The Assertive Go-Getter can help their INFJ realize a clear action plan to achieve what they want in life.This type encourages the INFJ not to allow fear or doubt to get in the way of their dreams.of relationships – that two people can come together and make each other better and happier than they were alone, and they will take great efforts to show support and affection in order to make this ideal a reality.But Mediators aren’t necessarily in a rush to commit – they are, after all, Prospecting (P) types, and are almost always looking to either establish a new relationship or improve an existing one – they need to be sure they’ve found someone compatible.But that’s at their uncommon worst – at their best, Mediators do everything they can to be the ideal partner, staying true to themselves and encouraging their partners to do the same.Mediators take their time in becoming physically intimate so that they can get to know their partners, using their creativity to understand their wants and needs, and adapt to them.The Assertive Go-Getter knows what they want, and they chase it with full force.This type isn’t afraid to demand what they deserve and encourages the INFJ to do the same.
Naturally this is almost certainly an overreaction, and Mediators should practice what they preach, and focus on improving their ability to respond to criticism with calm objectivity, rather than irrational accusations and weaponized guilt.
People with this personality type are generous in their affection, with a clear preference for putting the pleasure of their partners first – it is in knowing that their partners are satisfied that Mediators truly feel the most pleasure.
Dating for the INFJ personality type can feel forced and awkward.
While we may be attracted to charm and bravado, we shouldn’t take other compassionate and serene types for granted.
The Quiet Confidant is an excellent partner for the INFJ.