The INTJ has little patience for individuals who exhibit behavior that they feel is irrational, such as an explosion of anger or bursting into tears (unless seriously provoked).
They have no fear of confrontation and therefore can cross over into judgmental territory if they feel that someone is wasting time.
Bear in mind that INTJ is generally open-minded to the abstract, but they will not hesitate to shoot down an idea or opinion that seems illogical, that is, based primarily on emotional support.
Once in a relationship, INTJ takes the commitment very seriously and will work hard to ensure that the relationship has a good chance of working out.
The “strategist” will begin to sniff out ways that they can make the relationship better which can involve frequently redefining procedures and searching for ideas that could “fix” inefficient or unbalanced areas of the connection.
It is not uncommon for this kind of person to overlook specific factors in a person’s life that may account for such an emotional reaction.