Sometimes life can be very difficult. But remember, my INFJ friends, that growth can only occur where there has been pain.
My INFJ personality type describes me perfectly and I only wish I could have discovered that I wasn’t alone a lot sooner.
I’ll admit something: as an INFJ, I often feel lonely. That might be a strange thing for an introvert to say because introverts tend to enjoy being alone.
For INFJs, making friends can be a tenuous process. We meet plenty of people whom we like, but pursuing deeper friendships with them can be difficult.
INFPs and INFJs are very similar. They’re both idealistic, moralistic, and empathic. It’s not uncommon for INFPs to mistype as INFJs, and vice versa.
How many times have you heard this question: “Why are you so quiet?” Every INFJ personality type has heard this tiresome question many times.
We can easily understand other people’s emotions and intentions. So why can’t they understand us?
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.