11 Things INFJ Hate Without A Doubt

12 Things INFJ dislike

INFJs are the logical empaths of the 16 Myers-Briggs personalities. Despite their outgoing personality, I must say, they are the real-deal deep thinkers as they lead with introverted intuition (Ni) – a function that funnels scattered concepts into one conclusive path. But because of such nature, along with empathy, INFJs can be overcritical about the … Read more

8 Signs You’re Probably an ‘Extroverted’ Introvert

8 Signs you're an Extroverted Introvert

Are you a pseudo-extrovert? Or do you love alone time but also enjoy spending time with your selected crowd? If you do, chances are, you could be an extroverted introvert. Simply put, being an “extroverted introvert” means you’re predominantly an introvert who projects extroverted traits under specific circumstances. You’re always reserved and seeking calmness deep … Read more

INFP Comfort Zone: Why INFPs Need to Be Uncomfortable

INFP Comfort Zone

We can regard the INFP comfort zone as any person, place, or situation where INFPs can be free, genuine, and remain emotionally unthreatened. What does the INFP comfort zone look like? Within their dreamlands, INFPs spend hours constructing reels of perfection, what-ifs, and creative possibilities. Meanwhile, in the tangible world, it could be anywhere from … Read more

6 Things to Remember for INFPs Feeling Lost in Life

Let’s say it. INFPs search for meaning in everything, I mean everything, they experience. Who wouldn’t want a deep understanding of our surroundings, right? But while this heartwarming trait cultivates passion among these idealists, being constantly on the lookout for meaning, unfortunately, has a fair share of downsides, too. Sadly, when INFPs find no meaning … Read more

INFP Clumsiness: How to Improve the Extraverted Sensing (Se) Blindspot

Among the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types, the INFPs, along with INTPs, may share the top spot as the clumsiest personalities due to their Extraverted Sensing (Se) sitting at the 7th cognitive function. This function is also called the Trickster or Blindspot. Of course, not all INFPs are densely gawky or floaty. Many INFPs work hands-on … Read more

INFP Sadness and How to Overcome It

It’s an endlessly running stereotype. When people hear INFPs, we know they straightaway associate our personality as the “saddest” among the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types. We’re pictured as the gloomy, yet gentle, and always crying personality. But how true is this? Now, people ask, “why are INFPs so sad?” Alright. Let us first clear a … Read more

Real Self-Love: 10 Ways on How to Love Yourself

Some say too much self-love can be destructive. Narcissistic. Selfish. Boastful. But is it, really? Is self-love destructive or maybe, it’s the flawed idea of love that makes it dangerous? Self-love is a positive state of emotional, mental, and spiritual growth. It is the ability to deflect baneful thoughts as you ground yourself to who … Read more

Are INFJs Ambiverts?

If you have an INFJ in your life, then you’ll notice how they tread across the reserved personality and an extroverted one. They’re deep thinkers, yet quirky at the same time. Focused, but can be funny goofballs, too. Because of such duality, people would wonder about their true personalities. Now, people ask, “Is INFJ personality … Read more

8 Signs It’s Time to Change Your Life

At the back of our minds, we know there’s something more in this life. People succeed. Some are contented. Others seem they had life figured out. But do you wonder why, sometimes, despite life’s vastness, mystery, and surprises, our long-desired dreams all seem unreachable? Despite the hopes and well-structured plans, why do we feel trapped … Read more

How Do You Cheer Up An INFP?

INFPs have a lot to offer to the world. Being an idealistic bunch, it seems like they never run out of plans, dreams, and goals. Their ability to see perfection and their pursuit of progress make INFPs heartwarmingly radiant people. However, being humans and introverted feelers, INFP isn’t exempted from feelings of sadness. When they … Read more

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