Moreover, INFP females, in particular, may seek a partner with whom they can start a family.
As we’ve seen, INFPs love caring for those who cannot care for themselves, including children.
To be frank, if we assume that INFPs don’t see their partners as needy or unable to help themselves, what motivates their interest in romantic relationships?
First, I think it is worth mentioning that many INFPs do just fine, much better than some other personality types, when not involved in a romantic relationship.
It does not just extend to the difference or similarity in individual preferences but goes deeper than that.
Namely, when we think about relationships, we typically think of feelings flowing reciprocally between partners.
Regardless of the number of similarities and differences, each personality combination will have its unique set of challenges.They may seek a partner, often another NP type (i.e., INTP, ENTP, ENFP), who enjoys what we might call the “seekers lifestyle.” INFPs preferring a more of conventional lifestyle, perhaps with an eye toward starting a family, may seek a partner who is more stable, reliable, and responsible.At times, it can be difficult to know whether such INFPs are motivated by their Fi desire for a stable parenting environment, or whether they are unwittingly crutching their tertiary (Si) and inferior function (Te).This section INFP-INFP relationship is about how these two personality types come together in a relationship.Specifically, we will be looking at the joys of this relationship as well as the struggles this relationship may have.