14 Common Problems INFJs Deal With In Their Dating Lives

Anyone else relate to this? I sure do…

Thought Catalog

 joestpierre
joestpierre

INFJ – Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling and Judging. Quiet, empathetic dreamers with huge hearts, INFJs are one of the rarest personality types, which naturally, makes them quite odd. It’s their strangeness that makes them come off as mysterious and intriguing to others but it’s often their strangeness that creates problems within their dating lives. Here are 14 common romantic problems INFJs deal with in their lives.

1. INFJs get frustrated when they make an attempt to connect with someone and the person fails to share their enthusiasm. INFJs can read people extremely well, so when they make an attempt to connect with someone on a deeper level or discuss something that means a lot to them, they can instantly tell when the other person isn’t on the same wavelength as them. This leads them to wonder why they even bothered at all and makes them more hesitant to reveal other…

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2 responses to “14 Common Problems INFJs Deal With In Their Dating Lives

  1. Yep, I totally relate to this, all of it. What an eye-opener. Lately I’ve been wondering alot if there’s something about me as a person that attracts creepy stalkerish types, sadists, narcissists…or – the trifecta! – all three. Maybe they see my elusiveness as a challenge and my guardedness as a wall to vault over…idk. But thanks for sharing! 😊

    • Ahh, the trifecta! I think we all wonder if/how/why we attract them. They seem to really target compassionate and/or vulnerable people, I’ve read that they can sniff us out in a room of 100 people without even talking to us. That used to scare the crap out of me! At the end of the day, I think all we can really do is strengthen our boundaries and build our self-esteem so that even if they do come after us, none of their tactics will work and they’ll quickly move on to easier targets. Good luck out there! 🙂

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