Often, relationship turbulence can follow, but sometimes a little push outside of the comfort zone is all an INFP needs to come out of their shell. They hate being confronted and their minds tend to self-destruct when they face strong conflict.
INFPs can't stand the thought of not being liked, so they always try to go above and beyond in relationships, school, and the workplace. It's not that they can't take it, but they will feel like you are attacking them personally if you give them even the slightest bit of criticism. There is rarely a time that an INFP won't go above and beyond for someone that they love. No matter how badly you break their heart, they will always see the good in you.
When she pulls away, the wound she rips in his heart lingers.
My favorite example of frustrated INFP romantic idealism (besides my own) is canonical poet William Butler Yeats's decades-long quest for transcendent love with Maud Gonne, who repeatedly put off Yeats's entreaties while at the same time accepting lovers who were ordinary men in comparison.
You've never had a partner quite like an INFP before.
Compromise can be one of the hardest things for an INFP.Females: Their deep and introspective natures may make them hard to fathom. This will be as much the other person’s loss as the INFP’s.General: They are the most idealistic of the NF idealists.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.
INFP men discover to their deep dismay that their basic personality is the greatest impediment to gaining their heart's fulfillment.