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.
In fact, we propose that any type pairing can work in theory, but different pairings will encounter problems unique to that combination.INFJs are incredibly committed to their theories and ideals.If both INFJ partners see things the same way then there is no problem.The result of such an experience could be a very deep psycho-spiritual crisis, which is particularly likely if the INFJ has yet to individuate.As with any relationship, the more personal growth and individuation that a person has done, the more likely it is that his/her partnership will be successful.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.
INFJs already intuitively know that, generally speaking, the world undervalues their special brand of know-how.
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.
In addition, INFJs are incredibly good communicators and are very much at home in the realm of relationships.
Rather than casually date, INFJs often judge each potential partner based on a quick, intuitive hunch.
When people don’t live up to the INFJ’s ideals, they won’t even get a first date.(What’s your personality type?
In other words, the relationship is not likely to suffer from neglect.