INFJs don’t want just anyone — they’re looking for their soulmate. For this reason, INFJs might end up single, even after years of looking for love.
I asked introverts about the books they’ve read lately, and why another introvert would enjoy that book. Here are 13 of their suggested books to read.
If you’ve spent any time on the Internet reading and learning about the INFJ personality type, you’ve probably heard of the “INFJ door slam.”
Even if you’re having a good time, eventually you need to abandon ship and recharge your energy — at home, in your own space, doing your own thing.
I’m a huge fan of Myers-Briggs personality types, but I come in contact with a lot of MBTI fans, and sometimes, what I see worries me.
I want the people around me to approve of what I’m doing. I see this as being part of my highly sensitive introvert nature, as well as my INFJ personality.
Even though the “introvert positive” movement is here, there are still a lot of things people don’t understand about introverts.
We introverts tend to be quiet and unassuming. We’re not the loudest voice in the room, and sometimes we’d rather stand over here by ourselves.
INFJs can be quirky, complicated, and sometimes downright contradictory. How do you know if you’re an INFJ personality type?
Group projects. Too many weekend plans. Sensory overload when you forget your headphones. If you’re an introvert, you know the struggle is real.