This Is Why You Struggle With Self-Love, Based On Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type

This Is Why You Struggle With Self-Love, Based On Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type

ENFP: You spend too much time thinking about the next best thing.

You have trouble staying in one place (physically or otherwise) because you think there are better things waiting on the other side of wherever you are, and you believe you’ll only be happy and whole once you get there. Take the time to realize where you are, and who you are, and how great things are right here where you’re standing. You’re worth loving right here where you’re standing.

INFP: You worry that you don’t know who you really are.

You have so many thoughts flying around inside your mind. You spend a great deal of your life determine where you stand on things, and you hold true to the strong moral convictions you possess. Yet you’re also open to so many possibilities and perspectives, that sometimes you have trouble figuring out where you stand and what you really think…

And this causes you to doubt yourself and your worth more than you would like to admit. It’s okay that you’re still taking time to figure out the person you are, but you can still love yourself and your growth as you work your way to getting there. You can (and should) love yourself while you’re trying to get there.

ENTP: You value your ideas and whether they come to fruition too much.

You have a lot of ideas, and you have a desire to see them come to life. Sometimes, they do, and it’s everything you hoped it would be. Other times, not so much, and you judge yourself and your worth a little too harshly. It’s okay that not every idea you want to happen ends up happening. Your value isn’t hinged solely on how successful you are with your ideas. You can still value yourself in the failures, simply because you were willing to try.

INTP: You compare yourself to people around you.

You spend a lot of time dwelling on ideas and solutions inside your head, but you don’t always follow through on the actions. This can cause you to look around at everyone else, particularly ones you admire, and compare yourself to them which can easily send you down a spiral of thinking you’re not good enough.

You need to take the time to realize that just because you aren’t in the same place as other people doesn’t mean you aren’t worthy of love or are invaluable. Try to focus on yourself and making the things in your head a reality. You have a lot going for you that’s worth loving.

ESFJ: You’re trying to save everyone else all the time.

You want to be the hero who saves the day, and truth be told you’re quite good at it. You gravitate towards people who need a helping hand, or just who end up needing somebody at all. You take their burdens upon your shoulders and do your best to be the savior they so desperately are searching for and you hinge your self-worth entirely on how many people you successfully “save.”

Sometimes, there are people in this world who can’t be saved, and either way, it is not your sole responsibility to do so. You are still worthy of love despite how much you do for others. You have to learn to take care of yourself, too.

ISFJ: You’re always trying to make everyone else happy.

There is nothing more that would make you happy than if everyone would just get along. If there is harmony amongst your friends, family, or coworkers, then all is right with the world. However, if there isn’t any harmony, you throw yourself into the chaos hoping to smooth things over.You tend to value yourself by how effective you are at keeping the peace, and if no resolution can be made between people, even despite your best effort.

you tend to see yourself as pretty useless. However, not everyone in the world is going to get along all the time, and that’s perfectly okay. You are still worthy of love even if everyone else can’t seem to agree, and you should do your best to remember that you still have so many great things about you to give to this world.

ESTJ: You base your worth on what you achieve.

You love to get things done, in the most efficient way possible. Yet sometimes things beyond your control can cause you to be knocked off track, and things don’t turn out the way they’re supposed to. You tend to measure your self-worth based on the things you achieve, the more practical, the better. Yet you need to take time to remind yourself that you value isn’t determined based on what you get done all of the time.

ISTJ: You worry you won’t provide enough to care for the people around you.

You care a lot for your family and loved ones, and you tend to take it upon yourself to provide for their practical and material needs as much as humanly possible. This tends to cause you to place a lot of pressure on yourself as the sole person responsible, and if you’re not able to come through the way you expect, then you see yourself as worthless.

Take time to remind yourself that it isn’t always up to you to handle everything and that you’re still a valuable person worthy of love even on the days you mess up. You contribute so much to this world, but it isn’t all that you are.

ENFJ: You are too focused on the lives and problems of everyone else around you.

You are definitely the person people turn to when they need an ear to listen or a shoulder to lean on. You have a real knack for helping people become the best version of themselves. However, sometimes you get too sucked into the lives and problems of other people, and you wear yourself down trying to be there for them and help them out.

You tend to measure your worth on how everyone else in your life is doing, and you never take the time to recognize how incredible you are. You need to take the time to remind yourself that you are still worthy of love despite what is happening either everyone else and despite what things you’re able to do to help them. You have to take time to take care of yourself, too.

INFJ: You think you have to be perfect.

You spend a great deal of time inside your mind, dreaming up the perfect world, with the perfect ideals, and the perfect version of yourself. You always compare the person you are to the person you feel you’re supposed to be, and it causes you to think very little of yourself sometimes. It’s okay to remember that nothing in this world, including you, is perfect, nor is it supposed to be. Take time to remind yourself that perfectionism shouldn’t dictate your self-worth.

ESTP: You want to impress everyone else.

Your confidence tends to radiate from you in most circumstances, but truth be told, you have a strong desire to impress the people around you whether it be through your actions, personality, or anything else you can muster. You don’t need people to like you, but you do need them to be impressed by you because only then do you think highly of yourself.

You need to take the time to reflect on why this is so important to you and to realize that impressing other people shouldn’t determine the way you see yourself. You are an incredible person worthy of love despite whether anyone else is looking at you.

ISTP: You’re analytical to a fault, and it causes you to be insanely hard on yourself.

Truth be told, you spend some much time with yourself that people would assume all you have is self-love. Yet as someone who is logical and constantly inside your own head, you tend to analyze everything possible, including yourself.You can easily nit-pick at things to try and find a better solution, and if you’re not careful, this can apply to yourself too—constantly finding the faults within yourself and trying to figure out the quickest way to fix them.

You need to take time to realize that continually being hard on yourself isn’t going to yield the outcome you’re hoping for in the long run and that you are worthy of love despite how often you might try to convince yourself otherwise.

ESFP: You’re too busy trying to get everyone else to love you.

 You are an entertainer for sure, even if you’re not always on a stage. There are a lot of people who seem to like you, and that works out well for you since you tend to thrive on the approval of the people around you. Yet you tend to hinge your entire value on validation from others, and if you don’t receive it, you start to believe there is something wrong with you and that you’re worthless.

