The introverted, arrogant and highly organized yet creative INTJ will find it hard to fall in love but when we do, we are very loyal.More than anything, INTJ wants a healthy relationship in which they and their partner are comfortable and content.Talking of which, we love practical gifts which become a challenge for our partners.
To start this all off, if you haven't taken the Myers-Briggs types test, you should take it right here, right now. OK, now that we're all on the same page here, HOW FREAKY ACCURATE IS IT? We can all agree that's a bit too many words to read during your mid-day procrastination sesh.So I did you a solid and summarized all the juicy bits here for you.It’s lonely at the top, and being one of the rarest and most strategically capable personality types, INTJs know this all too well.INTJs form just two percent of the population, and women of this personality type are especially rare, forming just 0. In relationships, the INTJ is loyal but independent.
We view all problems as inherently solvable, including problems like lack of wealth, fame, or career success.
When it comes to your romantic life, your propensity toward frank honesty and subsequent disregard for the more sentimental flirtations that come along with the dating game are your biggest weaknesses.
You are by no means forward when it comes to the dating game.
You are focused on the long term, which is a blessing when you see someone you see a future with, as you will do whatever it takes to keep that person happy.
This same quality can make you a bit ruthless when it comes to people you don’t quite see as a long-term partner, as you will abruptly end things the minute you realize it’s not realistically going anywhere.
A stagnant relationship is your worst nightmare, leaving you a rather demanding partner constantly pushing your partner to change and grow with you.