Dating comes with a million things to fret about. Figuring out what to do can be a persistent nuisance, especially after several “dinner and a movie” dates.
For an INFP, nothing is more thrilling than falling in love. However, INFPs often find themselves in the unfortunate situation of unreciprocated love.
Where do introverted men go to meet women? To bars and clubs? Between the huge crowds, loud music, and obligatory drinking, they’re just not our style.
Although INFPs are interested in helping people, they are also extremely reserved and maintain a small circle of friends.
As an introvert, I kept to myself in class. You must have figured that I, a quiet and reserved kid, would be your perfect target.
Are you fortunate enough to be friends with an INFJ personality type? Here are some important things you should know about us.
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.
One of my biggest regrets about the past decade of my life is that I didn’t make more of an effort to make friends of my own.
I’m scared that someday my daughter will be standing in a crowd of teenagers and someone will sneer and ask her, “Why are you so quiet?”
“You’ll always be looking for something better,” he said. “What you want is unobtainable.” These statements came in a heated moment.