Introverts can be excellent conversationalists who are a lot of fun — but first we have to feel comfortable with you.
Change inevitably creates confusion. From an INFJ’s perspective, here’s why change is hard, and how you can deal with it anyway.
As INFJs, we seek books not only to understand, but also to be understood, to find characters who remind us that we are not alone.
INFJs are a unique breed. Making up only 1-2 percent of the population, this rare Myers-Briggs personality type is a paradox of traits.
These three factors place all INFJs at risk of burnout. And that leaves us exhausted and on edge. Here’s what I’ve learned about getting relief.
Let’s take a look at some of the strengths — and challenges — of the INFJ parent, based on the four components of this rare Myers-Briggs personality type.
INFJs make up only 1-2 percent of the population and are known for their paradoxical blend of “dreamer” and “doer” all in one.