However, you can’t allow the opinions of people to determine your value, because at the end of the day the person whose opinion matters most needs to be your own. You are still someone filled with endless possibility and potential, regardless of whether or not you have people always telling you so.

ISFP: You spend too much time trying to be mysterious.

You know there is a lot about you that this world isn’t aware of, and you don’t mind that at all. You go through a great deal of effort to make sure people only know certain things about you, and it can take its toll after awhile. You start to internalize the belief that the more mysterious you are, the more worthy you are, and that’s just not true.

Keeping yourself hidden from the world doesn’t mean you’re more valuable, and you need to take time to remind yourself that you’re still worthy of love despite how much of yourself the rest of the world sees and trust me, it’s worth seeing.

ENTJ: You value your accomplishments more than yourself.

 Once you set your eyes on a goal, it takes a heck of a lot to stop you from making it happen. You are known for accomplishing pretty much anything you set your mind to and sometimes you have a habit of letting your worth tie into that. The more you achieve, the more valuable you see yourself, and you assume that others see you this way too.

Yet when you aren’t succeeding the way you hoped, or you aren’t accomplishing the things you set out to do, you become incredibly harsh with yourself and tend to view yourself as worthless. You need to take time to remind yourself that you aren’t always going to succeed, but that doesn’t mean you are worthless. It says you’re human (despite how much you wish that weren’t true). You are still valuable and still worthy of love even on the days you fail.

INTJ: You think you need all the answers.

You place a high value on knowledge and obtaining it however you can. It can be beneficial to learn about things, and in that search, it can easy to get caught up in trying to have everything figured out. You tend to believe that once you have all the answers to the questions in your mind, that’s when you’ll be happy, and that’s when you can finally love yourself.

Yet the truth is, none of us have all the answers, and we never will. That’s perfectly okay. You shouldn’t determine your value based on whether or not you know everything you’re searching for. It’s okay to recognize that you can still see yourself as worthwhile and valuable while you’re on the journey to figure everything out. Take time to remind yourself that you’re still worthy of love even when you don’t have all the answers.

Here’s How You’ll Fall In Love In 2019, Based On Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type

Here’s How You’ll Fall In Love In 2019, Based On Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type

ENFP

This year, you’ll fall both in and out of love. It will be an invigorating, passionate whirlwind – and it’ll ultimately show you more about yourself and the world around you than you could ever have possibly imagined. Even if it doesn’t end up lasting forever, you’ll appreciate love this year, for the new worlds that it opens your eyes to.

INFP

This year, you’ll spend a lot of time alone – learning more about yourself and what you truly want out of a relationship. Once you’ve done the hard work of rooting through your past hangups, the right person will fall easily, naturally into your life. It won’t be as intense, as passionate or as big of a whirlwind as your love affairs usually are, but it’ll feel right. And it’ll continue to feel right for a very long time.

ENFJ

This year you’ll date around for a while, but ultimately find yourself stopped dead in your tracks by a charming new classmate or coworker. You’ll finally find yourself falling for someone who’s equally as invested as you are in the relationship, and it will make you feel more appreciated than ever before.

INFJ

This year, you’ll take things to the next level with someone who’s been in your life for ages. Whether it’s taking the next steps with your current partner, moving a relationship from platonic to romantic or even just mustering up the courage to tell your crush that you like them, things will shift in a surprisingly pleasant way – and the only question you’ll be left with is why you didn’t move things forward sooner.

ENTP

This year you’ll be caught off guard by someone who shares your favorite past time. Their warmth, openness and genuineness will drive you to learn more and more about them – and before you know it, you’ll be stumbling over your own words every time they’re around. At which point you’ll realize, shit – you’ve got it bad for them. Luckily, they’ll feel the same.

INTP

This year, you’ll capture someone’s eye at a work-related event. It will take you a while to work out that they aren’t emailing you that often for strictly professional reasons – but once you do work it out, you’ll be charmed by the effort they’ve put into pursuing you. And you’ll be inclined to return the same effort.

ENTJ

This year you’ll meet your partner off a dating app. Is it a romantic way to meet someone? Of course not. But it’s a practical and straightforward way to find someone you’re compatible with — and that’s a lot more important to you than romance.

INTJ

This year you’ll be blind sighted when you discover that a close friend has had feelings for you all along. It’ll take a bit of mental readjustment, but you’ll ultimately be happier than ever once you realize how compatible the two of you are – and how natural a relationship between you ends up feeling.

ESTP

This year you’ll be chased relentlessly by someone who isn’t your usual type – but you’ll be happily surprised to get to know them. Rather than writing them off as the kind of person you wouldn’t usually go for, give them a chance to show you what they’re all about – they might just be everything you never knew you needed.

ISTP

This year you’ll fall in love with someone who is a true and natural partner to you. Someone who understands your ins and outs, and wants to build a practical relationship around your mutual interests. You’ll finally understand what it means to be supported by someone in the way that you want to be supported – and you’ll be more than happy to return the favor.

ESTJ

This year you’ll fall in love with a friend. Someone who’s been around for years, in your periphery, who you suddenly start looking at in a different light. Your feelings will catch you off guard, but trust them – there’s a reason the two of you have always been so naturally compatible.

ISTJ

This year you’ll fall in love with your polar opposite. Something about their free-spirited attitude will intrigue you – and you won’t be able to get them out of your head. So you’ll opt to move in closer. And you won’t regret that choice.

ESFP

This year, you’ll fall in love accidentally. Instead of your usual routine (you know, getting way to excited about someone right away and then having your hopes dashed by date two), you’ll slip unexpectedly into a relationship that you never saw coming. And ironically, it will end up feeling more right than ever.

ISFP

This year you’ll fall head over heels for someone mysterious. You won’t be able to figure them out right away – and that will intrigue you. You’ll have to do some chasing, but eventually they’ll come around – and admit that they’ve been having trouble pinning you down, too!

