Choose other type

Primary tabs

The INFJ Personality Type

INFJs are creative nurturers with a strong sense of personal integrity and a drive to help others realize their potential. Creative and dedicated, they have a talent for helping others with original solutions to their personal challenges.

The Counselor has a unique ability to intuit others' emotions and motivations, and will often know how someone else is feeling before that person knows it himself. They trust their insights about others and have strong faith in their ability to read people. Although they are sensitive, they are also reserved; the INFJ is a private sort, and is selective about sharing intimate thoughts and feelings.

Are you an INFJ?

Take the test and know for sure
Take the test

What does INFJ stand for?

INFJ is one of the sixteen personality types created by Katharine Briggs and Isabel Myers. INFJ is an acronym for the personality traits of Introversion, iNtuition, Feeling, and Judging. The INFJ type is also called the "Counselor" and is described as idealistic, compassionate, and sensitive.

Each of the four letters of the INFJ code signifies a key personality trait of this type. INFJs are energized by time alone (Introverted), focus on ideas and concepts rather than facts and details (iNtuitive), make decisions based on feelings and values (Feeling) and prefer to be planned and organized rather than spontaneous and flexible (Judging).

INFJ Values and Motivations

INFJs are guided by a deeply considered set of personal values. They are intensely idealistic, and can clearly imagine a happier and more perfect future. They can become discouraged by the harsh realities of the present, but they are typically motivated and persistent in taking positive action nonetheless. The INFJ feels an intrinsic drive to do what they can to make the world a better place.

INFJs want a meaningful life and deep connections with other people. They do not tend to share themselves freely but appreciate emotional intimacy with a select, committed few. Although their rich inner life can sometimes make them seem mysterious or private to others, they profoundly value authentic connections with people they trust.

How Others See the INFJ

INFJs often appear quiet, caring and sensitive, and may be found listening attentively to someone else’s ideas or concerns. They are highly perceptive about people and want to help others achieve understanding. INFJs are not afraid of complex personal problems; in fact, they are quite complex themselves, and have a rich inner life that few are privy to. They reflect at length on issues of ethics, and feel things deeply. Because Counselors initially appear so gentle and reserved, they may surprise others with their intensity when one of their values is threatened or called into question. Their calm exterior belies the complexity of their inner worlds.

Because INFJs are such complex people, they may be reluctant to engage with others who might not understand or appreciate them, and can thus be hard to get to know. Although they want to get along with others and support them in their goals, they are fiercely loyal to their own system of values and will not follow others down a path that does not feel authentic to them. When they sense that their values are not being respected, or when their intuition tells them that someone’s intentions are not pure, they are likely to withdraw.

Join the Newsletter That's Just for INFJs

Our INFJ-only mailing list connects you with articles, updates, and resources to help you understand your strengths and make the most of your potential.

We respect your email privacy

How rare is the INFJ personality type?

INFJ is the rarest type in the population. It is the least common type among men, and the third least common among women (after INTJ and ENTJ). INFJs make up:

  • 2% of the general population
  • 2% of women
  • 1% of men

Famous INFJs

Famous INFJs include Mohandas Gandhi, Eleanor Roosevelt, Emily Bronte, Carl Jung, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Florence Nightingale, Shirley MacLaine, Jimmy Carter, and Edward Snowden.

INFJ Quotes

"The visions of the INFJs tend to concern human welfare, and their contributions are likely to be made independent of a mass movement."

- Isabel Briggs Myers, Gifts Differing

"These seclusive and friendly people are complicated themselves, and so can understand and deal with complex ethical issues and with deeply troubled individuals."

- David Keirsey, Please Understand Me II

"INFJs' nonstop search for learning, self-growth, and development—and wishing the same for everyone else—makes them very reassuring to others and people worth emulating."

- Otto Kroeger, Type Talk at Work

Facts about INFJs

Interesting facts about the INFJ:

  • Least common type in the population
  • On personality trait scales, scored as Sincere, Sympathetic, Unassuming, Submissive, Easygoing, Reserved and Patient
  • Among highest of all types in college GPA
  • Among most likely to stay in college
  • Most likely of all types to cope with stress by seeing a therapist
  • Highest of all types in marital dissatisfaction
  • Personal values include Spirituality, Learning, and Community Service
  • Commonly found in careers in religion, counseling, teaching, and the arts

Source: MBTI Manual

INFJ Hobbies and Interests

Popular hobbies for the INFJ include writing, art appreciation, cultural events, reading, socializing in small, intimate settings, and playing or listening to music.

