If you know you can’t perform at your best, do you choose to not perform at all? Do you rarely revel in your accomplishments?
I’m a hopeless romantic, though I seldom admit this fact to people. I’m hoping that by sharing this with you, we can find some common INFJ ground.
I’ve always been ruthless when it comes to shedding things I no longer need. My INFJ nature leaves room for sentimentality but also makes me prefer order.
INFJs are sensitive souls who need the same love and attention we so freely give to others. I’m here to discuss some resolutions you can make in the New Year.
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.
I’m sure you can relate to that moment when you discovered that you’re an INFJ personality type. For me, it was a relief.
Sometimes life can be very difficult. But remember, my INFJ friends, that growth can only occur where there has been pain.
I’m writing to you today about something I have dealt with my entire life. As an INFJ, it is something I struggle with almost every day.
INFJs can have happy relationships with any personality type. However, some types will probably be more compatible with INFJs than others.
Being single can be difficult for any personality type. But for INFJs, it can be especially hard, because you crave deep connections with others.