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The Truth of a Unique INFJ Doorslam

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Every type has a “doorslam”, but the “INFJ doorslam” is a very different mechanism. For other types, a ‘doorslam’ is typically a conscious, emotionally-driven decision made to break free of a toxic or wounding influence. In contrast, for INFJ, their specific and noteable ‘doorslam’ is characterized by an abrupt and irreconcilable cessation of emotional and […]

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How To Accurately Identify your MBTI Personality Type

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Cognitive Function Theory Links Tumblr – MBTI Type Basics Guide Tumblr – Cognitive Function Guide If You’re Confused About Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type, Read This: An Intro To Cognitive Functions by Heidi Priebe Personality Type Basics (Typology 101), By Dr. A.J. Drenth The 8 Functions (Typology 201), By Dr. A.J. Drenth The “Functional Stack” (Typology 301), […]

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On Dating a Damaged INFJ Male

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by Andy Davis. I’ve seen several negative stories shared by people who’ve dated a damaged INFJ male. The guy’s behaviour can be very confusing, and no little upsetting, to the person who happens to have feelings for them. I felt that perhaps sharing my own experience will help give some insight into the INFJ male […]

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On INFJ Change and Growth

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by Andy Davis. Every MBTI type has to mature functionally on the path to their “best self”. INFJ are particularly prone to encountering barriers to the development of their preferred cognitive function stack, especially so during childhood. As a consequence, our path towards ideal functional maturity can take longer than others; and, from both internal […]

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On INFJ Relationship Insecurities

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by Andy Davis. INFJ can have real problems with relationships, particularly in regard to feeling insecure. There is a possible explanation for this in the maturity or suppression of the INFJ cognitive function stack. This explanation should be considered as a possible source of relationship insecurities; unless there’s evidence of past emotional trauma, which could […]

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On INFJ Conflict Resolution (Fe vs Fi)

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by Andy Davis. When faced with interpersonal conflicts, an INFJ will naturally consider all of the people involved, due to their auxiliary extroverted Feeling (Fe) judging function. From this, they’ll perceive through their dominant introverted Intuition (Ni) the likely repercussions and impacts on those people – and use that interpersonal (Ni) foresight to decipher the […]

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On Why People Mistype as INFJ Personalities

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by Andy Davis. When participating in online INFJ social media communities, it’s sometimes apparent that there are many individuals who superficially identify themselves as being INFJ but, beyond acting out basic stereotype behaviours, they do not demonstrate any of the actual cognitive function processes that make INFJ unique. The superficial stereotype outlines often promulgated online […]

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On How INFJ End Relationships

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by Andy Davis. Every time you hurt or seriously disappoint an INFJ, they’ll withdraw slightly from intimacy. That’s a big deal to an INFJ – it means their trust, respect and confidence in the relationship’s future becomes inexorably diminished. You probably won’t notice that emotional separation occurring; as the INFJs auxiliary extroverted Feeling (Fe) function […]

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ENTP or INTP?

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With only a superficial understanding of MBTI theory, the differences between two similar-seeming types may seem very simple. This stems from over-simplistic belief that the type 4-letter name designations indicate how the types function. For instance, someone might believe that the difference between INFP and INFJ was slight – and focused around whether the person […]