Primary tabs


jr.s (not verified) says...

i dont know if i am an infp but thank you for your adavice.

i think i should do exactly what you said

MSJWJR (not verified) says...

Male INFJ here..

You said, ".... this is destroying my life because I can't act."

My guess is that you can 'act' but that you are feeling overwhelmed by the thought  of it.

Your dreams will manifest when you act on them--that's a guarantee.

The good news is that you can do this at your own pace and at your comfort level--so relax, no need to feel overwhelmed.

Acknowledge that you do not need to devise an action plan from start to finish in order to begin the process. 

You can start the process by using your keen intuition and imagination to decide what will be your first step--

And you certainly have the capability of visualizing that first step in your imagination.

Access the many gifts that your INFJ personality possesses--

And it begins in a very safe place, with yourself, in your head.

Search for the 'fist step' to take, you will find it in your imagination... and then 'act' taking that first step.

The second , third and other steps will make themselves known and that something that you dream of, will happen!


jr.s (not verified) says...

thank you man...

it was awsome .


chinea (not verified) says...

Hi there! fellow infj here. the good thing about us infjs is that we are the type of person who can never resist a good plan. we crave that structure and the sense of feeling which direction to go next. so i suggest that you do this. you plan, plan, plan. you make a plan a, then a plan b, then a plan c, and so on. allow yourself to get lost, for a little while, in planning. then ground yourself back to reality and put those plans into action.

i did this a year and a half ago (back then i didn't even know i was an infj), and now i am at that point in life where i AM done waiting. my dreams are coming true, my goals finally being realized. the best thing i can say to you is that you shouldn't wait for a miracle, but rather make it happen. "When the world owed you nothing, you demand something of it anyway."

something that i also only recently read on this site is that us infjs will benefit the most from seeing a therapist (or something like that), and maybe this will also help you. whatever happens, i deeply wish you the best. 

jr.s (not verified) says...

you are right . this comfort zone finally will kill me.

but thank you my friend. it was very helpful

Klaus (not verified) says...

Hi, i'm INFJ too. Btw, I had a phase in my life when I was fascinated by my own potential. It was undeveloped, but the contemplation made me a little arrogant (to say the least). On the other hand, I was kind like you, just didn't noticed that. Well, INFJs always stand for a cause, that's what drive then forward. I suggest you to always be optimistic and search a cause you can stand for. Try figuring out what makes your eyes shine.

jr.s (not verified) says...

appreciate that a lot brother.

Jade (not verified) says...

I think the truth is that you can't keep waiting for a miracle, it won't happen. You just need to learn how to put your world into motion, step by step, without pressure, till it becomes kind of natural. 

jr.s (not verified) says...

i hope it will .

thanks jade

bkk (not verified) says...


I am an INFJ as well and I used to live in my imaginary life, too, wainting for some miracle. Sometimes I was so caught up in my imagination that I completely lost the sense of the present moment for hours and this went on for years until I started dating my current boyfriend. I think that he unknowingly made me more aware of my surroundings and taught me how to enjoy the RIGHT NOW. So I quess that in my case he was the miracle I had been waiting for.

jr.s (not verified) says...

i wish the bests for you two .

and i hope you will be happy together  

A-joe (not verified) says...

Only recently discovered my MBTI type, Yes, INFJ, as a result of research to help me recover from brain surgery. Wish there was a way to find a female INFJ to be my friend that I can develop enough trust with to have those deep conversations that I crave. I'm probably more shy than most INFJ guys until you get to know me and that's a big handicap as far as meeting someone to try and get to know.

Silverwind (not verified) says...

I've been feeling the same way. It's funny because I don't always want deep conversations but sometimes, I want to look deeper into normal conversations. I'm really fascinated with the way people work and the why behind it. It can be really hard to find people to talk to shy or not, so I understand what you're going through.

Pride (not verified) says...

I am an INFJ and dated an INFJ girl I assure you that this is not gonna end well. You will start to play Games because you love analysing things and both of  you need emotional support at the same time so sometimes you will start to blame eachother.INFJ is private person yet can analyse its partner so all the things you or your INFJ partner thinks are Private will be come to light by both of you.You need a loooooot of trust from the start for eachother but INFJs are not good at trusting people from the beginning.  

