It’s not easy for the INFJ, the rarest of the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types. Here are five things I wish people understood about us.
For the INFJ, Introverted Intuition and Extroverted Feeling can work together to create a mean case of writer’s block. Here’s why, plus tips to overcome it.
INFJs make up only 1-2 percent of the population and are known for their paradoxical blend of “dreamer” and “doer” all in one.
The INFJ, one of the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types, is known as both a dreamer and a doer. Here’s a glimpse into how this personality travels.
INFJs are looking for a soul-to-soul connection, and in a romantic relationship, they want to know their partner deeply, and be known deeply in return.
You’ve heard of “resting bitch face.” Well, I have something different. I’m an INFJ personality, and I suffer from “resting sad face.”
The INFJ is one of the most complex and contradictory personalities of the Myers-Briggs types. For me, this often leads to feeling completely hypocritical.
In order to take care of ourselves — so that we can continue helping others — we INFJs need to add a new word to our vocabulary.
INFJs are not just confusing, we can be downright contradictory! Here are eight insights into my life and its confusions as an INFJ.
What kind of work really fires up an INFJ? In my work with INFJs as a career coach, I’ve identified five characteristics this personality type needs.