One of the reasons I lack confidence in many situations is I feel like an imposter.
I don’t know about you, but I tend to get overwhelmed this time of year.
I don’t feel the need to jump around with glee and squeal like others.
The INFJ personality type often feels awkward because we see things few others see.
Talking to women doesn’t have to be reserved for those rare people who are born confident or are extroverted.
For years, we spent too much time trying to convince one another that our way of doing life was the correct way.
Does your relationship meet your introvert needs?
After learning about my personality type, I noticed a disturbing pattern.
Here are 8 ideas to help you find your tribe.
1. Congratulations, you are special!
Certain personality types are more compatible with the INFJ than others.
He tentatively reaches across the bed with a warm gentle hand—and I recoil.
Many religions urge their followers to be outspoken about their beliefs and participate in social activities.
Extroverted activities like sales and office politics never resonated with me.
I forced myself to pretend to be an extrovert. But it came at a cost.
I got pretty frustrated a few weeks ago when I explained what I write about to an extrovert.
1. Get grounded.
1. Time to decompress
What INFJs struggle with.
1. Just because we’re not talking doesn’t mean we’re upset or depressed.
1. We’re fiercely loyal.
1. Your energy level is closely tied to your environment.
Research suggests that simply being around another person sucks up a certain amount of the brain’s attention, making some tasks harder.
1. We prefer hanging out with just one or two other people rather than with a big group.
1. Change is unsettling.
Aaron Caycedo-Kimura created INFJoe Cartoons to help other INFJs not feel so alone.