These are characteristics, not problems, so should not be hidden or eliminated.
If a woman has unusual habits, speech rhythms, or mannerisms, it’s far more interesting to an INTJ if she explains them than if she tries to hide them.
INTJs are very good at identifying the motivations behind people’s actions, and nothing is worse than a woman who pretends to be someone she isn’t.
By hiding behind a social mask, that woman is showing that she isn’t happy with who she really is, and advertising that she’s not interested in discovering or understanding new things about herself or others. If a woman can’t be loyal, there’s no reason for an INTJ to invest the time and energy in becoming close to her.
Any woman attempting to control an INTJ man (with a barrage of texts demanding to know where they are at all times, with an overbearing social agenda, with access to his movies/food/clothes/internet) will be severely disappointed.
Or that INTJs have the least satisfying friendships of all types.
It is important to note that the list below is based on opinion, and may vary from one INTJ to another.
In addition, the list is intended for male readership, and may not take into account the opinions and preferences of – not necessarily one with a high IQ, but intelligent enough to participate in discussion and debates.
It’s important that an INTJ’s partner encourages him, but this doesn’t mean that she should always agree with him.
It means that she should acknowledge his opinions, support him in the pursuit of his goals, and let him know when he’s getting off-target.