Drenth Despite their status as Introverts and Thinkers, INTJs are as interested in relationships as most other personality types.As I have previously explained, since Ni is a Perceiving function, INTJs are best understood as dominant Perceivers.Of course, INTJs would be the first to tell you that how we define lazy is entirely relative.Because their first job is to function as Intuitive Perceivers rather than as Judgers or actors, operating in a passive mode of perception is actually the sort of “work” they are meant to be doing, work that can ultimately benefit society.They do not really need much more to be happy because they are modest persons.Many mathematicians, philosophers and scientists belong to this type.For an INFP, relationships may be less numerous but those that are formed are often long-lasting.This Myers-Briggs personality is defined as primarily being introverted, intuitive, feeling, and perceiving, although this description really only scratches the surface of this character.
They often go by their feelings rather than what science, facts, or logic suggests.) I have received many emails over the last few months from people who are, or want to be, in a romantic relationship with an INTP. The good news is that what I'm going to talk about is straightforward. Because each person is entitled to have his or her own wants, needs, and love language.These frictions, once you see them, will be very easy to understand. When two people don't match up on these points (such as when two different types attract), the best possible outcome is that you meet in the middle.Although not afraid to assert themselves via their auxiliary function, Extraverted Thinking (Te), the INTJ is naturally more passive, even somewhat phlegmatic in his or her presentation.More proactive types, such as ENTJs, might even consider the INTJ a bit lazy or apathetic.