A quick and common fix, such as, “Stop worrying about what others think,” or “Just let it go,” isn’t usually enough to heal the INFJ’s hurting soul.
I’m an INFJ, and I have been told that I have been writing since I was able to hold a pen. For years, I kept handfuls of journals tucked under my bed.
It happened again the other day: I frightened people by suddenly shifting from my quiet public persona to the person who hides behind the INFJ mask.
I’m sure you can relate to that moment when you discovered that you’re an INFJ personality type. For me, it was a relief.
As an INFJ, I have always thought of myself as different somehow. Like I don’t fit the mold of a “normal” person. I was too quiet.
When it comes to relationships, the INFJ personality type can really struggle. However, we can make fantastic partners for the right person.
INFJs are very good at empathizing with others even if we’ve never directly experienced what the other person is going through.
INFJs and INTJs use Introverted Intuition (Ni), which means they’re always looking for the meaning behind information, beyond just the concrete facts.
Are you fortunate enough to be friends with an INFJ personality type? Here are some important things you should know about us.
I experienced something that is quite routine for an INFJ empath, but nevertheless, it left me in a state of awe: I “visited” another human being.