INFPs are often good at starting something, but we are rarely able to finish as we expected — or worse, never at all.
Exercising your “aspirational function” brings great satisfaction and even breakthroughs. For INTJs and INFJs, that function is Extroverted Sensing.
The new year is a new beginning. There’s no better time for personal-growth loving INFJs to start a self-development project.
Scrooge might seem familiar to the practical, fact-minded, and reliable ISTJ who can understand (at least on some level) many of his sentiments.
Therapy can be a great resource for any personality type, but it can be especially helpful for INFJs.
What you’ll notice first about an INTJ is his or her data-driven mind.
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.
INFJs see the world in a unique way—a way that most people can’t understand or relate to. Here’s what this rare personality type needs to be happy.
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.