I have a pretty low tolerance for people who exhibit these three tendencies. They simply don’t feel safe for my heart.
Being an INFP personality can make it extra challenging to find the right career. Here’s what this introverted type needs on the job to be happy.
As an INFP personality, sometimes I feel like a walking 404 error.
After lots of pondering, countless therapy sessions, and an existential breakdown (or two), I figured out the key reasons INFPs absolutely need routines.
Love is the life-blood of the INFP personality type. As lovers of love, finding a compatible partner willing to investigate our complex nature can be hard.
INFPs are seen as these daydreaming, fairy-like creatures who doodle away in their notebooks and sip nectar from bluebells. But that’s far from the truth.
INFPs see the world in a special way. So what exactly makes this unique introverted personality tick? Here are the five things INFPs value most in life.
Many INFPs love creative writing but struggle to actually do it. Here are three reasons why, according to a writing coach for INFPs.
INFPs tend to jump from one thing to another, both in their hobbies and career. Here’s why, plus advice from a career coach to find a job you can stick with.
On the surface, the INFJ and INFP personalities appear very similar. Not sure which one you are? It’s a common dilemma. Here’s how to tell them apart.