Angry, negative, and toxic people drain sensitive introverts, who need to feel emotionally safe in order to express their true thoughts and feelings.
Through writing, we INFJs and INFPs are able to be honest and open in a way that just can’t happen when there is another pair of eyes staring back at us.
As a writing coach, I see the same challenges crop up for them again and again, and there are three big ones that it seems no INFP escapes.
Ironically, I still struggle to write. But after reading a huge amount of information on introverts and INFJs, I’ve identified three obstacles in my path.
Perhaps no other personality type is as mythologized as the INTJ. Everyone knows INTJs are the “masterminds,” the cold evil geniuses who have no emotions.
Many HSPs and introverts struggle with people-pleasing tendencies. But we simply cannot be in charge of everyone else’s emotions.