A final word of caution: part and parcel of that concept of competition in the relationship is the potential for one or both partners to question his/her value in the world, particularly if they are constantly around another INFJ.
In a worst case scenario, the INFJ may end up losing him or herself entirely in the process of a relationship where it’s not always clear if one is looking in the mirror or at someone else (the INFJ partner).They can also be stubborn, passive, and perplexing.However, a healthy relationship with an INFJ personality type can be incredibly rewarding.The obvious advantage to INFJ-INFJ relationships is they share a great deal of symbiosis and intuitive connectivity with each other since they are the same type.A shared strength of intuition and a love of communicating their theories with others means that the INFJs will greatly enjoy doing what they love to do with each other.They will likely find that they share a similar value system and an eerie ability to read their partners’ thoughts and feelings, even before they are ever spoken.
This makes them particularly well equipped to help meet the needs of their partner, intuitively knowing and understanding what the other is looking for.
But if they don’t (especially on an issue of great importance), that can create an exceptional amount of strain.
Neither is likely to loosen the grip on his/her theories and ideals, no matter how much he/she values his/her partner.
If you found your way to this article, then you’re probably an INFJ personality type or someone who’s interested in dating an INFJ.
INFJs can be warm, empathetic, and passionate partners.
Because INFJs often feel so misunderstood and alien in the world, partnering with someone who understands them so well (just as they understand others) is likely to be a source of great comfort and friendship.