This lack of acceptance from other females will likely encourage the INTJ girl to primarily, or even exclusively, befriend boys throughout her childhood.
It might also lead to the beginnings of INTJ social anxiety.
This can highlight the elevated self-regard and arrogance characteristic of the INTJ.
INTJ girls are often disinterested in appearing like other girls and do not usually feel obligated to adhere to gender-specific standards.
Others may not deal with the lack of support as well, losing themselves in anxiety or even depression.
Struggles with low self-worth or self-respect can both lead to and be caused by the perfectionist habit of comparing oneself to others and to impossible, internalized standards.
That complicates interactions between the INTJ teen and her non-INTJ counterparts.
As a result, it can be difficult to find peers with whom she shares enough common interests to found a deep or lasting relationship on.
Pressure to meet social expectations can drive the female INTJ to take refuge inside her own mind in order to avoid external judgment. INTJ women hate being stereotyped into mundane gender roles.Once the INTJ girl has started to realize that she functions differently than other children, the reason why fitting in is so difficult becomes more clear.This will result in either an adaptation for better “fitting in,” or (more likely) in isolation from other children.INTJ women love challenges, so will always seek an intellectually gifted partner (though it’s worth noting that the chosen partner isn’t always intelligent in the same way as their INTJ).In addition, they will avoid drama; this means that arguments based on emotions or logical fallacies will drive the INTJ woman away.