It is often tough being an INFJ. As the rarest personality type, it can be easy for INFJs to feel misunderstood.
Running gives me an excuse to be alone without having to explain that need to others.
Because we are dreamers, we are motivated by the future and all the romanticized potential it could hold.
I occasionally get strong, unexplainable feelings that some future event is going to happen.
An INFJ might start overdoing sensing activities, such as eating, drinking, or exercising too much, or become obsessed with details.
INFJs are drawn to selflessly helping others. But we are introverts who have limited energy to give. Eventually, the INFJ will burn out.
The differences between the INFJ and INTJ personality types come down to their cognitive functions.
INFJs are unusual. Not only are they the rarest MBTI type, but the elements of their personality often seem contradictory.
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The INFJ may be the rarest personality type, but many famous INFJs have made a huge impact on the world.