ESFJ

This year you’ll fall in love on a first date. You’ll feel certain your feelings are getting ahead of you, but come the holidays, you’ll be sending out couple’s cards. Once you meet them, something inside of you will click – and neither of you will look back.

ISFJ

This year, you’ll return to an old flame. Now that you’re both in different places, you can finally make the relationship that you’ve always wanted to have, work. You’ll fall easily, comfortably, into the stable, healthy kind of love that’s been evading you for years.

10 ISTJs Explain Exactly How To Win Over Their Type

10 ISTJs Explain Exactly How To Win Over Their Type

1. “Be genuine and real. I don’t appreciate phoney grand gestures or disingenuous small talk.”

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2. “When it comes to friends, I look for people that are consistent, loyal, and share some of my values. As far as a romantic partner, I want to know the person before we pursue something beyond a friendship. I enjoy someone who can make me laugh but also discuss more serious matters when need be.”

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3. “Just come out and tell me what you are looking for. I appreciate the straightforwardness.”

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4. “Understand my need to have a plan for literally everything I do!”

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5. “Be enthusiastic – I need someone silly to help me come out of my reserved shell!”

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6. “Be honest and give me moral support. That’s most of what I’m looking for in a romantic partner.”

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7. “Be blunt, but not forceful. We can be a little dense when it comes to romance so if you want to go on a date with us, please don’t ask us to ‘hang out.’ Just call it a date so we know what we’re getting into.”

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8. “I am attracted to people who are friendly and upbeat. Crassness and swearing is a turn-off though. I keep things clean and I’m looking for a partner who does the same.”

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9. “Take the initiative with us and set a concrete date and time. And then don’t be late! Punctuality is important to ISTJs as we see it as a sign of respect.”

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10. “Please don’t play games – that is confusing and a turn-off. Just be honest, genuine and polite. And please respect the fact that I like to plan things ahead of time. Dating is stressful enough as it is without having plans constantly changing!”

What Each Myers Briggs Personality Type Does On Tinder

What Each Myers Briggs Personality Type Does On Tinder

Your Myers Briggs Personality type can say a lot about how you swipe.

ENFP

Makes friends on Tinder. Likes conversing with new people and learning about their fellow humans.

ENTJ

Let’s go out on a date. Like, now. Knows what they want and goes straight for it.

ENTP

Gets into an argument with someone over political views on Tinder. Refreshingly honest, may offend someone over a innocent remark. Most likely to list “adventures” as a requirement.

ENFJ

Asks a lot of personal questions, tries to figure matches out. Makes a date as easy as possible for you.

ESTP

“Here for a good time not a long time.” No, they’re not mincing their words, they don’t beat around the bush. The status quo is the status quo.

ESFP

Likes having a good time, the more the merrier. Always up to make new friends and meet new people. Confident and not afraid to show it.

ESTJ

When an ESTJ sees someone they like, they’ll make it clear. Goes for what they want.

ESFJ

Discussing mutual friends. Interested in the people around them and the way social circles overlap and intersect.

ISFP

Can be shy from the outset but they’re usually just guarded and will open up in their own time.

ISTP

Spontaneous free spirits, but may not be able to make up their mind for dates in a week’s time. Are you free Tuesday night? Uh…maybe…we’ll see.

ISTJ

Tinder is a game, right? So let’s make some rules. Don’t swipe right for this, swipe left for that, swipe right for this ONLY if that. Smokers? Nope. Dog person? Tick.

ISFJ

Love at first sight? Happens for ISFJs all the time. Forms attachments and decides this is the perfect guy/girl within a few pages of conversation. ISFJs aren’t fickle and tend to favour commitment.

INFP

Falls in love at first sight with the perfect match on Tinder and is crushed when they don’t match. But when they do, INFPs are enigmatic creatures who keep you guessing.

INTP

Genuinely on Tinder for a lazy swipe every now and then. Less likely to make the first move.

INTJ

Attracts the sapiosexuals, because intelligence is attractive.

INFJ

Sees through everyone’s facade and becomes a shoulder to cry on for someone who’s having a tough time.

You Cannot Use An Online Quiz To Properly Assess Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type: Here’s Why

You Cannot Use An Online Quiz To Properly Assess Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type: Here’s Why

Almost every criticism that exists about Myers-Briggs psychology is based on the reliability of test scores. And I’m going to have to agree with the critics here: the test retest reliability of the instrument is not impressive. Many people get vastly different results every time they take the test: I myself have tested as an ENFP, ENFJ, INFJ, ISFJ and INFP over the years (the only thing I seem to consistently weigh in as is a feeler). And yet, I believe in Myers-Briggs psychology whole-heartedly. I believe that it is valid, accurate and representative of very real psychological processes that go on in our minds.

What I do not believe in are the online quizzes that simplify the MBTI down to a four-letter type. These quizzes (most of which are not the official MBTI but free knock-offs) seem to give inaccurate results almost all of the time. They are wildly unreliable and hopelessly invalid. Before you affirmatively declare yourself an INFJ or ENTJ based on the online quiz you just took, I’d like to beg you to consider the following issues and consider learning about cognitive functions or seeing an MBTI practitioner instead.

1. The quizzes test based on letter dichotomies, not cognitive functions.

Online quizzes will tell you if you are an “E” or an “I,” an “S” or an “N,” an “F” or a “T,” and a “J” or a “P.” These dichotomies mean almost nothing and are merely placeholders for the cognitive functions that explain our underlying psychological processes. You cannot properly determine or understand your four-letter type without first understanding the cognitive functions you employ. Most online quizzes don’t touch on cognitive functions, though.

It’s the equivalent of going to a doctor who diagnoses you solely on your outward appearance, without doing a single X-ray or test. You might look like you’re perfectly healthy when in actuality you have cancer. In the same way, you might seem like an INTJ but actually be an INFP. You have to test for what’s not immediately apparent – which the online quizzes don’t do.

2. It gives polarized results.

Here is the problem with dichotomies of any sort: They insist that you are one way or another. In reality, we are all sensors, intuitives, thinkers, feelers, judgers, perceivers, introverts and extroverts in different situations, at different times in our lives. Cognitive function theory explains that we all posses each trait that exits on the dichotomy.

