Being an INFP in a sensing and extroverted world is bittersweet. Have you ever asked yourself why you’re so different? As you watch people progress in life, you start to assess yourself and question your purpose. The once “gifted child” loses their magic, it gets harder to fit in, and the world shuns away your
“I led an honest, righteous, and dignified life as an INFP, but… I also realized I’ve been an unhealthy and immature one for most of my life.” INFPs can be either encouraging or destructive at some point. Yes, INFPs may follow the same thought processes, but we’re still individuals with different goals, decisions, and ideals.