INFPs tend to be perfectionists and often strive to reach personal ideals that can be exhausting or even impossible to obtain.Teamwork is a difficult scenario for this person to be in because they often have higher goals or expectations for the project than the other team members; this can cause an INFP to come off as a control freak.The desire to avoid conflict may be another contributing factor for staying in a relationship that isn’t working.This type of individual will be seeking a lifelong relationship – someone they can envision growing old with. Few people with this character engage in meaningless, one-off, or purely physical relationships because the need to connect with that special someone and to make them happy is just too strong to ignore.
Due to his or her keenly developed imagination, one such as this would likely make an excellent author.
When a conflict does arise, this persona may have a profound emotional reaction.
To outsiders, the outburst can see over the top and absurd, but the INFP has a very “internal” thought process in which they struggle to see the logical or factual side of things.
They tend to not only see the best in the people around them, but they may also be led to imagining characteristics and motives in others that simply aren’t there.
Much like the INFJ, INFPs really dislike conflict and will go to great lengths to avoid an argument and see that everyone is happy.