flossyglam, be sure to target an emotionally mature intj. baby robots are trouble.
Yeah...I might be a little late on this response, but I thought I'd throw in my thoughts anyway.
My experience with a male INTJ I was in a relationship with was a mixed one. He wasn't one of the emotionally mature ones and while we had a great time together, in general, I felt like his complete obstinacy at being emotionally unavailable was kind of childish and infuriating. It was like he didn't even try, which was baffling because we had decided to be in a relationship together. It was also kind of like we spoke in the same language, but two different dialects (like he was Cantonese and I was Mandarin). So it was frustrating when we thought that we had "got" one another and we really hadn't.
It also didn't help that we both had strong opinions and, like YourLocalJesus said, our relationship ended in a hail of bullets and lots of fire. We're still friends, but that's probably all we'll ever be. More like brother and sister than significant others.
INFJs are a MUCH better fit. Not without it's problems, but seriously, INFJ guys are so adorably loveable. They just need to learn how to not be QUITE so emotional sometimes. :rolli:
Love in my case
I married my INTJ (she is near 50/50 T/F however) and so far it has been working great for the last ten years that we are together now.
We can settle nearly everything dispute with arguments, but as we have really similar expectancies from life and each other there is seldom a deep conflict.
We can sync up our minds really well and she is constantly able to surprise me with her wit.
Her need to stay independent really goes well with my need for this as well. So up to now I really can't complain
When I get sad I stop being sad and be awesome instead. True story.
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