When we look at some of the specifics of INTJ ISFP relationships we see that ISFPs have a great way of complementing INTJs. But is this enough?. Hi everyone, I would really appreciate some life experience from some of you. Is anyone had a Intj/Isfp relationship? If yes, how did it work. I can see why you brought up this question because both INTJs and ISFPs have the same cognitive functions. The only difference has to do with cognitive.
He ignored my advice because being with her felt right, and he had gotten enough other people in his life to support him.
INTJ and ISFP – Compatibility, Relationships, and Friendships
Sure enough, everything I hoped I was wrong about became a reality. They're "not" dating now but still fool around sometimes, and things have gotten complicated with another friend in the mix.
In all of that, I've failed him by being judgemental and overly harsh with my warnings and criticisms. We went about six months without speaking, and only recently started hanging out again.
Our relationship is pretty equal in most respects, but with other ISFP's I've known there has often been this big power difference between us, with me having "advantage. With the ones who have gotten really hurt, it's a really hard relationship to be in. One of them I met about six weeks ago, and I made the terrible mistake of letting her have my number.
Despite my telling her repeatedly that I don't like frequent texting, she texts me at least five times a day about the most inane things, and gets injured when I don't respond.
INTJ and ISFP – Compatibility, Relationships, and Friendships - Personality Growth
They're not above whining and guilt-tripping, and it can be really frustrating sometimes. They are easily hurt, which is both a strength and a weakness. The strength is in that they are interested in healing, and once mature can be very, very good friends for an INTJ: May lack a support network if both do not belong to a community because of their lack of desire to socialize.What Types Are Socially Compatible With ISFPs?
Sensing-Intuition Joys Sensors enjoys the insightful and brilliant Intuitive and seeing things from a big picture, strategic perspective relative to theirs.
Sensors are also likely fascinated by the outlandish imagination of the Intuitive; with big dreams and visions.
Intuitives will appreciate the Sensors attention to detail in everyday living; Sensors bring Intuitives down to earth to common sense. While not true for all Sensors, Sensors dress themselves and groom themselves relatively well; this is something that Intuitives will appreciate and admire. Struggles May find it a challenge to have a common topic for discussion; Sensors enjoy talking about everyday happenings while Intuitive enjoys ideas, trends and theories.
These differences in interest may mean the couple may find little or no chemistry.
Sensors are more past and present focused while Intuitives tend to be more future oriented; This means that Sensors will take references from past experiences and present facts to make a decision, while Intuitives are more likely to take into account future possibilities when doing so.
Sensors may find Intuitives' lack of interest in everyday living and managing household tasks to be frustrating; they don't understand why Intuitives are always 'in their heads', pondering about the deep things of life while they are the ones taking care of the duties of the household. Thinking-Feeling Joys Thinker will be attracted to the Feeler's compassion and warmth toward Thinker and others, which Thinker may find lacking in self. Feeler is attracted to the objective, tough-minded Thinker who can take and give criticism without taking offense.
The Thinker-Feeler partnership will provide all rounded perspectives, considering people, values and logical consequences when making important decisions. Struggles Thinkers may hurt Feelers with their straightforward and sometimes tactless words; Feelers tend to take words personally; so when the Thinker provides negative feedback, it always evokes a larger than expected reaction from the Feeler. Thinkers may not understand the Feeler's desire for harmony and hence avoidance of conflict.
Thinkers often misinterpret Feeler's behavior and deem them complicated. Feelers also tend to show affection much more naturally and sometimes they may feel their Thinking counterparts don't show enough of it; they may feel unfulfilled in the relationship.
Judging-Perceiving Joys Judgers enjoy making decisions for the relationship while Perceivers are happy just to let Judgers do so. Perceivers are happy to go with the flow according to the Judger's opinions, and they are generally okay with most casual decisions.