Lost Your Mojo INFJ? Here’s How You Can Get It Back

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on July 08, 2020

For many Introverts, this unusual time of lockdowns and social distancing has been business as usual. After all, staying home and spending lots of time alone is the Introvert’s comfort zone. But INFJs are also struggling right now. The lack of face-to-face interaction, racial injustices, and all this strange uncertainty has left many INFJs feeling disconnected, dissatisfied and disheartened. 

Category: INFJ

How INFJs Can Stop Giving Too Much and Getting Too Little

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on July 02, 2020

Some would say that INFJ personalities are generous to a fault. Motivated by boundless empathy, they devote their time and energy to helping others. There is no calculation or self-interest involved; they give of themselves because it feels good and because they believe it’s the right thing to do.

What To Do When You’re an Intuitive Who Doesn’t Trust Your Instincts

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

Regardless of personality type, we all have a sixth sense that makes us do, feel or say something that we already know. It might be a physical sensation, like sweaty hands or a knot in the stomach that alerts us to some kind of danger. Or it might be a deep conviction that something is ‘right’, even if we’re not sure why it’s right or what led us to that conclusion. 

Body Language Tips for Introverts: Changing Your Body Language Can Change Your Life!

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on June 17, 2020

How often have you heard someone say that body language makes up 90 percent of communication? The number may or may not be true, but we definitely know that our words are only one avenue of communication. Body language conveys information about thoughts, perceptions, moods, and emotions, which other people pick up on either consciously or subconsciously.

8 Powerful Ways That Feelers Can Become More Assertive

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on May 26, 2020

Some of the best qualities of Feeler personalities -- the “Fs” of the Myers and Briggs personality system -- are their kindness, empathy, and their ability to think about others. Feeling personalities follow their instincts and trust their emotions to guide them in their professional and personal lives. That’s one of the reasons why they have such beautiful, lasting relationships.

Categories: INFJ, INFP, ENFP, ENFJ, ISFJ, ISFP, ESFP, ESFJ

7 Ways Judgers Procrastinate Worse than Perceivers

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on May 20, 2020

My name is Jayne Thompson and I’m a procrastinator. 

To the outside world, I am the model of efficiency. I have the discipline to perform tasks in a quick and organized manner. I do things systematically and I get projects done on time.    

On the inside, it’s a different story. I habitually procrastinate. I dither and put things off for ages, often to the point where priorities have shifted and the job no longer needs to be done. 

Categories: INFJ, ENFJ, INTJ, ENTJ, ISTJ, ESTJ, ISFJ, ESFJ

Gender Roles, Parenting and the Conflicted INFJ

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on April 21, 2020

As an INFJ personality type, I understood at a young age that there were “rules” in society that people were “supposed” to follow. Through intuition and observation, I learned that men and women had different roles to play. And while I understood that these rules existed, what didn’t make sense to me was “why?”

Why Are INFJ Personalities Often Enneagram Type 4s?

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on April 14, 2020

Are you an INFJ personality type who has taken the Enneagram test? If you are, I’ll take a wild guess that your type is an Enneagram Type 4. Even though the Enneagram uses a completely different model of personality typing to the 16-type theory created by Briggs and Myers, many INFJs seem to wind up as Enneagram Fours. Let’s explore why. 

Why Briggs Myers' "Judging" Trait Doesn't Mean Judgmental

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on March 26, 2020

So you've done a personality test and the results are in: you're a Judger. If you're not too familiar with Myers and Briggs' way of describing personality, being called a Judger may sound like cause for concern. But there's no need to feel defensive! Judging, in this context, has more to do with how you approach life—not how judgmental you are.

Categories: INFJ, ENFJ, INTJ, ENTJ, ISTJ, ESTJ, ISFJ, ESFJ

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