If you’re in an INFP-INFP marriage, it sounds like life would be a dream. But having a partner of the same personality type presents challenges.
Living in a culture that equates success to fame, money, or power can feel alienating to an INFP.
INFPs need variety and personal autonomy. Don’t confine them to a box and force them to live and work the same way, every day.
In a society designed for fast-talking, fast-moving extroverts, what do thoughtful and reflective INFPs need to be happy?
Through writing, we INFJs and INFPs are able to be honest and open in a way that just can’t happen when there is another pair of eyes staring back at us.
Wonder why so much of life is spent repeating simple actions. Try to figure out a way that you could brush your teeth once and be finished with it forever.
I wasn’t exactly the model student. I was different, and therefore, I must be flawed. For INFPs, this very belief can be the birthplace of shame.
It’s quite common for INFPs to mistype themselves, especially when taking a personality assessment for the first time or reading basic type descriptions.
As a writing coach, I see the same challenges crop up for them again and again, and there are three big ones that it seems no INFP escapes.
I’m a huge fan of Myers-Briggs personality types, but I come in contact with a lot of MBTI fans, and sometimes, what I see worries me.