Our soulmate-partner protects our sensitive nature and holds emotional space for us.
INFJs absorb other people’s emotions and may have a hard time understanding their own. INFPs mirror other people’s feelings.
These two types are like opposite sides of the same coin.
A huge part of personal growth is coming to terms with how you naturally function and embracing your true self, flaws and all.
The INFJ is the rarest of the Myers-Briggs personality types, making up 1-2 percent of the population. INFJs are deeply complex and highly sensitive.
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Of course everyone is complex, but the INFJ personality adds extra layers of complexity that are not so easily seen by an outsider.
Sometimes we INFJs feel like tortured souls — but our personality can also be a real gift. There are two sides to it, and it’s important to see both.