What Personality Type is the Best Love Match for an INFJ this Valentine’s Day?

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on February 08, 2022

Idealistic and reserved, INFJ personalities usually seek harmonious and long-lasting romantic relationships. Still, as an INFJ myself, I can also attest we can be difficult to know, as we often go into our shells for fear of being hurt or betrayed by others. 

So, which personality type is the best love match for the sensitive, soulmate seeking INFJ? Read on to discover our best guesses.

But first, what constitutes a good match?

What You Need to Know About the INFJ Door Slam

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on January 27, 2022

INFJs are empathetic, patient listeners and loyal friends, but they may shut down when others push them too far. The Counselor personality has a cold, closed side, and it can be extremely hard to win them back as a friend when that relationship becomes strained. 

If you’re curious about what the infamous INFJ “door slam” is, read on. Here’s everything you need to know about this complex and misunderstood behavior. 

5 Things That May Surprise You About Introverted Feeling Personality Types

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on January 18, 2022

What is it like to have Introverted Feeling (Fi) as one of your dominant personality traits? If you know someone who does, you might find them puzzling, even troubling at times. But certainly this complex trait can make life more rich and interesting for all involved.

12 Things Introverts Say During the Holidays (Out-loud or to Themselves)

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on December 16, 2021

The holidays can be a stressful time for everyone but especially so for Introverts. From the pressure to buy presents, to the small talk you’ll have to endure, these quieter types can find the festive season exhausting. As Introverts, we may not always express this discomfort out-loud, but it still affects us. Sound familiar? 

How to Survive the Holidays: Tips for Introverts, from an Extravert

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on December 15, 2021

Whether you’re an Introvert or Extravert, the holidays can be a really exhausting time. No matter how much you enjoy the holiday period, it can quickly become tiring if you overcommit to too many things. 

Between seeing family, hanging out with old friends and apparently endless parties and gatherings, even the most outgoing person can find themselves worn out. 

To avoid this feeling, you need to get smart about how you socialize.

Ready for an Extravert’s holiday survival guide? Let’s jump in!

What are the Best Jobs for Introverts that Pay Really Well?

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on December 08, 2021

Multiple studies show that Extraverts earn more than Introverts. Yes, your chances of getting a highly paid job depend on important factors such as your educational background and work experience—but your personality type plays a role too. And the data confirms it: Extraverts are making (sometimes tens of thousands) more than their introverted peers.

Top 5 Jobs for Introverts with Anxiety

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on November 30, 2021

If you’re an Introvert, you’ll probably be happier with a job that doesn’t require constant interaction with other people. In fact, the more solitary your work, the better you’ll likely do.

And if you’re an Introvert who also has anxiety, then limiting your interaction is probably especially important to your well-being. The best jobs for Introverts with anxiety will provide a calmer, quieter environment, with some degree of flexibility and control over how you spend your day.

6 Things Introverts Have to Be Grateful for this Thanksgiving

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on November 22, 2021

At some point during most Thanksgiving gatherings, everyone will be asked to reveal what they have to be thankful for this year. When you give your answer, you’ll undoubtedly express your gratitude as an individual and not as a representative for all Introverts everywhere. 

Nevertheless, as an Introvert you actually do have many things to be thankful or grateful for. As the holidays approach, it's not a bad idea to sit back and reflect (as Introverts are known to do) about how lucky you are to be an Introvert and how being one has enriched your life.

9 Best Entrepreneur Ideas for Introverts

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on November 18, 2021

Introverts have the extraordinary ability to recharge their energy levels all by themselves. Literally. they find an isolated docking station and tune out the rest of the world to restore their inner peace. Once an Introvert is charged up, they are ready to take on the world. Or at least their task of the moment.


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