We simply use them in a specific order, and that order determines our type. Thinkers have feelings. Feelers have thoughts. Judgers are occasionally indecisive and personally, I’m a perceiver who sticks to the same daily schedule religiously. Fitting ourselves neatly into one group or the other is arbitrary and unrealistic – we all use each mental process in different ways.

The polarized dichotomies that are doled out by online tests lead to a great deal of confusion about type. The deep-thinking sensor might assume themselves to be an intuitive, or the pragmatic feeler might market themselves as a thinker. In reality, we cannot simplify our entire personalities into neat little boxes labeled “N,” “S,” “T,” or “F.” None of us are all one way or another but the letter dichotomy tests (incorrectly) imply that we are solely emotional or entirely logical that’s the end of the story.

3. Self-report bias is real and it skews results monstrously.

If there’s one thing they drill into your brain when you take an undergraduate degree in psychology, it’s that we almost entirely lack the ability to objectively assess ourselves. Because we know ourselves so intricately, we can find back-up facts to support just about anything we’d like to believe about ourselves. When a test asks us if we’re logical, we think, “Last week I didn’t buy lunch out because I wanted to save money,” and we click, “Yes. Very logical.” We ignore the seventeen other times this month when we DID splurge.

This bias is unbelievably present when it comes to Myers-Briggs questionnaires. Most of them use direct self-reports: Meaning there’s no deception involved in the analysis of the test – they just straight-up ask you if you’re loud or quiet, abstract or grounded, logical or emotional and structured or spontaneous and trust you to give accurate answers. We all like to think that we know ourselves well enough to answer the questions honestly – but the sad truth is that most of the time, we simply answer based on how we wish we were, rather than how we actually are.

4. The language that online tests use is convoluted and often misleading.

Because online tests assess type based on dichotomies, they often don’t pick up on the subtle inconsistencies in Myers-Briggs theory. For example, asking someone if they’re spontaneous or routine oriented only really determines their “J” or “P” preference if they’re a sensor. For intuitives, being a judger versus a perceiver has more to do with how you analyze new information and plan the future.

However, the quizzes tend to assess everyone’s J or P preference based on spontaneity, which means we end up with a large amount of intuitive perceivers thinking they’re judgers. This isn’t a self-report bias problem – it’s an issue with the test itself.

Additionally, the language used in online Myers-Briggs tests is often overly theoretical and ambiguous. Quiz-takers aren’t always completely sure of what they’re being asked, or they interpret a question one way when it’s meant to be taken another. The questions are largely based on theoretical constructs that are clear to the test creators but not to the test takers – this gives way to a breakdown in communication that can yield wildly inaccurate results.

5. Your actual type is based on mental processes you employ, not on opinions you hold about yourself.

At the end of the day, without a thorough understanding of the cognitive functions and how they manifest (and in some cases, even WITH that knowledge), it’s impossible to judge your own type. Your behavior is not indicative of the type that you are – your brain is. An ENTP may insist that they are a J, despite everything about their tangent-oriented speech pattern indicating extroverted intuition. An INFP may passionately argue that they feel like an INFJ, in the way that only someone with introverted feeling truly could.

Licensed MBTI practitioners (if they are any good) can pick up on these patterns in speech and thought and identify them as the cognitive functions that they truly represent. Online quizzes simply give you the four-letter type that corresponds to the person you want to be. If you’re happy with the misrepresentation, take a free online assessment. If you want to know your true type, however, you’re going to have to see a professional or start doing some serious research.

22 Carl Jung Quotes That Explain What You Love About Personality Psychology

22 Carl Jung Quotes That Explain What You Love About Personality Psychology

The shoe that fits one person pinches another; there is no recipe for living that suits all cases.


As a child I felt myself to be alone, and I am still, because I know things and must hint at things which others apparently know nothing of, and for the most part do not want to know.


Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other people.


The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.


Loneliness does not come from having no people about one, but from being unable to communicate the things that seem important to oneself, or from holding certain views which others find inadmissible.


Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.


If one does not understand a person, one tends to regard him as a fool.


If there is anything we wish to change in the child, we should first examine it and see whether it is not something that could better be changed in ourselves.


It all depends on how we look at things, and not on how they are themselves


The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are.


One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.


If people can be educated to see the lowly side of their own natures, it may be hoped that they will also learn to understand and to love their fellow men better. A little less hypocrisy and a little more tolerance towards oneself can only have good results in respect for our neighbor; for we are all too prone to transfer to our fellows the injustice and violence we inflict upon our own natures.


We meet ourselves time and again in a thousand disguises on the path of life.


Nothing worse could happen to one than to be completely understood.


Even a happy life cannot be without a measure of darkness, and the word happy would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness.


You are what you do, not what you say you’ll do.


Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.


A man who has not passed through the inferno of his passions has never overcome them.


The healthy man does not torture others – generally it is the tortured who turn into torturers.


Sometimes you have to do something unforgivable just to be able to go on living.


I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.


The most terrifying thing is to accept oneself completely.


Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type Answers The Question ‘Which Type Would You Rather Be?’

Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type Answers The Question ‘Which Type Would You Rather Be?’

Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type comes with its own set of joys and struggles. However, sometimes we’d like to trade in those struggles for somebody else’s. This week I asked 12,000 type enthusiasts on my Facebook page which type they would rather be if they could trade in their type for another. Here’s what they had to say.

Jump to your type:
Idealists: ENFP INFP INFJ ENFJ
Rationals: ENTP INTP INTJ ENTJ
Guardians: ESFJ ISFJ ESTJ ISTJ
Artisans: ESTP ISTP ISFP ESFP

ENFP

ENFPs provided a wide range of responses, but predominantly wished to switch to either INFJ or a slightly different version of their own type.

“I love being an ENFP. I wouldn’t trade! But if I HAD to choose, I’d want to be an INFJ, it would be like I was just turned inside out, and had more structure to my life.” “I’m an ENFP. I wish to be a more self actualized ENFP. Which is probably very ENFP of me.” “I would love to be an ENTP. I love my extraverted intuition but would rather have it paired up with thinking instead of feeling.”

