As a highly sensitive introvert and INFJ, I had to learn to connect to my own body and emotions in order to heal my depression.
From not recognizing our self-worth to struggling to find a meaningful career, being an INFJ male comes with challenges — but also solutions.
INFJs want to care for everyone’s emotional needs, but with so many negative vibes coming at us, it can feel like we’re drowning.
As introverts who want to help people, and feelers who love logic, INFJs can seem confusing, even to themselves.
INFJs don’t date just for the sake of dating, and we won’t invest our energy if we can’t picture a deep relationship.
INFJs notoriously ask this question because they’re always trying to improve themselves, and the world around them.
Known as “grip stress,” this extreme level of stress causes an uncharacteristic reaction in the INFJ.
Our biggest blind spot pops up when we mindlessly munch chips while reading, or ignore our bodies.
Being an INFJ is both a blessing and a curse.
1. There’s nothing wrong with being the quiet one.