For Fi users, however, feelings are not readily communicated (at least not directly) to one’s partner because their feeling function is introverted.
Another relationally relevant feature of Fi is its relatively narrow focus.
The world may run on E/I STJ but it would a much worse place without INFP.
Default User says more in the comments, all of it on target and depressing.
Drenth In order to understand INFP relationships and dating, we must first understand their dominant function, Introverted Feeling (Fi).
In other words, we think of relationships as involving the extraversion of feelings (Fe).
However, with their warm hearts and caring nature they just might sneak up on you.
Perhaps even more than other introverted types may find it difficult to put themselves forward.
-Is on fire when he discovers those personal 'little things you like to have done to you'. -Will use his auxillary Ne to spice it up (probably to do something like a naked taste test or seeing if we'd enjoy trying a certain new position).-May think about casual sex, but it's a 99% ruse -- his brain prefers to get you hooked on him for more than that. -May be less inclined for S&M, but will still spank you. ;) -Is immensely curious in gauging your reactions/responses.He only wants to elicit good ones = pure motivation for him! I've often struggled with the whole 'first move' thing.My thoughts would be if your with another INFP forget about who needs to be in charge and enjoy giving to each other. I do agree with adagio in that I can't do anonymous or non-committed sex because it takes away the special bond between you and your partner. The only thing is that INFP doesn't seem to like to make the first move to the next base well.Hands down, far and away, giving is the greatest part. And yeah, I could cuddle all damn day and just listen to her. I'd rather have you as [just] a friend then a fling if that's the case. Essentially, I was always in charge if sex happened or not.