For an INFP, nothing is more thrilling than falling in love. However, INFPs often find themselves in the unfortunate situation of unreciprocated love.
It’s not uncommon for sensitive introverts to put other people’s needs before their own. But this can have an unhelpful consequence.
INFJ, have you ever been in that dark place of feeling like others don’t understand you? If so, you’re not alone.
Being an INFP personality type has a lot of upsides, but it has its downsides, too. Here are 6 things I wish people knew about me as an INFP.
Nothing demonstrates that the world is not designed for introverted intuitives (INFJs, INTJs, INFPs, and INTPs) like the school system.
At times, my sensitivity has been a source of shame and embarrassment, especially before I found out being a highly sensitive person was a thing.
Were you the quiet one in school? Did people ask you, “Why don’t you talk more?” Do they still ask you that today? If so, you might be an introvert.
People share everything about themselves online, and as an introvert who values privacy and staying out of the spotlight, that makes me uncomfortable.
Obligation is the wolf in sheep’s clothing that lurks in our personality profile, where ISTJs are portrayed as loyal souls who stick to our word.
To make your holiday shopping a little easier, I’ve compiled a list of great gifts for each of the introverted personality types.
Are you an INFP? If so, you have permission to feel special, because people who fall into this category make up only 4 percent of the population.
Thanksgiving can be a tough time for introverts. We love our families, but this day can be exhausting, because we get drained from socializing.
He sat there while I reread the same paragraph and wondered who was being more rude: me, for not putting down my book or him, for thinking I would do so.
As an introvert and a self-identified worrier, I often have a lot of thoughts running through my head. When that’s the case, music becomes my remedy.
A quick and common fix, such as, “Stop worrying about what others think,” or “Just let it go,” isn’t usually enough to heal the INFJ’s hurting soul.
Here are four things to consider that helped me determine I’m an INTP personality type, and can help you figure out if you’re one, too.
The holidays can be a trying time for introverts. It means you’ll be in close contact with people you see rarely or only in measured, predictable doses.
If you identify as an INFP, I’m sure you’re aware of just how strange we can be. We’re described as highly individualistic, idealistic, and empathetic.
If you’re an introvert who likes to color, there’s finally a coloring book made for you. Introvert Dreams is a journey through an introvert’s inner world.
I’m an INFJ, and I have been told that I have been writing since I was able to hold a pen. For years, I kept handfuls of journals tucked under my bed.
It happened again the other day: I frightened people by suddenly shifting from my quiet public persona to the person who hides behind the INFJ mask.
I’ve been working on a coloring book for introverts. It’s called Introvert Dreams, and it follows an introvert on a journey through a beautiful dreamworld.
I’ve always struggled to fit in. I daresay most introverts have experienced the feeling of being an “outsider” more than once.
Where do introverted men go to meet women? To bars and clubs? Between the huge crowds, loud music, and obligatory drinking, they’re just not our style.
Writing can be a lonely venture. Although it hasn’t been proven in a scientific study, I would argue that writers, like myself, are generally introverts.
Perhaps no other personality type is as mythologized as the INTJ. Everyone knows INTJs are the “masterminds,” the cold evil geniuses who have no emotions.