An INFJ’s thoughts are peculiar. And when an INFJ is in a relationship/friendship, their way of thinking becomes bizarre. In this episode, I want to tell you about INFJs in relationships.
- The extroverted introvert
- INFJs are too good at goodbyes
- Attachment is a no-no
INFJs seem extroverted. But they’re introverts in reality. It is because they are chameleons. We can change our personalities in different situations.
I could be singing and dancing with my friends one moment. But don’t be surprised if you don’t see me for weeks on end. I have different personas for different people and places.
INFJs Are Too Good at Goodbyes
When they make new friends, INFJs realize that someday the friendship will end.
In the future, either they will move to a different place or their friend will. And INFJ’s don’t give it much thought. They don’t get attached a lot.
It doesn’t mean that they don’t love or care about the people around them. When INFJs are far away from someone, they don’t miss them. As they’re so busy in their world, they give little attention to the people outside of it.
Isolation Mode – INFJs in Relationships
Some people get surprised by how much time I can spend on my own. I could be in my apartment for weeks on end.
Maybe I get out once in a while to get food. I can go long periods without any contact with the world.
It is the reason I have very few friends. I love my friends. But I’m not incomplete without them.
When I spend time with my friends, it’s because I want it. I don’t need it.
An extremely small amount of people can understand that. And those who understand stay with me.
As INFJs have such bizarre personalities, they don’t have many friends. They barely have any close friends.