Being an INFJ, I can wholeheartedly admit that being a parent to one of us... is hard as hell. It can be scary, confusing and a bit worrisome at times. However, I have a few tips and ideas to help you understand your INFJ child a little better and get y'all on the same page.
Not all workplaces are cut out for an INFJ. Some just aren't fulfilling, some are just to emotionally taxing. However, there are some situations where it might not be the job itself, but rather then workplace that limits the INFJ's true potential. Click to read about INFJ triggers in a toxic workplace.
The MBTI assessment is something that I've used in my self awareness journey over the past year. However, there are some people that feel like the MBTI assessment doesn't carry any weight. Here's my take on the MBTI assessment and how it has helped me on my journey after learning I am an INFJ.
INFJ burn out is something that most people have never heard. However, it is something too common and too real for most INFJs. Due to our bleeding hearts and observant minds, we are very susceptible to burn out. This is what I've come to understand about burn out and how to prevent it.
The INFJ door slam is something that is very real and very complex. However, it's not something that an INFJ takes lightly or will ever do without being deserved.
Being an INFJ can be lonely, sad and confusing. However, I think that you can look at all of the personality traits of an INFJ in a different light by using the Law of Attraction. I show how to change your life as an INFJ using the Law of Attraction... and why we might be the most powerful forces that there are in the Universe.
The INFJ personality is just about as complex as it can be. We're very rare, so we're also very hard to understand. I break down why your INFJ friend may be a mystery on social media... and what you're doing that's pissing them off!
I have always been an animal lover. But I never understood why some people saw me as 'weird' or 'obsessed'. I see animals as the most precious thing on earth. How could someone else see it as 'just an animal?'.... Well, after learning that I'm an INFJ, I think I understand just a little bit better why I reach for my pets.