INFPs are positive, supportive friends. They are always willing to try something new and exciting, and are very open-minded. They are well-liked by others, and are always concerned with others’ wellbeing. When an INFP asks how someone is doing, they truly want to know the answer. Because of this, they have no trouble making and keeping friends.
INFPs have the unique ability to befriend people who are either alike or different from themselves. INFPs are drawn to extroverted personality types — they enjoy learning as much as they can about someone who is an open book. However, INFPs can also be great friends to introverted personality types. While it may be difficult to become friends initially if both individuals are more reserved, INFPs will eventually form a strong friendship with someone whom they consider their confidant.