“#TeamENFP alllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll day/life long baby!! Would not want to be another type, but I would like to be a bit taller and have staff and a trust fun and maybe a pet monkey. But one of the NICE monkeys that doesn’t fling its own feces.” “I wish I were an INFJ because I wish I could structure my dreams and visions in such a way as to make them a reality… And I also wish I had the wherewithal to stick to my convictions and see things through like an INFJ.”

“ENFP here. I wont trade it for any other type. No disrespect though, it’s just that I love being crazy!” “I wish i could be an ENTP, but i guess i wouldn’t have as much fun. No matter how much being an ENFP is exhausting, its still a lot fulfilling and fun.” “I wish I was less turbulent and more balanced and organized.

If I could choose my type it would be INFJ, for several obvious reasons. They are very inspirational and focused.” “I’m an ENFP and I wouldn’t change it for a billion bucks, flaws and all! I love and appreciate all other types but I’m pretty sure I would be bored to tears living in any other’s skin. There’s a system in my chaos and I love every bit of it.” “ENFP, and I wish my type was Carly Rae Jepsen’s ENFP.”

INFP

Of all the types who answered, INFPs provided the most varied responses. The majority wished to be either a thinking type or an ENFP. Others didn’t like the idea of being defined by a type at all.

“My type is INFP and I wish my type was INTP because I wish my decisions were more thought based. Plus I just think INTP is like the coolest type.” “I’m an INFP, and I really love being my type. However, sometimes I wish I was more like an ENFP, allowing myself to be more outgoing and willing to outwardly demonstrate my inward enthusiasm.”

“I wish I were ESTP, they just go go with the flow.” “Sometimes I wish I were an xTJ so I’d have a more consistent view of the world. Being open-minded helps me empathize with people, but it also causes me to have frequent existential crises, which make me emotional, and I hate being emotional.” “I wish to be an INTJ sometimes… because I want to be even-headed at work.”

“I like being an INFP, but in some moments I wish I were INTP or INTJ because it’s really just exhausting dealing with all of these sensitivities and emotions ALL the time. INFP requires a lot of emotional and spiritual maintenance to feel balanced, and sometimes finding direction is difficult.” “I wish I was an ENTJ. I would accomplish my business goals so much faster, and wouldn’t have to deal with introverted feeling.”

“INFP here, wish I was an ENFJ because I’d rather be a real extrovert and more Oprah-like. Or an ISFP so I don’t daydream so often, both types seem to get more done.” “I’m INFP and wish I was ENFP because although I love all the passion and craziness that we both share, I feel a wall blocking me from acting the way that I feel. I think ENFPs have way more fun!” “INFP…I wish I didn’t have a type.”

INFJ

INFJs were split almost evenly down the middle of wanting to be either an INTJ or an ENFJ.

“At times (when I am in my analytical mode, pissed from the world), I wish my type was an INTJ instead, because they have an easier life, and they don’t care about the world. When seeking socializing, I wish my type was an ENFJ, because they have much energy and will power to finish the goals.” “I’m an INFJ and I don’t want to be anything else. If I HAD to, I’d choose INTJ, because the ones I’ve known were pretty darn great people.”

“INFJ, and I both love and hate it for numerous reasons. I don’t have a particularly strong preference for Feeling over Thinking, so I won’t say INTJ. I think if I had to choose, I’d pick ENFJ because being an extroverted type would make interaction so much easier and I’d feel a lesser feeling as though I’m dying after being around too much for too long.” “I wish to be an INTJ. I have too many emotional bursts which puts me in a bad situation…”

“I wish I were more extroverted, so I’d rather be an ENFJ I guess.” “I’m an INFJ and I wish I was INTJ because I appreciate their introverted intuition and extraverted thinking combination that allows them to reach what ever goal they set to themselves in this life.” “I’d rather be an INTJ. I wish that I could be less emotional and think in cold hard facts. INTJs are very smart, which I wish I was. I also would like to make more sense to other people and to myself.”

“I’m an INFJ. I often wish I was an INTJ to be able to structure things more. Or an INTP to be able to focus on ideas and not be so distraught by all the emotions of people. Or when I’m feeling really burned out, I wish I was a go-with-the-flow ISTP.” “INFJ and I love it, but if I had to choose a different type, it would be ENFJ. Being a little more extroverted could help me in a few areas of my life…” “INFJ. And i love my type. BUT i can be so emotionally pedantic – fighting for justice and all that and it tires me out terribly. Think I could’ve managed better if I was ENFJ.”

ENFJ

ENFJs almost exclusively desired to stay the same or switch to INTJ.

“ENFJ and I am happy right where I am.” “I wish I were an INTJ sometimes. I’d like to be more logical.” “ENFJ I don’t wish for anything different. I like who I am.” “I wish I was a TJ… I just have a lot of feelings…” “I am an ENFJ and wouldn’t want to be any other type!” “I’ve gradually become ok with who I am, but I wish I was INTJ on days where it feels easier to not be so reliant on connecting with others for energy and purpose –

Whether because I’m just too exhausted from going out the past 5 days straight, or because I’m temporarily jaded by how unreliable and, at times, undeserving people are.” “ENFJ and I wouldn’t change a thing!” “I am an ENFJ but I think I have a tendency to compare myself – and feel lacking in comparison to – INTJs. It’s something I’m working on.”

INTP

The INTP answers were all over the board, showing only a slight preference for xNTJ types.

“I wish I was more INFPish sometimes, to be more expressive of how I feel instead of getting all logical about it!” “I’m an INTP. I’m actually good with that type. Sometime I wish I were more energized by being around other people.” “If I had to pick another type it would be ISTP because most of my favorite film/novel/video game characters are this type.” “Why would I “wish” to be anything else??? Besides, I can morph to become others when context requires it.” “Love my type. No desire to be anything else.”

“I’m an INTP. Sometimes I wish I was an ESFJ.” “I wish I were anything with an E.” “I like my type, in very rare circumstances I wish to become ENTJ.” “INTP and i’m already content with my type. Although if i do need to “wish”, i’d probably choose ENTJ/INTJ for their Te and keeping my NT-ness.” “Well, I’m rather content with my type, or not, I’m not quite sure. What I wish for, however, is that I acquire that drive to get things done, just like the majority of ENTJs.”

