About Me

About Me

My name is Susan Storm and I’m the founder of Psychology Junkie. As an MBTI® certified practitioner and Enneagram coach (certified through Beth McCord’s “Become an Enneagram Coach” program) I love to help people realize just how unique and one-of-a-kind they are. Through understanding Myers-Briggs® typology and the Enneagram I’ve been able to help people realize their potential and have more empathy for their weaknesses. In my years as a practitioner and coach, I’ve created this website as a resource that anyone can explore to develop their understanding of themselves and others.

Oh, and for the record, I’m an INFJ in the Myers-Briggs® system and a 3w4 (self-preservation) in the Enneagram system. I’m also a homeschool mom of five (yes, five) children. Using my knowledge of psychological type has helped me in every aspect of my life, from parenting to marriage to entrepreneurship. I hope it can help you, too!

My  Mission

I want to create a place where you can understand yourself in a whole new way. Through the knowledge of personality type, you can improve your self-awareness as well as your understanding of other people! We are each designed in unique and powerful ways. Each of us is mentally wired to bring special talents to the world. This is a place where you can discover those talents, hone them, and improve what you naturally do best.


Since beginning my mission, my writing has been featured in a number of places I love. I’ve written for Personality Hacker and Introvert, Dear.  My work has been mentioned by Yahoo! Lifestyle, Lifehack, and Today.com

I’m available for interviews, media commentary, and other collaboration. Email me at [email protected]

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Discover More About Your Personality Type with My Ebooks!

You can dive deep into your personality type by exploring my eBooks:

Discovering You: Unlocking the Power of Personality Type

The INFJ – Understanding the Mystic

The INFP – Understanding the Dreamer

The INTJ – Understanding the Strategist

Tranquility by Type: Stress Relief Tips for Your Unique Personality Type

Below you can see a copy of my MBTI® Certification:

This site is not intended to provide and does not constitute medical, legal, or other professional advice. The content on Psychology Junkie is designed to support well-being and self-awareness. It is not meant to replace medical or psychiatric treatment. Please seek professional care if you believe you may have a condition.

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Susan Storm is a certified MBTI® practitioner and lover of all things psychology-related. She is the mom of five beautiful children and loves using her knowledge of personality type to understand them and others better! Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest to learn more about type!

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  1. Hi Susan! I am wondering which MBTI type u belong to. Before you answer this question, I want to make it clear that I am an INTP and as you have already known, we always want unbiased and different angles and viewpoints. I just encounter your blog today and have been following a few posts about INTP and found them very detailed. From your posts, I can see your accumulated experience and they give me some new insights on my own INTP and future possibilities. However, I can still find a few things to disagree (which I am not going to discuss here) or with only little possibility. Therefore, while I keep visiting your blog, I just want to keep in mind from which angle that these articles are written from.

    Disclaimer: Please think of this as a nit-picking, not attacking. Also, I am not the INTP with obsession on linguistic and grammatical errors (and I get this a lot from my fellows).

    Thanks for reading my comments and considering my question without unnecessary personal emotions.

  2. How do you manage to have so much energy and manage your stress so well? INFJs are easily drained, you have an ESTP husband, a child, homeschool your child, had to go to an event with MANY ESTPs and kids, and more.

  3. Just came across your blog on personality types. I am fairly new to the study of personality types. Do you know of any associations devoted to Myers Briggs that I could join? I get the impression networking about Myers Briggs is only done on online blogs like yours and forums such as Personality Cafe. Thanks for your help.

    1. Hi James, one thing that you can do to connect with others who are interested in MBTI is to get into Quora. (www.quora.com)

      Quora is nothing but many thousands (millions?) of people doing nothing but asking questions for other people to answer, writing answers to questions, and reading other people’s questions and answers. In terms of social media features, it is kind of like Twitter, in that people can follow you and you can follow others. You can create a profile (although I don’t think you have to), set up a “feed” based on keywords you want Quora to watch out for. Here are some of the things it feeds me questions on:

      “INFP (personality type)”, “Extraverts and Extraversion”, “Psychotherapy”, “ENFP (personality type)”, “INFJ (personality type)”.

      If you start doing this, you will quicky find hundreds of people in the US (and a lot from around the world too) who are interested in your questions and/or have answers to your questions. You upvote answers you think are good (e.g. well-written, insightful, understands the questioner’s “real questions”, etc. etc.).

      There are probably clubs too, to meet and converse in person, but Quora is by far the easiest way to quickly find conversations on stuff you’re interested in and see who the people are.

  4. Hey Susan, I stumbled upon your articles via Pinterest. I’m greatly impressed! As an INTP you will know that writing a comment is a rare activity for me and a compliment I don’t make often. Keep writing, thinking and publishing! Many thanks.

  5. Hi there Susan, I just stumbled upon your website a few moments ago, liked what I saw and subscribed. I’m looking forward to exploring and discovering new insights as I’ve only just discovered my Type (INFJ) and I’m a bit overwhelmed by it, to be honest. However, it does make sense of so much, having spent a lifetime judging and excoriating myself for what I perceived as a ‘defective’ or ‘broken’ me and it’s a relief to find some validation – I’m in my double-thirties now! 🙂 I was also wondering if you could recommend any books/materials/blogs/authors who come at this from a Christian perspective?
    Greetings from Scotland.

    1. Hi Carol! I’m so glad you’re enjoying my site! You are definitely not defective, but I do know many INFJs have struggled with feeling this way throughout life. I’m glad you reached out! Actually I do know two INFJ Christians! Marissa Baker (marissabaker.wordpress.com) is a Christian INFJ blogger and Bo Miller from ispeakpeople.com is also a Christian! Thanks again!

  6. Hi Susan! This site…unreal!! I love the Psychology Junkie emails you send. They consistently make my day & teach me so much about myself. In addition to simply providing interesting content, you’ve helped me develop a better understanding of who I am. I cannot thank you enough. Keep it up!

    1. Thank you so much Laura! This makes my day 🙂 I’m so glad you are enjoying the emails and the articles. Let me know if you ever have any topics you’d like me to write about! 🙂

  7. Hi Susan! I just wanted to thank you for your work here!!! I haven’t been around very long, but, so far, the personality descriptions have been very helpful and insightful in crafting characters for the story I am working on (and also personally).

    I had tested as an INFJ before, but after reading your articles, I am wondering if I am actually an INFP (your articles on this topic were helpful). Thanks for stirring my creativity and helping me to understand myself and those around me better!

  8. I’m guessing its the day you created this ‘About Me’ section, July 23rd just happens to be my birthday. Very interesting insights about my personality type, INTJ… Thank You.

  9. Hi Susan, I am an INFJ, it fits my personality perfectly. Your articles gave me some more insight, into an INFJ. Thank you for the articles, they are very much appreciated!

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