post
    Most of the relationships I've been in could also be classified as co-dependent. I imagine this stems from the INFJ's deep desire to help and empower those around them. Ni allows us to see issues, and Fe gives us the ability to communicate those issues in a compassionate way.
    Yep yep!

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    My sister is married to an INFJ. She is EXTJ.

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    a lot with infps, although the best relationships i've had have been with intj and entp. i find T calming, especially when it is coming from emotionally intelligent nt types. i have been with ones who have been wise, patient, and giving. feeling confident about the collective problem-solving ability when dealing with pragmatic and self-based issues is a pretty awesome feeling. it motivates me to keep doing my best, because i believe in the potential.

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    My SO is another INFJ. I love her to pieces.
    My heart belongs to Sea Girl28.

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