A relationship with an INTJ is bound be intellectually stimulating, exciting, and intense.INTJs have a natural self-confidence and depth that many people find attractive and intriguing.INTJs and Guardians (SJ types) in Relationships: Guardians usually think very highly of INTJs, and admire their hard work and serious, intellectual nature.
They’re not likely to “fall in love” in a heat of passion or spur-of-the-moment feelings.
While they can be extremely romantic, it takes time for them to feel safe enough to divulge their feelings.
INTJs are extremely independent and constantly want to evolve and expand their idea of the world.
SJs like the familiar and the way things have always been done, and will have a hard time understanding what they may see as strange, non-conformist ideas.
They usually make very good listeners, and can encourage other types to pursue their dreams and visions.
What INTJs Look For in a Relationship INTJs usually have thought carefully about what they want in a relationship.
They aren’t often interested in flings or one-night-stands but are looking for something that will last a lifetime.
Usually, before they embark on a relationship they will have carefully ensured that the person fits certain criteria so that they don’t waste their time (or anyone else’s).
I don’t consider myself a relationship expert, but one topic that continually comes up with personality research is the topic of compatibility.
Thankfully, even though I’m no expert, there are lots of experts out there that have a lot of advice about relationships and MBTI compatibility.
They both respect each other’s schedules and plans and like to have things organized.