The few times that I had attended parties like that (always motivated by the need to prove something), I got dizzy, bored, tired, and irritated.
Let’s face it, anxiety feels awful.
As an INFJ empath, you probably never feel more alone than when you’re in a room full of disingenuous people.
“You’ll always be looking for something better,” he said. “What you want is unobtainable.”
I need space to breathe and remember myself as I am, not just as you see me.
Self-employment can be easier to handle, you have more time by yourself, and at the end of the day, you’re left with some energy to socialize.
These careful listeners, observers, and deep thinkers have the power to make an impact in the classroom and the world.
I am an introvert. I genuinely like myself, but I still wish I could be more lively, vibrant, and full of energy.
While INTJ men can generally fit in with other men, many INTJ women don’t fit in with other women—or with anyone at all.
#GrowingUpShy is a hashtag on Twitter that’s trending right now.
I’m a highly sensitive person, and I felt like I needed to be perfect and never disappoint anyone.
The science behind the adult coloring book craze is surprisingly simple.
I didn’t even know how to be around people anymore.
Are you both a perfectionist and an introvert? If so, you’re not alone—introversion and perfectionism often go hand in hand.
There are a lot of misleading stereotypes about the INFP personality type on the Internet.
Has this ever happened to you? You’re rolling through life just fine, then BAM, something happens that reminds you of your highly sensitive nature.
I’ve had trouble fitting in since I started school.
I had been wandering off for as long as I could remember.
One class changed everything.
I thought I had a stress problem.
He tentatively reaches across the bed with a warm gentle hand—and I recoil.
I forced myself to pretend to be an extrovert. But it came at a cost.
1. Time to decompress
What INFJs struggle with.
1. Just because we’re not talking doesn’t mean we’re upset or depressed.
1. Your energy level is closely tied to your environment.
1. We prefer hanging out with just one or two other people rather than with a big group.
1. Change is unsettling.
1. I can’t think of anything to say. I really can’t.
Aaron Caycedo-Kimura created INFJoe Cartoons to help other INFJs not feel so alone.
It has to do with the way our brains are wired.
1. Feeling like a weirdo for staying home on weekends.