I have heard that Supervisor/Supervisee matches tend not to do well for long term relationships, but are there logical exceptions to this? I would like to observe specifically the relationship between the INFp and the ENTj. The usual problem I have seen is the the ENTj is too critical, and the INFp is too sensitive. But it seems to me that this can play in the relationship's favor.
I think the difference between INFp and ENTj provides a good complimentary pair. The ENTj is directive because of their desire for conquest, and the INFp is responsive because of their desire for the ENTj's favor.
It's not a balanced relationship, and I can understand that it could be draining... but it seems to me that if both sides can respect each others differences, couldn't it be fulfilling for both?
EDIT: Okay, first and foremost, after a few days now I know much more about the differences between Socionics and MBTI. This post was based on the premise that I was an INFp. Therefore, my understanding of what an INFp is like was skewed by my self-perception. I also have a better understand of what "supervision" is. It's not really "someone watching over you" so much as it is "revision," which would be "someone correcting your mistakes." For these reasons, there is really no reason to respond to this original post that started this thread.
In other words: While my original question may be unanswered, the question I was REALLY asking was answered. I mistyped myself.