INFJs don’t have to struggle so much with relationships if we understand this one thing about our personality.
We don’t necessarily want to be friends with all your friends.
Under stress, a different side of the INFJ comes out.
Warm and caring, it may be surprising to learn that INFJs cut off relationships quickly.
Truth be told, a deep connection with another person is what INFJs crave the most.
As an INFJ, one of the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types, I feel like an inharmonious fusion of opposites.
A lot of an INFJ’s mental processing happens in solitude.
One of the major complaints I hear from INFJs is: “I don’t belong anywhere.”
Extraverted Sensing is the INFJ’s weakest cognitive function, and that can create some real challenges.
INFJs feel deeply, and that’s likely the understatement of the year but they often struggle to express those feelings.