5 Things Female INTJs Will Understand

female intj looking at sunset in paddy field

The female INTJ or the so-called “unicorns” are often discussed in forums and blogs. They are perceived as competent, cool, interesting, intriguing, weird, and smart women.
However, they may not be the stereotype of what we see online because in reality, they have their own struggles.

1. Female Groups Don’t Get Them

They often find themselves in small circle of friends-mostly men.
Most of the time, female INTJs would feel awkward when they are surrounded by different types of girls for a long period of time-making them feel alienated. Unless it is a business meeting.

2. It’s Hard To Relate With Other People

Some of the things that excite them the most are politics, science, technology, business, psychology, or deep conversations.
They tend to feel out of place when it comes to general groups of people. This happens especially when other girls talk about typical, girly stuff and uninteresting conversations about common things. Most of these individuals have small interest with girly stuff. Although, they do typical activities as well (they are human, duh), but unicorns do it in a different and suspicious way (sometimes).

3. Men Are Intimidated By Them

As competitive females, they see men as rivals and the more success they achieve, the more they make most men feel inferior. The more men discover about them, the darker these unicorns become in their eyes.

On the other hand, men are challenged by their intriguing personalities and that’s an advantage.

In addition, they are more of a world-dominating companion rather than the typical wife-material.

4. Prince Charming Is Nowhere To Be Found For Female INTJs

A female INTJ will most likely have o.oooooooo1% chance out of the 7.5 billion world population before she can find her “ideal guy”. This guy is too perfect to even exist as this guy happens to be the male version of herself.
This can make some INTJ females feel sad about themselves and would think that they would die single.

On second thought, they think it would be better alone as this enables them to do the things they like reaching their full potential to success.

5. Loneliness Keeps Coming Back

When the body gets tired, the energy that keeps one’s assertiveness dries up and often lead to self-doubt and stress. Female INTJs could feel very lonely and need to shut down for a while. However, they could seek for someone to share their problems with when they are depressed—which is difficult to do, for they have a very limited list of trustworthy friends.

In conclusion, female INTJs are normal people who go out to shop, eat, socialize (sometimes), and to do other things we typically do every day. They get stressed, depressed, cry, and laugh like others.

No matter what female INTJs do, they might look and act differently. But they have needs like everybody else. They might look cold outside, but inside they are…well, still cold.

Not until you become very close to them, which is when you realize how soft and warm their hearts are.

But remember…

We all have our own unique characteristics that we must embrace and develop.

Related: The World Through The Eyes of An INTJ

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