They have no fear of confrontation and therefore can cross over into judgmental territory if they feel that someone is wasting time.
Not surprisingly, a study at Michigan State University discovered that people 65 and older who used the Internet to stay in touch with friends had a more than 30 percent reduction rate of depression symptoms.
In other words, no matter the age, people need people.
Although INTJ definitely prefers to be in a tidy and productive environment, they can become frustrated in a stifling environment.
This is especially true with romantic relationships, as INTJ needs to be able to have the freedom to seek out and mull over new concepts.
In person, on the phone, via the Internet, whatever. For those who maintained a social life based on interests and not just couples’ friends, the journey is a bit easier.
Likewise for those whose partner’s death was not unexpected.
They can be counted on to think “outside the box” and come up with an unconventional yet practical resolution.
“Strategists” have a very independent nature which prevents them from falling in line with social trends.
Four years ago, Barbra Cook, now 62, lost her husband of 36 years after his 10-year-battle with early onset Alzheimer's.