Warren Weeder (not verified) says...

To be fair playing games is more typical of younger or less mature people than a personality type. Playing games also sabotages any chance for a genuine, trust based relationship, regardless if this was the intended result. Just saying, as soon as the games start, the realtionship is really dead - the participants may just not realize it yet. Based on this, it is possible your relationship with another INFJ could have succeeded if you were both mature enough to abandon games. 

Metoo (not verified) says...

I am INFJ too and female

Penny E. (not verified) says...

Same bro

Hieu (not verified) says...

I am a male INFJ.  Some sites say that male INFJs make up .5% of the population.  Whenever I meet another male INFJ, it's like two unicorns meeting, really.

I've been learning about the INFJ personality type for years now and I'm still learning more each day about myself.  If you're interested, I have a youtube channel "Hieu TV" where I interview other INFJs online.

See you guys later and may the most high bless you!

WZY (not verified) says...

I'm a 25 year-old INFJ but not yet ever met any of my type. Probably as a introvert and reserved person it's hard to meet people at first place.

Gilbert (not verified) says...

Hi, WZY. You could register on a dating site like okc and set up a sophisticated profile. There are quite a few INFJ on that platform and they often seek both friends or partners. I found some amazing profiles there! Give it a try.

MangoesRDR2 says...



Christina K. (not verified) says...

Hi All!  I have just recently discovered that I am an INFJ (1.5 days back.)  So I am clearly but an "infant" in the whole scheme of things.  SO... I took several tests on several different sites because I quickly discerned that many are not all that accurate via other commentary.  And... I suppose, just to be (more) certain since I'm not all that familiar with this specific concept of internal/personality identification... (not that that really means anything, right?) lol

Anyway, I am genuienly grateful to have found deeper insight into understanding more about who I truly am and I am also quite eager to continue delving deeper into/devouring through more content, revelation and methodologies.  (A HUGE Thank You to site Creator/s, content writers and whomever put this site together!)  SO much of it is extremely "Spot-On" and I find it is so very helpful and actually somewhat of a relief the more I learn about myself (and other types.) 

(*Side bar*)I think one of the main things that keep standing out to me while reviewing commentary (and I also find a bit comical) is how INFJ's; being only 1-2% of the population, AND then combining how nearly 100% of the commentary has been made by INFJ's?!  Sorry... I just could't refrain from pointing that silly observation out and I mean ZERO disrespect to anyone, whatsoever. 

It's also comforting to know that I don't feel quite as alone when considering my belief hierarchy system/traits are actually shared by others.  Not that I'm unable connect well with others, because it's typically quite effortless/seamless... but always still felt an element of lonlieness due to the sheer fact that I had instinctively learned long ago exactly how different I really am from most.  That in and of itself made it difficult to ever feel like many could ever understand ME (thus the "lonely part of it all)... but I love helping others so much, it was always easy to overlook because my need to serve/improve others was my driving force (and why putting myelf on the backburner is (I consider) such a natural "byproduct" of our internal processing/methods.)

Now off to doing what it is I love doing... Enriching the lives of others as best I can... (Now with more fuel to feed my internal fire!) :-)

B. (not verified) says...

Hi Christina 🙂 you are so INFJ! The way you create these long, intertwined sentences, trying to fit all these thoughts and connections in one sentence. I do the same... so glad there are other out there my sister! ♥️ I feel you! Everything you said, I would not describe differently. Lots of Love, B

Here and now (not verified) says...

I am an INFJ that works with languages. Usually, I write lengthy texts and do translations. It's a very creative and challenging job and I really enjoy it. I think this type of career is perfect for an Intuitive.

Me (not verified) says...

Hello, i find what you said really interesting i am an infj too and would like to work in that field can i ask some questions about your work ?

mator (not verified) says...

