What do we need to be happy? It’s hard to find happiness, especially for me. I’m a person who’s never satisfied and wants more,more and more but here there are the thing that could make us feel definitely better. 1) A deep understanding of who we are. We often feel lost and we ask ourselves […]Read More What INFPs need to be happy
I will quote what I found here because it’s scarily accurate.. “INFPs feel tremendous loyalty and commitment to their relationships. With the Feeling preference dominating their personality, harmony and warm feelings are central to the INFP’s being. They feel a need to be in a committed, loving relationship. If they are not involved in such […]Read More INFPs as lovers
INFPs are hard to keep but, when they stay, they do it for all their lives. They’re complicated: they crave the depth of mutual human understanding and they’re excellent at reading into other’s feelings but they don’t provide others the same insight into themselves. They will always be there as an ear to listen, a […]Read More INFPs as friends
Here there’s a list of the things we struggle with. If you are like us, share the article! Well, let’s start. 1)Procrastination. I’m good at thinking about my projects and organising them but…doing what I planned? Ha ha ha My tendency to procrastination has caused too many problems so, this summer, I’m forcing myself to […]Read More INFP problems
Fi Ne Si Te As an INFP, you live in your inner world. You have a rich universe inside your mind and you can act accordingly. All your feelings, all your values are inside of it and you act by consequence, not matter what the rest says. Your Fi makes you concentrate on how to […]Read More INFP
First of all, The INTJ is the patient visionary with a clear view of how the future should look and will work with quiet and logical determination to make it happen. INTJs love intellectual challenges and will be stimulated by the abstract and the complex. The INTJs love the complex, the new and untested. Facts […]Read More Things you shouldn’t say to INTJs
Psychologist Carl Jung was first to observe that our brains have 8 basic, fundamental functions that it performs and that these express themselves differently in each of us. Each of us has a “dominant” function that is our strongest function and the one that comes without any effort. We have: Ni/Ne, Ti/Te, Fi/Fe, Si/Se. Here is […]Read More MBTI and cognitive functions.