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I avoid talking on the phone (or, God forbid, Face Time – the horror), shopping anywhere but online, and keeping more than a couple of friends, because all these require far more interaction than I’m interested in having.We’ve been married for 10 years, and he’s still the one encouraging me to get out and do something that includes leaving the house. I get the encouragement I need to socialize, even if from another introvert, and he gets to feel less hermit-y and boring compared to me.I’ve also read that the intuitive bond between an INFJ and INTJ is nearly instantaneous, something I can certainly attest to.I think it was this that got my attention when I met my husband: he was self-assured, intelligent, wonderfully sarcastic, and aloof.We complement each other well; my abstract thinking jives with his detail-orientation and logistical tendency. But to say he is all implementation and no creative input would be inaccurate as well as an underestimation – he thinks about a project and studies it, then is able to recreate it in a drawing on paper.
Of course these are generalizations, something personality theory as a whole is subject to.He wanted to stay home most of the time, so she accused him of being boring.I haven’t had this experience in a relationship per se, but I’ve certainly been called anti-social more than once.It has always been fairly uncommon for us to argue; our shared intuition leads us to respect and encourage each other.At our best, we can rationally discuss issues and come to a resolution that we can both live with.