I'm an INFJ, (24 years old, female) I studied social work and had several jobs for a short period but i'm still struggling to find what I want and can do. It's not easy in my country to find a job as a social worker so when I was searching for a job I first worked as a childcare worker, which was nice because I like children but it wasn't very fulfilling because it's jut a lot of caring for the children. I'm very interested in the psychology and child development but I couldn't really use that a lot in the job. After 8 months of working there I found a temporary job as a family counselor (3 months). I worked with the parents and also cared for the children. I liked this job but I also felt like i didn't have enough knowledge to share with my clients, I had one client of 16 years old who was pregnant, so I had to tell her all about pregnancy haha. I did like to work with the families and they respected me but I just felt insecure a lot because i felt like I new very little of how to raise a child and such.. So after 3 months the employee that I replaced came back and I had to go. Didn't feel so sad to go because I was still adjusting to the work. They did say that they were gonna miss me and that they liked me. Two months later i found a job in a school with children who have behavioral problems such as autism, as a school counselor. It wasn't in my city so I had to use the train, which was a change for me because I studied in my city and never really use the train that much. But I was excited that i finally found a job, at the interview the boss was really nice and kind, which made me feel comfortable. The first day of the job went okay, I had stress but the collegues were really nice and showed me around the whole day. They told me what my job was, one part was counseling kids, but i first had to get to know them, they said. An other part was watching the students who had to be put in time out, these are tiny rooms where they have to sit and settle down when they lose their temper. Didn't really like this part of the job because you just have to sit there and wait untill they are calm. The second day they already gave me a lot of tasks to do, such as having a conversation with two students who were fighting, making letters,.. I did what I could do but felt like I knew so little of the students and school to already do my job.. The next day i started freaking out and felt a lot of anxiety. I still went to the school and like it was planned i had to watch the students in the time out for 4 hours. I didn't feel okay so i talked to the other school counselor. She was very kind. I told her i'm not sure if i can do this and that everything is going really fast for me. She understood me and told me that it's sometimes even for her a very stressfull and emotional job. She told me i could go home and think about it. For me it was already decided that I was gonna quit. My friends and family tried to convice me to just try and that it might get better. But I just didn't feel it and I know that I have to listen to myself. So I quit, I felt very dissapointed in myself ( I already had this experience twice as a trainee, so I felt like a faillure again.) I once did a good traineeship in a (normal) school so I expected that I was really gonna love this job.. Now I'm at home searching for another job, I'm more carefull with what I'm searching for but that also means I have less options. People ask me why I just don't go working in a shop but I really don't want to do that. I don't know if all this is typical for an INFJ or it's just me who is always very anxious and sensitive.. I'd like to hear your feedback.

JBird (not verified) says...

Hi Mator, 

I'm not sure what country you live in but you mentioned finding SW jobs is not easy where you live. One thing that might help you find something you are interested in is to look for jobs that are part-time, contract or as needed. While pay and benefits won't be great (I would suggest finding a part time job for steady pay and as needed job to explore interests at the same time), this gives you a chance to job shop without being in a rotating door. Most social work and psychology fields want staff who will stay for the long haul since it is a disruption for clients to have to start over with new staff. There are a lot of different levels of care in the field and it seems you maybe haven't found the in between; you mentioned one job was not as involved and the other was anxiety provoking. That's okay!! Another word of advice would be that all jobs in social services will require paperwork; the amount varies by where you work. While paperwork is not fun, it will most likely be a requirement everywhere. Finally, be kind to yourself. You just finished school. Initial jobs are usually with kids and families who struggle the most. Learn what you can and take care of yourself. This kind of experience will help you be able to work with almost anyone in the future. Best of luck to you!

Kevin Walker (not verified) says...

Sorry if this might be coming a bit late, but I have this issue alot, where I kinda dislike jobs that I do. I found out (for me) all jobs are, at their core, basically the same. It is the people and things I work with are different.


I went from working at landscaping company, where it was kinda rewarding because I would work with plants, talk with elderly people, and get physically fit, cardio and full body. Then I joined the Navy, where I would work with elrionic___ equipment and figure them out, and how it works, and worked with great and outstanding people to the worst of the worst, that would do anything to get you out of the way without actually killing you. And now for the past 4 years, I was hopping around job to job, working contruction, flipping burgers, being muscle for bars, to a fancy suit and tie restaurants. I am now at a cable company, where I will be helping people with a service they want, but dont like paying for. We all had to pay for something we want but it doesnt do everything we wanted.


TLDR to above, I get you and where you are coming from and maybe where we might be going.

