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Surprisingly, 65% of INTJs rated “home and family” as “very important”.
This percentage however, while appearing high, was still relatively low when compared with other types.
A shared perceiving preference (as the dominant or auxiliary function) according to Keirsey, ensured better understanding and communication in the relationship.
In order to better understand how INTJs approach dating and romantic relationships, it is necessary to consider the potential impact and implications of their four primary personality functions (Ni, Te, Fi, Se).
INTJs, in addition to reporting the lowest satisfaction in relationships, also rate them as being the least in importance of all the types.
In another study (Myers, Mc Caulley, Quenk & Hammer, 1998) only 30% of INTJs rated relationships/friendships as “very important”.
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.