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.
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.
Although INFPs are interested in helping people, they are also extremely reserved and maintain a small circle of friends.
INFPs are healers and dreamers. They see the world for what it could be, and they inspire others with their imagination and compassion.
The INFP can feel like a walking paradox. Why is this? It’s because the INFP’s cognitive functions often contradict each other.
INFP, I’m writing this letter to you to remind you that your talents are valuable, even though at times you may feel like the world does not appreciate you.
Although INFPs and ISFPs appear to be quite similar—they both have artistic preferences and strong values—they see the world quite differently.
INFPs and INFJs are very similar. They’re both idealistic, moralistic, and empathic. It’s not uncommon for INFPs to mistype as INFJs, and vice versa.
I see myself as both an individual and a kind of commodity that has market value.
There are a lot of misleading stereotypes about the INFP personality type on the Internet.