INTPs expressed a very strong preference for quality time as their love language of choice.
As a thinking-dominant type, it fits that INTPs prefer to show rather than tell when it comes to love.
To love an INTP, carve out space for them within your schedule. This type prefers one-on-one time to group hangouts, so show them you care by asking them to hang out just the two of you. Take an interest in what they’re interested in and get to know them in a genuine, authentic manner. They’ll appreciate the genuineness of your approach.
To recognize the INTP’s love for you, look at how they’re organizing their priorities. This type isn’t fond of one-on-one socializing for the sake of it, so if they’re setting aside time just for you, it is their way of showing they care. Once you’re closer to an INTP, you may find they’re more comfortable expressing their affection through their less-preferred love languages of words of affirmation or physical touch. If they’re expressing regular acts of verbal and physical affection toward you, you’ll know that they finally feel comfortable around you – and for an INTP, that’s big. Reciprocate their affectionate gestures and words while spending time together, in order to continue to strengthen your relationship.