INTJ

Almost every INTJ who responded would either keep their type or change it to ENTJ (but only for practical purposes, of course).

“INTJ ergo INTJ.” “I’m happy to be an INTJ. But I often strategically masquerade as an ENTJ in situations when I think it will be useful or helpful or advantageous.” “INTJ and I am proud of my type. I think it’s the best type. But that’s just like an INTJ, now isn’t it?” “I like my type, I just wish others were more accepting of who I am.”

“I wish my type to be ANTJ. So as being an Ambivert. Though it does not mean my dominant function won’t be Ni. I love my Ni.” “I’m INTJ and I wish I was ENTJ. INTJs a lot of times have amazing skills and great potential for success, but sadly they’re not extroverted enough to make the connections to get better jobs. We’re secretly jealous of ENTJs because we believe we work harder and more diligently, but they get all the glory and power.”

“I’ve always been glad to be an INTJ, and would not change it. Having said that, if I had to choose another? Probably ENTJ…it would be nice to implement all these fascinating strategic ideas with a much more animated spirit. Yet ENTJs have weak Fi…which can make them emotionally unstable (at times)…so that may be a dealbreaker.”

“I think I would prefer to be an ENTJ just because I agree that extroverts have an easier time in the world (not constantly having to answer ‘whats wrong?’ when there is nothing wrong, for instance)…but I wouldn’t trade the NTJ for anything!” “I wish that I was a type that could emote a little more, or at least recognize others’ emotions more easily.” “I am pretty much content with the way i am, but I tend to look up to ENTJ’s sometimes. I just hate socializing sometimes.” “I have occasionally wished that I could be an ENTJ, but frankly the pros do not out weigh the cons.”

ENTJ

ENTJs basically just wanted to be be themselves on steroids.

“I like my type so I’m gonna stick with ENTJ.” “I’m an ENTJ… cannot improve on perfection!” “I’m an ENTJ and I’m very much happy with that.” “ENTJ always striving to be a better ENTJ!” “I love the idea of being an INTJ but ideally I’d like to just be a stronger ENTJ.” “ENTJs are perfect as is… wouldn’t have it any other way!” “Being an ENTJ is the best! I am en[t]joying myself!”

ENTP

ENTPs couldn’t decide between ENTP and ENTJ and most simply concluded that they’d like to be both at the same time.

“I wish I were an ENTJ so i could get things done and actually stick to goals and have a direction of where I’m going.” “I wish I were born as an ENTJ or at least a “more schedule oriented and organized” ENTP.” “Let me be an ENTJ. Dat follow through tho..” “I’m an ENTP – I wish I was anything or anyone more reliable than an ENTP. But I’d like to keep my ability to see all the possibilities, if that’s ok.”

“If I were not an ENTP, I would not be me, So I shall remain an ENTP.” “Wish I was ENTJ so I’d be more focused, organized and independent. But then again I’d probably miss being a P, as it grants me a certain open mindedness and spontaneity that many ENTJs lack.” “I sometimes imagine that having a better developed J tendency might make life a little more structured….but couldn’t really be arsed with it in retrospect.”

“As I consider being any other type, I’m reminded of how each one annoys me in their own special way. ENTPs really are the best, don’t you think?” “I am an ENTP I wish I was a different Rational or a guardian. It seems that life wouldn’t be so random and exhausting and I could focus on goals and finish what really mattered in life.” “ENTP! The way the world needs me!”

ISTJ

ISTJs showed no consistent trends other than disliking the ISTJ stereotype.

“ISTJ — sometimes wishing I was an ESFP instead!” “I strive to be more like ISFJ, as I think my logical brain could use more feeling. I want to be a more loyal and generous person, and I’d like to create an orderly and harmonious environment at home and at work.” “I’m an ISTJ and I’d wish to be the more daring, careless, outgoing ESTP.”

“We don’t do change. Though being an INTJ would come in handy sometimes.” “I just wish more people were also ISTJs so I could hang out with them!” “ISTJ and mostly content with it. It’s only when I read the descriptions of ISTJ that I wish I were something else that seemed a little more exciting to onlookers. From the perspective of living it, it’s fine, but when you read how other people describe ISTJ, it sounds completely boring and unimaginative, which it is NOT. If anything, I wish I didn’t get so overwhelmed by heavy social interaction because I really do like people.”

ISTP

ISTPs were sparse responders, but pretty happy with themselves on the whole.

“I’m an ISTP. I wish I were an INTJ so I could be super smart and confident.” “ISTP and cool with it.” “ISTP and liking it. If I had to switch, then maybe INTP. They seem really fun.” “An occasional infusion of more J is welcome. Otherwise, wouldn’t change my Artisan life for anything!”

ESTP

ESTPs weren’t particularly responsive.

“I fluctuate between ESTP and ISTP. I wish my type was one that isn’t so impulsive.” “I’m an ESTP, and I sometimes with I had more “N.” I love the cleverness of ENTPs and wish I could navigate theories and concepts more easily.”

ESTJ

I received no ESTJ responses – presumably because they were off actually living their lives and accomplishing things.

ISFJ

The majority of ISFJs wished to be extroverts.

“I’m an ISFJ and most days I’m content with my type but occasionally I wish I was an ESFJ instead so I could express myself more easily.” “Mostly I like being an ISFJ… social situations not being physically exhausting would be nice though.” “I’d rather be anything E. Being bored and alone but convinced you’ll be miserable in a crowd is miserable.” “It would be nice to be an ESTP and not have to care so much.” “I’m ISFJ and I wish I were INFJ or INTJ. I want to be open to ideas and also independent of others. I’m also tired of my feelings getting in the way but I love being expressive at the same time.”

ESFJ

ESFJs across the board wished that they could take a break from their feelings!

