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What are some Infp struggles?
- Never really being able to finish anything you start.
- Not being assertive enough.
- Over-planning or no planning at all.
- Offering compassion to people who don’t care about you.
- Spending your energy constantly validating yourself instead of focusing on your goals.
What is an INFPs biggest fear?
The infp’s biggest fear would be if the world succumbed to a person or people that starkly contrasted the infp’s vision for morality. Lastly infp’s would fear if their life became so structured they would have little freedom of choice. Almost as if someone was making their life choices for them.
What is it like to be around an INFP?
The subtle way in which an INFP manipulates others’ emotions is masterful, and the end results can be wonderful. Those fortunate enough to be around healthy INFPs feel like they can achieve anything.
Do INFPs laugh at their quirks?
While I am proud of my INFP quirks, sometimes I have to laugh at them to keep my sanity in check. Here are seven quirks of my INFP personality that often leave me shaking my head and grinning through it. Although I’m not the only personality type to do things like this, I think INFPs will especially relate. (What’s your personality type?
Do INFPs relate to watching TV?
Although I’m not the only personality type to do things like this, I think INFPs will especially relate. (What’s your personality type? Take a free personality assessment .) 1. Staring at the TV and having no clue what just happened
What happens when an INFP splits from the world?
This causes a massive split in the INFP’s life, and can lead to feelings of loneliness, and a sense of disempowerment. When an INFP reaches this point of split, the outer world starts feeling restrictive or suffocating, and freedom and sovereignty can only exist in the distractions of the inner world.