The new year is a new beginning. There’s no better time for personal-growth loving INFJs to start a self-development project.
Therapy can be a great resource for any personality type, but it can be especially helpful for INFJs.
INFJs see the world in a unique way—a way that most people can’t understand or relate to. Here’s what this rare personality type needs to be happy.
INFJs are sensitive souls who see the world differently.
First impressions can be deceiving, even for the INFJ. The more you spend time with people who may not be your “type,” the more you learn from them.
Your dominant mindsets as an INFJ are Introverted Intuition and Extroverted Feeling. When you employ Feeling, you use it in an extroverted fashion.
An INFJ, I found myself holding back feelings, because, despite her best efforts, I simply could not believe that someone could be so accepting of me.
An INFJ will do anything for those they love, sometimes ignoring their needs. When you move on from an unhealthy relationship, you respect your happiness.
As a INFJ, allowing others to be taken care of first and making sure they were happy was something that came naturally to me.
As an INFJ personality type, I replayed all the events in the hospital in my mind seemingly thousands of times a day. I couldn’t stop.