“I’m pretty sure I’d like a type that can find more love and validation internally, rather than just relying on other people to validate me.” “I mostly like being an ESFJ, but maybe an ESTJ? Life might be easier if there weren’t so many “feelings” going on.” “I’m ESFJ and often wish I was an ISFJ or ESTJ. Leading Fe is painful sends me down a constant roller coaster of emotion. W

hile I love my Fe (it helps me create art and relate to those around me), it can be a little much to deal with at times. I’m easily hurt, which makes me hesitant to trust others. I often want to spare myself (and others) the pain and deal with problems by myself. But that’s not how it works. I need people.” “I’m an ESFJ who struggles with the ‘feels’ that go with being a type that just can’t seem to separate emotions from decision-making. It would be nice to happier without others around too.”

ISFP

ISFPs were as mysteriously sparse in the responses as they are in real life.

“I’m an ISFP, and generally it’s my jam, but I do get frustrated with how instinctively reserved I am. It’d be fun to try on a life-of-the-party type, like ESFP.” “I’m ISFP. I feel pretty good about being my type. I think we get more crap than we deserve. I would rather be an ISFP with a more developed Te. Then I wouldn’t bellyache about my visually cluttered house. It’d be clean instead!”

ESFP

Though the occasional ESFP wished for an N or a J, they were mostly satisfied with their type.

“ESFP and proud, and I wish we were analyzed more for strengths other than being adventurous. The only thing I’d change is that I wish I had the ability to sit down and focus on work for a while when I need to.” “I’m an ESFP and I am absolutely loving and contented with my type! Not gonna wish for anything else.” “I wish I were anything NF. Emotional intelligence is so important to me and I wish I naturally had more of it.”

“My type is ESFP and I really wish I was a ENFJ. I really wish I was a J, because I’m late to like literally everything and usually loosing my mind because of the lack of a schedule. I want to be a ENFJ because they are confident, make people feel naturally at home where ever they go, are awesome at encouraging other and just have a natural sense of believing in others.” “I’m an ESFP and I couldn’t imagine trading my upbeat, confident demeanour for anything. But I’m bothered by how common my type is.” “I’m an ESFP and honestly I’m really happy being an ESFP!”

Here Is What Would Happen If We Put Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type On ‘Survivor’

Here Is What Would Happen If We Put Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type On ‘Survivor’

INTJ: The mastermind who makes it to the final three when the finalists realize this person played everyone from day one.

INTP: The one everyone (falsely) assumes will be good at puzzles and therefore gets voted out before they even have a chance to (not) make a move.

ENTP: Gets voted off after debating too long about where to build the shelter.

ENTJ: Creates the first successful alliance but has a very slim chance making it past the merge.

ESFJ: Inadvertently masters the social game by spreading rumors about their tribe mates.

ISFJ: Slips under the radar all the way to the end and feels genuinely sorry for each person they vote out.

ISTJ: The person everyone is afraid to vote out for fear that no one else would find food or boil the daily water.

ESTJ: The one who thinks they run the show.

ENFJ: The tribe member who puts sad faces and hearts around the name of the person they voted off.

INFJ: This person has an emotional breakdown from the inhumanity of it all and quit.

INFP: The swing vote.

ENFP: Basically flirting with/entertaining camp for 75% of the game.

ESFP: Really good at challenges, however, they are the first to vomit after a reward challenge involving alcohol.

ISFP: Doesn’t really like the manipulative gameplay and focusses more on buff fashion and shelter decor.

ISTP: The one no one’s really sure about, because they haven’t spoken in 20 days and often wander off alone. No one leaves their machetes unattended because of this person.

ESTP: Strong socially and physically and will probably make someone cry as they unapologetically hop from one alliance to the next.

44 Tiny Frustrations Only Introverts Can Relate To

44 Tiny Frustrations Only Introverts Can Relate To

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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Headphones in = don’t want to talk.
One headphone in = still don’t want to talk.
No headphones in = probably still don’t want to talk.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

When I am invited places, it is more important for me to know who will be there as opposed to what we will be doing. People can be draining.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Me walking into a location with more people than expected.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

I’m not saying all introverts are observant, but most of us can see an awkward situation, fake person, or small talk from a mile away.
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Two introverts walk into a bar and they’re like, “nah lol, screw this.”
— introvert Life (@IntrovertLiving) May 26, 2016


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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

The mortal enemies of the #introvert are door-to-door salespeople and the people who work at mall kiosks.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

If you’re feeling down, just be thankful you aren’t the introvert who’s stranded at a party right now because they didn’t take their own car
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10:02 AM – May 23, 2016
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Introvert gift package:
Netflix subscription
Noise cancelling headphones
Good book series
List of excuses to avoid parties
A puppy
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1:34 AM – May 21, 2016
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving
“Let’s go to that party.” #BadIdeaIn5Words

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10:59 PM – May 19, 2016
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Nothing annoys me more than being approached by people.
— introvert Life (@IntrovertLiving) May 17, 2016


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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Can I sum up everything I did this weekend in one tweet? Yes, yes I can:
Not much with very few people involved.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving
I like my people how I like my coffee… I don’t really like coffee that often.

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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

It’s another Introvert Friday. In celebration, cancel your plans, make new ones, cancel those ones as well, and enjoy a night in.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Surprise parties can be tough for introverts because they don’t have time to mentally prepare for a large scale social situation.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

9:00 p.m. – arrive at party
9:05 p.m. – realize mistake and form exit plan
9:10 p.m. – grab free food and pet host’s dog
9:15 p.m. – leave
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

People think I’m shy or anti-social when I say I’m an introvert. It might seem that way, but I’m just very aware of who I give my time to.
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11:58 PM – Apr 19, 2016
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

My relationship with the people in my life:
Most people drain me.
Some people have no effect on me.
A select few people invigorate me.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Introvert radar: realizing that there are strangers around who will try and talk to you and bailing before it happens.
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5:58 AM – Apr 15, 2016
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

I love my family and close friends as much as anyone, but I’m still terrible at keeping in touch. Sorry about that.
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11:20 PM – Apr 11, 2016
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Dear people who try and talk to you on planes,
Please don’t.
Sincerely (and slightly annoyed),
Introverts everywhere
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Her: Come over.
Me: I can’t. I’m reading a really good book.
Her: My parents aren’t home.
Me: Yeah, I’m gonna go with the book.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Pet peeve: when people misinterpret my desire to stay home and chill for the weekend as a form of laziness.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Accurate
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Me when I realize I don’t have a night off for the entire week. #introvert
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Perks of dating me: I’m pretty much free every night.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Wanted: peace and quiet.
Where: everywhere.
When: right now wouldn’t be bad.
Why: to preserve my sanity.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Wanted: peace and quiet.
Where: everywhere.
When: right now wouldn’t be bad.
Why: to preserve my sanity.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving
Don’t see why we can’t actually wear these.

