It may seem bizarre that the INFJ, one of the most “authentic” personality types, could end up with someone who is inauthentic.
You’ve heard of “resting bitch face.” Well, I have something different. I’m an INFJ personality type, and I have “resting sad face.”
As an INFJ empath, you probably never feel more alone than when you’re in a room full of disingenuous people.
I molded myself into the INTJ stereotype.
I’m writing to you today about something I have dealt with my entire life. As an INFJ, it is something I struggle with almost every day.
The INFJ personality type often feels awkward because we see things few others see.
I’ve mentioned this to everyone in my inner circle about twenty times now, but I recently took a personality test and, as it turns out, I’m an INFJ.
INFJs can have happy relationships with any personality type. However, some types will probably be more compatible with INFJs than others.
We INFJs might not be extroverts who feed on social activities, but we have plenty of inherent traits we can use to our advantage.
Being single can be difficult for any personality type. But for INFJs, it can be especially hard, because you crave deep connections with others.