How INFPs Can Stop Being Hard On Themselves (3 Tough Advice)

INFP hard on themselves

Optimists and healers — these are what INFPs are about. They heal others, care for, and motivate people with their naturally passionate demeanor. It’s their instinct to turn people’s miseries around.  However, such compassion doesn’t always go the same when these Healers deal with themselves. Ironic, isn’t it? INFPs are known for being kind and

8 INFP Struggles People Never Hear About

INFP personality types are often considered the “idealists” of the 16 Myers-Briggs Personality Types because of their aptness for seeing the best in situations. When they’re in their game, it seems like no one will outdo an INFP. What is more, their constantly reeling imagination would always create visions of perfection. These Dreamers are creative,

15 Things to Describe What It’s Like to be an INFP

What is it like to be an INFP?

INFP stands for Introverted-Intuitive-Feeling-Perceiving. If you’re familiar with the rest of the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types, you would know that INFPs are a misunderstood bunch. Often misunderstood? I can’t blame people because INFPs are walking contradictions. Dang, I don’t even understand myself at times. Most INFPs are dreamy, but only a few will comprehend our depth. We’re

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