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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Everything in moderation… especially people.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving
One of the worst moments in life is when someone sits next to you at a movie theater and there are plenty of other open seats available.

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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

I don’t answer unknown numbers on my phone… or known numbers for that matter.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

“Let’s go around and introduce ourselves.”
Hi. I’m an introvert. This is the only time you’ll hear me talk. I won’t be participating again.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Things I’m good at:
Reading 400 page book in 24 hours
Staying up late just because
“Missing” phone calls
Getting invites places & not going
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Daylight Saving Time – one less hour for people to annoy me today. I’ll take it.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

If there were an Olympic event for quickest reaction time for declining a call, then I would win the gold medal while setting a world record
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Going full introvert: when you cancel plans that didn’t actually exist yet.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

I approach a weekend full of social commitments like someone on death row walking the green mile.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

I don’t always make an excuse to avoid a big party on the weekend… oh wait, yes I do.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

I’m still recovering from last night.
“You have a little too much to drink?”
No, just the fact that I went out.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

“I have no plans this weekend. This is terrible.” -Extrovert
“I have no plans this weekend. This is great.” -Introvert
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

*sees acquaintance at the grocery store, says hi*
*passes them on almost every aisle after that*
Kill me now.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

If I was the last person on earth, I would still have an excuse ready just in case someone showed up to invite me to a party.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Introvert confession: I’ve waited in my car for my roommate’s friends to leave our apartment, so I wouldn’t have to chat.
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Introvert Life@IntrovertLiving

Some people get hangovers from drinking. I get the classic introvert hangover from spending too much time being social.
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36 Inner Thoughts And Feelings That Make INFJs Truly Unique

36 Inner Thoughts And Feelings That Make INFJs Truly Unique

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INFJ Thoughts@INFJthings

The INFJ roller coaster:
Anxiety
Recharge
Feeling great
Starting to need some human interaction
Goes out
Regrets decision
Recharge
Repeat

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INFJ Thoughts@INFJthings

I’ve noticed that my own periods of sadness are fundamentally linked to being confused about other’s behavior.#INFJ

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INFJ Thoughts@INFJthings

INFJs are like a ceiling fan without the medium setting.

Almost non-existent breeze or an indoor tornado.

Take your pick.

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INFJ Thoughts@INFJthings

What’s brewing today?
A pot of coffee and probably some pent up, unresolved emotion from a prior social conflict. #INFJ

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INFJ Thoughts@INFJthings

If you’re not authentic with me, I lose interest quickly.

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INFJ Thoughts@INFJthings

I notice everything, even when it appears I’m oblivious.
It’s the ace up my sleeve you never know about. #INFJ

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INFJ Thoughts@INFJthings

I don’t always get angry, but when I do, I will push you into the event horizon of a collapsing galaxy.

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INFJ Thoughts@INFJthings

Sometimes I struggle with accepting reality. I often forget that I cannot save people; I can only love them.

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INFJ Thoughts@INFJthings

Harmless, heartless.
Overly-kind, rip-you-to-shreds.

The contradictory irony of the #INFJ

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INFJ Thoughts@INFJthings

I need time alone like I need air to breathe.

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INFJ Thoughts@INFJthings

On paper: multiple eloquently written paragraphs that would win the Nobel Prize.

When talking: How do I words…I like books

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INFJ Thoughts@INFJthings

I’m a rebel in the most innocent form.

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INFJ Thoughts@INFJthings

I’m indecisive because I see every possible outcome to a given situation, thus, leaving me eternally debating as to which I should pick.

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INFJ Thoughts@INFJthings

But appearances have never appealed to me…
I’m more interested in the depths of your soul and what I can learn from you instead.

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INFJ Thoughts@INFJthings

I heard what you said…
I also heard what you didn’t say…

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INFJ Thoughts@INFJthings

I catch myself internally obsessing over anyone who has had the ability to light up my thoughts and feelings on a deeper level.

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Who I am comes in waves.
Some days I’m here.
Some days I’m not.

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I over-analyze situations, because I’m terrified of what could happen if I’m not prepared for it.

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I don’t believe what I hear.
I believe what I feel.#INFJ

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I often struggle with simple concepts.
They do not stimulate my brain enough for me to care.
I need depth. I need meaning.

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They call us dreamers, but we’re the ones who don’t sleep.#INFJ

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I over analyze situations, because I’m scared of what will happen if I’m not prepared for it. #INFJ

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Some days I really love my sensitivity. Others, I think I’m insane…#INFJ

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I regret the plans I made while I was in a 5 minute extroverted mood.

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I stopped explaining myself when I realized people only understand from their level of perception.#INFJ

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I can assure you that I understand you. I can also assure you that you’ll never understand me.#INFJ

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Sitting here
silently observing
your every move #INFJ

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A deep conversation with someone is what keeps me alive and knowing that I don’t have to drown in the mundane of this world.#INFJ

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You don’t need to say anything. My intuition has already told me.#INFJ

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A heart that always understands is a heart that is tired.#INFJ

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I crave meaning in everything. If it has no real purpose or depth, then I have no desire for it.#INFJ

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I don’t trust words
I even question actions
But I never doubt patterns#INFJ

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Forever telling myself….

*don’t be awkward, just act normal….*

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I’d rather hurt myself than hurt anyone else.

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If I don’t answer your call, you should probably hang up and text me instead.
You might get a response that way.

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If I don’t answer your call, you should probably hang up and text me instead.
You might get a response that way.

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