INTJs are complicated people who have many layers, and we can be full of contradictions. How do you know if you’re truly an INTJ personality type?
If you have an INTJ personality type in your life, there’s a lot that they probably wish you knew. But there are also things we might not tell you.
For an INTJ personality type, it’s easy to feel misunderstood. But INTJs also make great friends, and we care deeply about the people around us.
Many INTJs love Halloween, maybe because it’s one of the few big social events where we have a project to focus on (the perfect costume).
The INTJ personality type is one of the rarest personalities. That makes it easy for us to feel like no one gets us, or understands the challenges we face.
While INTJ men can generally fit in with other men, many INTJ women don’t fit in with other women—or with anyone at all.
Finding the right relationship is hard. It’s often harder for introverts, since we tend to go out less and meet fewer people.
The INTJ personality type is often accused of being cold or uncaring.
To answer this question I turned to Dr. Marti Olsen Laney’s book “The Hidden Gifts of the Introverted Child.”
1. Delegate boring work.