Just a Thought

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I wonder.

What if an INFJ and an ENFJ fell in love? Would it be a match made in heaven or a gruesome nightmare?

I quite like the idea of the E and I together. Actually I prefer extroverted men in general because they help balance me out.

Two N’s could be a problem when reality has set in.

Two F’s could mean perfect synchronization or oversensitivity.

Two J’s means more structure and plans than spontaneity.

I don’t know. I mean I know that MBTI isn’t the official guideline of life and every relationship has its pros and cons.

But could this be positive? Or will it explode in a intense, deep inferno?

Loads of Love,
Kate
xoxo

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4 thoughts on “Just a Thought

  1. It’s really interesting that you posted this. The last guy I dated was an ENFJ, and I’m an INFJ. For us, we were extremely compatible. It was a lot of fun and we had a really deep connection. In the end it didn’t work out (long distance relationships are difficult), but I still look back on the fond memories we shared. It was really refreshing to date an extrovert 🙂

  2. Typically, IxxJ and ExxJ types do not work well together. The latter’s workaholism vs. former’s perfectionism is a source of constant, never-ending conflict. Another issue would be the ExxJ’s tendency to bark out orders and expect instant obedience, which infuriates any IxxJ type.

    Then again, all types are compatible if the partners are willing to make sacrifices. I’m sure that if an ENFJ/INFJ couple came to respect each other’s differences, they would be fine.

    Personally, I’ve always found the ENFJs’ light-heartedness and irreverent sense of humor attractive. Out of all the ExxJs, they’re probably the best match for an INFJ.

    • Very interesting. I can see what you’re saying. And I also agree that any two people regardless of type can be together and make a relationship work. Thank you for reading and commenting! 🙂

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