I like helping people, learning and understanding them. Just keep going. I doubt I will ever find a job that is exactly me, but I will continue helping myself to get better, faster understanding, be more intuitive of the people around me, and trying to be the best version of me. I had a problem of comparing myself to others, and I would see myself as a failure and it wasn't helpful at all. Once I started to compare myself with my past self, it made more sense and allowed me to be aware of what I did, what I want and maybe how to get that. I do not have the exact idea of what I want to be, but I will just build upon myself and be more. I think by doing this, I started to be more extroverted, at least that is how people saw me as, but I just started to live more in the moment and do what I was doing without holding myself back. Also I started to have less expectations for everything. Its started when I noticed I started to dislike movies, because I had a idea of what I wanted, then I stopped watching previews. Then movies started to be fun again, something I started to actively enage with and try to understand with putting my attenion into it completely. 

I would recommend talking with yourself, finding out what you can do, what you want to do, and maybe how you can get there. BUT DO NOT make it in rock, make it in sand. Be as trueful with yourself as you can be. Write it down, record yourself talking, make a character on paper who is like you, but you observe yourself, aka an OC of you. Be real with youself and accept the great with not so good, because that is you. That is amazing. Life changes, I have met incredible, who I have loved, but they pasted away, but that doesnt stop me from wanting to meet new people. "Keep on, Keeping on." "It is, what it is" "Cie la vie." "I just don't know sometimes, and that is ok because I will learn." "When I eat, I eat. When I laugh, I laugh. When I love, I love. When I cry, I cry. When you do anything, do that anything and not worry about anything else." "That is for future me to worry about." I love phrases, and those helpped me alot, and they dont really mean anything, but that is why they mean something to me. 


I am 30 years old, a INFJ-A at home and my core, but I may across as a ENFJ-A outside and to others. That is because I am hungry to be more.

Bria says...

I'm a female (INFJ), who is 25 years old. When reading your comment it made me think of myself and how as an INFJ we do our best to understand exactly what we want to do but then feel defeated when we feel less passionate about it in the field. Here's why,  most of the time we are trying to mold ourselves under other offices and corporations. Which I do think is good for learning and experience. However, while you are there, think of ways that they could improve the process of helping children or the environment. Think of all the things you like social work, child counseling, maybe even artistic hobbies and what would happened if your combined your love for all those things. Can you create a business plan? Can you open your own office? 

As INFJ we are creative independents and we see things differently. It can be hard to make others see our vision but if we are in charge or establish said vision, it can be hard for others to imagine it any other way. I hope this was helpful.

Etra (not verified) says...

I'm a male INFJ(T). I've been an <EN-JP> translator for 2 years. It's a very enjoyable career and has a high payment.

Troy.D (not verified) says...

I'm a male INFJ and i totally get what your saying, I'm 17 and im picking what i want to do for university if i even end up going at this rate. I feel like it is typical for us to feel like this cuz i dont know what i want to do for a job or career yet, but it will have to be pationate and fulfilled by the job i feel. I also feel very anxious,  sensitive to curtain things and very observant to were its kinda weird. Im also a gemini so the indecisivness doesnt help at all.

I'm currently interested in photography and this is were im trying to be expressive at the moment. I would maybe try a creative outlet or a job where you can make people happy.

Sorry my reply is a mess, hope it helps. Just some of my idears.          /As im still at the earlier stages of life i dont know much else to help you unfortunatly, just dont feel bad as all you can do is explore more jobs and interests.

Guest (not verified) says...

You should be a hospice social worker!!! 

Jewelia (not verified) says...

I'm a female infj, & am interested in healing. However, because of my sensitivity, being a hospice worker would be far too difficult! I help people with natural remedies & prayer, however.  

BridgetLee says...

I have married an INFJ.  I am an ENFP.  We've been having a wonderful adventure for 14 years but sometimes it is hard work!  Any tips from you guys would really be appreciated.

WILD (not verified) says...

Briget can you expound on your question please? ENFP here in a relationship with an INFJ. When you say hard work what do you mean?

Mat (not verified) says...

INFJ here with an ENFP for 18 years now.

Our types are one of the pairs that are mirror opposites...our function stack order is the same but opposite orientations (dom Ne vs dom Ni, aux Fi vs aux Fe, etc). That means you have someone who in general terms "gets" the same things that you do, but who brings a fresh perspective to the process. Typically, the INFJ becomes perfect quiet, thoughtful audience for ENFP antics and expressions; the ENFP draws the INFJ out, offering a safe space for them to express themselves and share their hidden inner worlds.

With a little work and lots of patience, it's a natural pairing that's tough to beat.

