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.
This character type tends to be very creative and artistic, especially in the field of writing due to their profound understanding of emotion and keen eye for detail.
Being an INFJ is as close as a human might come to being empathic.
This kind of individual is sensitive, perceptive, and highly likely to stick with a gut instinct about a person or situation; and their instincts are usually right.
As prone as this character is to picking up on others’ feelings, intentions, and general personality traits, this particular individual will be less likely to offer up their own feelings and may be accused of “holding back” in their relationships, primarily romantic ones.
Their penchant for self-reliance can be an issue, especially in a relationship.
An INFJ is so used to relying on his or her own instincts (using the “I’m always right” justification) that they may have a tendency to dismiss others’ opinions, sometimes even before they have a chance to listen to the other party.
This can be exceptionally problematic when a partner picks up on this unbalance and questions his or her value in the relationship.
Their natural attention to detail and perfectionism leads to less fun in a teamwork situation.
For some personality types, relationships can come about quite easily; but for an INFJ, relationships can be significantly more difficult to initiate and traverse.