Illustration: matt furie
As INFPS, our dominant function is introverted feeling. We feel a lot and we feel deeply, but we often keep all the emotions inside and that can be damaging.
Practice extraverted feeling to balance this function. Don’t be afraid to communicate what you feel. Start with simple steps. It can be as subtle as tapping your foot on the ground to the beat of a song you like or smiling more in public. Also it’s good to practice putting emotions into words to exteriorize your feelings. Try talking about your feeling to one or two people first, then it will come more naturally.
This will help you put your feelings into perspective and also will help your relations with others, making it easier for other people to understand you and relate to you.