Fahmida (not verified) says...

I am an INFJ and would love to meet other INFJs and ENFPs. How can I find people of these personality types?

WZY (not verified) says...


ESTP (not verified) says...

Only 1% of the comments is from INFJs ;)

JD Howell (not verified) says...

That's funny, 99% of the time... (INFJ)

Laurie Cannon (not verified) says...

When taking any personality test, one must as honest as one can with oneself. During one test, I was tempted to check the box that asked if I enjoy traveling to places I've never been to before. Sorry, Laurie. You know you're not a free-spirit globetrotter. Not really. I went alone to Greece in my twenties and cooped myself up in my hotel room for three days until hunger flushed me out of hiding! Also, it's probably best to answer the questions from the perspective of what you've been like for most of your life. I may have changed somewhat externally, but not much internally.

Raven Belote (not verified) says...

Yes. I've found it best to answer the questions on the test in light of how I actually am, and not how I would like to be. There is a huge difference. We may want to be one way, but being very truthful with ourselves and answering questions on how we actually are gives a truer result on our personality test.

Guest (not verified) says...

I'm so glad I took this test.  It's amazingly accurate.  I never really understood myself and being a man, I looked at my emotions as a character flaw.  I now see that they are my biggest blessing.  If anyone out there doesn't see it that way, try using your newly discovered gifts to help someone else.  I have noticed when I'm concentrating mostly on myself, I start to downward spiral and get depressed.  I can't begin to describe how amazing it feels to finally have an answer as to why I feel this way.  I work in a group home setting with mentally handicapped individuals.  Before I took this test, I was starting to wonder if I too had some sort of mental illness.  I was actually researching some possiblilities when I stumbled on this test.  I have read alot of thoughts that you all have shared and have noticed alot of differing beliefs on spirituality.  I myself am a Christian.   Not because I was raised that way or because it sounded nice, in fact I was very skeptical everytime someone would approach me to share their testimony.  Something my brother (a new Christian) told me clicked for me and sent me on my journey to discover the truth.  Knowing how skeptical I was and how the Bible was "just a book written by man", he advised me to go to the source.  Pray to God.  I have to admit I felt somewhat foolish when I finally did, like I was talking to an invisible friend or something.  I asked God (who I believed in) to show me the truth.  I didn't care what the truth was I just didn't want to believe a lie.  Obviously, my prayers were answered in short order.  The Bible says "I love those who love me, and those who seek me diligently find me."  Proverbs 8:17 ESV.  I strongly urge everyone to search diligently for the truth.  Death is the only certainty in life and this is the most important question you could ever ask.  God bless. 

Peace (not verified) says...

Hello! If you're looking for the truth, I recommend you study Islam. May the peace and mercy of Allah be with you.

Searching for truth led me to Islam (not verified) says...

Ameen. As a INFJ, previous Christian and searching for the meaning of life since I was 12, I second that recommendation.

Jennnn (not verified) says...

FEMALE collision estimator here! LOVE my job and beating the odds! Is exhausting tbh but I’m definitely good at it! 

INFJ-Guest (not verified) says...


  • Most likely of all types to cope with stress by seeing a therapist

Not entirely true. If the INFJ can trust a therapist, maybe... But INFJ types typically retreat into themselves and/or solitude when stressed primarily before seeing a therapist.

SexyCheeseburger (not verified) says...

Honestly, I'm big on finding someone (not necesarily a therapist) that you can talk to.  I've gone to therapists and its hard to find a good fit, but the one who worked best for me encouraged me to go out of my comfort zone.  I was guilty about wanting to try things that aren't necessarily responsible and felt very selfish and she encouraged me to try and to have fun and stop feeling so guilty about focusing on me rather than what everyone else wanted me to be.  Sometimes it helps to have someone encourage you when you are taking care of everyone else in your life.  

Catt (not verified) says...

I agree.  I would love to have a counselor / therapist to discuss things with, but I have had no luck finding one that I could trust or who was smart enough (I have a very high IQ as well), or who would accept my spiritual beliefs (Neo-pagan, sort of).  And like with dentists, a couple of bad experiences makes an INFJ very fearful to try again.

Ryylee (not verified) says...

Someone with a "high IQ" doesn't see the benefits in dentists and is also into spirituality...This is coming off like a tumblr post lol.

Share your thoughts

Truity up to date