About the Author

Anne Kinsey is the nonprofit founder and executive director of Love Powered Life, as well as a Certified Trauma Recovery Coach, certified HRV biofeedback practitioner and neurofeedback geek. Anne hails from her rural North Carolina home office, where she resides with her husband and three children. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, traveling and sitting by the beach, hot tea in one hand and delicious novel in the other.

Creative Spring Cleaning Ideas for Each Enneagram Type

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on April 04, 2022

There’s something about the nearly-neon green of new leaves and the cheerful pink of tulip blooms that makes me want to add a bit of springlike cheer to my home environment. Out of this is born my yearly tradition of spring cleaning. Whether you look forward to spring cleaning like I do or moan at the thought of one more thing to do, learning to approach it with your Enneagram type in mind can help you better enjoy the process and the fruits of your labor.

How to Cope with Intense Emotions in Uncertain Times

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on April 30, 2020

If your head feels like it is spinning and you struggle to function when uncertain times hit, you are not alone. During uncertain times, it is normal and human to experience intense emotions, as we yearn to make sense of what is happening in and around us. With the right support and coping skills, our intense emotions can become gifts that help us process what is happening and move forward with strength.

How to Find Financial Bliss as an INFP

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on February 18, 2020

INFPs are dreamers and visionaries. They are led by their values in every area of their lives, including their finances. As an INFP, you probably like to dream about what it could be like to live a version of your life where you do not have to worry about money and can do what you truly love. It’s fun to dream about financial bliss and imagine a bright future. 

Category: INFP

How to Care for Yourself as a Person Who Puts Others First

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on January 19, 2020

When you’re wholeheartedly focused on the emotions, wellbeing and needs of others, keeping relationships healthy takes special skill. In Myers-Briggs personality typing, this way of approaching relationships is called extraverted Feeling, a mental function that is focused on others and is defined by the desire to connect with others with empathy and consideration.

Categories: INFJ, ENFJ, ISFJ, ESFJ

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