INFJ (MBTI Personality Type)

The Chaos of Dating an INFJ

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As an INFJ there’s times I really do consider myself to be ‘undateable’. I get tired of my own bullsh*t with relationships and there’s always temptations to ‘put myself into emotional quarantine’ because it’s less stressful in the long run. I recognize the difference between having an initial ‘spark’ and deeper love. I’ve heard the […]

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MBTI Testing and Self-Identity Skew

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MBTI Testing and Self-Identity Skew MBTI self-testing without counselling/guidance is problematic. It’s very easy to let your self-identity sway your answers. Self-identity changes, whereas personality, in the MBTI/Jungian sense, does not. Self-identity is who we aspire to be. It’s how we choose see ourselves and how we want others to see us. For many reasons, […]

INFJ (MBTI Personality Type)

INFJ and Intimacy Break-Down

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INFJ, or so I’ve read, are particularly focused on achieving intimacy. That’s certainly true for me – in terms of emotional, intellectual and sexual intimacy. One thing I’ll note (as an INFJ male) is that I do have some historical cases where I’ve LOST intimacy with a partner. Whilst my outward demeanor remained warm and […]

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MBTI Function Loops

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Firstly, “loop” behaviors aren’t a feature of authentic MBTI theory – although they have become somewhat popular in derivative theory strands as an explanation for certain unhealthy cognitive manifestations. The essence of a “loop” is that an individual of any type is somehow influenced to suppress their auxiliary supportive function. In that case, the much […]