Both introverted and people-oriented, emotional and rational, thoughtful yet spontaneous, INFJs can feel like walking contradictions.
When an INFJ’s hobbies or job consistently meet these five needs, they feel deeply satisfied with their work.
The INFJ is considered the rarest Myers-Briggs personality type, making up less than 2 percent of the world’s entire population.
It’s said that when you deeply wound an INFJ, they don’t hate you, they nothing you.
INFJs are usually understanding and empathetic, more so than many other types, but even they have their limits.
If left unchecked, our INFJ brains can become our biggest bullies.
INFJs often see the big picture, which can be advantageous — but it can also lead to painful overthinking.
“Actions speak louder than words” could be the mantra for how INFJs show their love — they want to do whatever they can to make you happy.
As the rarest of the Myers-Briggs personality types, you may sometimes feel misunderstood as an INFJ — but these quotes will help.
You’ll often find INFJs observing others using their introverted X-ray vision to read into what they really think, feel, or desire.