Introverts don’t brag about their accomplishments or holler their expertise in meetings, so sometimes they get overlooked for people who do.
INFJs notoriously ask this question because they’re always trying to improve themselves, and the world around them.
A lot of an INFJ’s mental processing happens in solitude.
One of the major complaints I hear from INFJs is: “I don’t belong anywhere.”
INFJs are seemingly great at communication. So why, when you get us face-to-face, do we sometimes appear to have taken a vow of silence?
Private and independent, INFJs don’t trust others easily. Here’s what this Myers-Briggs personality type needs in order to comfortably open up.
Your INFJ intuition will tell you which way you should go in life and when you shouldn’t trust someone.
I’m an INFJ, one of the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types, and I know that I have a monster in my room. Here’s how I’ve learned to defeat it.
“Oh no, you are so not an introvert! You can’t be!”