INFPs tend to have a hard time making decisions. We see the good and bad in everything. Some of us will reach out to other people to know what they would do if they were in our shoes. While it’s … Continue reading INFP tip #44 : decision making
Exteriorize your thoughts. INFPs have a tendency to over-think. Good or bad thoughts run into our minds and become bigger than reality. A small negative thought can become immense, irrational and depressing. We need to bring our thoughts outwards, to really … Continue reading INFP tip #43
-Stop trying to control everything. -Learn to forgive. Completely. And move on. -Be happy for other people’s success. -Do things you really want to do. (You can’t always do what you want to do, but you have to do SOME … Continue reading More quick reminders
This tip is not just for INFPs, it’s for anyone who ever felt inadequate, or not good enough. « The key is not to “decide” anything about who you should be. The key is to feel your feelings. That means being … Continue reading INFP tip #42
If you read about Myers Briggs and INFPs, you probably see this statement a lot: INFPs are self-centered. And if you are an INFP, you might not be so sure this is true. When we hear “self-centered”, we often understand arrogant, … Continue reading INFPs are self-centered?
As an INFP, this is something I try to remind myself very often: There are billions of people on earth, take makes billions of unique views on life. You could try to get along with everyone. INFPs are good at … Continue reading INFP tip #41
INFPs have a strong sense of feeling and intuition. In my last posts, I’ve talked about how this can bring us to make false assumptions about situations or people. Sometimes our feelings are right, sometimes they are wrong, and the … Continue reading INFP tip #40