If she is constantly late to meet you, it means that she doesn't respect you. Don't torture yourself, break it off. If she has a habit of being late, she will always be late. Don't buy into the fantasy that she'll be on time later for anything, important or not.
Have some respect for yourself. drop her.
If you were indeed important to her, she wouldn't be late. Why? Because one is never late for the thing that one wants.
Explaining her behavior through typology is another way of excusing her behavior. You don't need that drama.
"People often say that this or that person has not yet found himself. But the self is not something one finds; it is something one creates." - Thomas Szasz
And your insight into the matter was remarkable, you as an INTJ 5-10 minutes late eh, kind of supports my theory doesn't it?
Check your sarcasm detector, it seems to be broken.
Yeah, it's funny how some people take the test and score INTJ, and then they have this revelation that their suspicions about their profound intelligence were correct all along. So they go around and flippantly dismiss things using one word retorts, because they're too intellectually incompetent to actually debate it point-by-point.
Pffft. Ti users and "debate". Just because you guys don't know which way is up until you've vigorously examined the concepts of "up", "way" and "is" enough to agree to disagree doesn't mean other people have to debate too.
Know your bias, homos.
Bellison uncorked a flood of horrible profanity, which, translated, meant, "This is extremely unusual."
I'm generally pretty punctual and if I'm late it's usually intended. Like, I don't trust my friends to rock up when they say they will so I come a bit later to ensure everyone's there already and it's underway. If it's important to me I'm on time; for some reason I'd easily sleep through a lecture but can always get out bed for work.
My INTJ friend is never late. It's me she always waits on, because I tend to get distracted and don't pay much attention to the time. But I've learned to set an alarm clock or I simply convince myself I have to be there at an earlier time - that way I'm always on time.
In response to the OP, I wouldn't say it's because she's INTJ. I rather think she's just being rude and not caring much about you.
Always listen to experts. They'll tell you what can't be done, and why. Then do it.