INTJ (introvert, intuitive, thinking, judging) displays many of the primary personality traits as the INFJ and will likely be more understanding and accepting of an INFJ’s “ways.” By the same logic, the fourth most suitable personality type is another INFJ.
Traditionally, this persona finds it difficult to initiate relationships which can result in very few serious relationships and long bouts of loneliness.
The nickname for this type of disposition is “The Protector.” Being an observant and compassionate soul, individuals with this kind of persona will go to great lengths to avoid hurting or upsetting others and are very protective of those they care about.
Although easy to approach due to their warmth and gentility, “protectors” are also perfectionists who strive to create order and flawlessness in their worlds.
Their penchant for self-reliance can be an issue, especially in a relationship.
Their natural attention to detail and perfectionism leads to less fun in a teamwork situation.In fact, INFJs often prefer to work alone because, in their opinion, that’s the only way that everything will be done to their high standard.In a relationship, this persona may become annoyed with a partner who introduces chaos to their carefully crafted environment.INFJ is a rare but intriguing personality to come across and even more unusual to find in the male gender.In fact, it is estimated that only about one to three percent of the population exhibits INFJ.Although easily able to move on past a relationship that clearly is not working, this individual will be completely devoted to the right person and is most likely in search of a long-term relationship.