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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.Thanks to books like Please Understand Me, Just Your Type, and endless other resources I’ve been able to access some really awesome information on types and compatibility.I’ll put some resources and references at the end of this post for anyone interested. INTJs are true perfectionists, and so they take their relationships very seriously.Finding the right person is important to them, because once they make the decision to commit to a relationship they are usually very loyal and devoted partners.They believe in constantly improving their relationship and always strive to bring their very best to the table.I do enjoy the momentary, cheap thrill that these encounters provide.But the fact is that they get repeated over and over again and are an unnecessary waste of my time and energy that I need to plan for, whenever I'm around her. I cannot conceive ever doing that in a relationship.
A male INTJ functions the same way as a female INTJ.I feel like the two types might be too similar so they might be better as good friends.But of course it's up to you and how you feel about it. I think INTJs do make good pals for an ENTJ, especially if they are calmer, more experienced and wiser - and just accept that the ENTJs are better at them in most things (with the sole exception of INTJs being able to develop astounding superiority over any living being when the area of expertise in question, is very narrow or very specific).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.