Everyone wants to be treated a certain way, to be appreciated for their time, to be valued for their strengths, to be forgiven for their weaknesses, to be liked basically and to be liked greatly is to be loved.
So love is the ability to fake earnestly and convince someone you like them more than you have any actual reason to.
Practice in the mirror and maybe one day if you love someone enough they'll make the effort to love you back, least they lose you to someone more desireable.
I think it works differently for each person, if at all.
I'm somewhat skeptical that there's any merit to MBTI TBH. It's taking an impressively long time to conclude though. I think I'm enjoying the journey more than the destination; I think that little observations like that, rationalized internally are part of what ni is.
"I've been to every city in Mexico. I came across an unclaimed piece of meat in Baja, turned out to be Rosie. I guessed he picked a knife fight with somebody better. Found one of your passports to Sumatra, I missed you by about a week at Fiji. But, I knew you wouldn't miss the fifty year storm, Bodhi."
INFP's can be pretty cool as long as I keep my distance.
In my past experience, I believed I was in love many times. After I met my clone I realized I never knew what love was in the first place. Never thought it was meant for me either. Lucky to know now that I was wrong.