Marissa Baker

Discover 10 incredible #INFJ characters from your favorite books! #MBTI #Personality #Myersbriggs

10 Fictional Characters You'll Relate to if You're an INFJ

INFJs love stories, and we especially like the stories about characters we can relate to. Because INFJs are such a rare personality type, we don't often look around in real-life and find people that we identify with as being like us. For many INFJs, discovering their personality type is a…


Find out how feeling #personality types use their thinking process. #MBTI #INFJ #INFP

How Feeling Personality Types Use Thinking

It's a common misconception that types who have an “F” in their four-letter Myers-Briggs® type only use Feeling, but in reality they also have a Thinking side. Myers-Briggs® theory contains what we call function stacks, which describe how our minds work and give a clearer picture of the depth and…


Find out how the thinking #personality types use feeling! #MBTI #Myersbriggs #INTJ #ISTJ #ENTJ #ENTP

Discover How Thinking Personality Types Use Feeling

Guest post from Marissa Baker at LikeAnAnchor.com It's a common mistake to think that Myers-Briggs® types with a “T” in their four-letter description only use Thinking. In reality, they also have a Feeling side. Myers-Briggs® theory contains what we call function stacks, which describe how our…


Want to be friends with an #INTJ? Here are some easy pointers! #Personality #Personalitytype #MBTI #Myersbriggs

5 Steps to Making Friends with an INTJ

INTJs might have a reputation for being cold, calculating robots who don't want or need friends, but that's far from the truth. People with this personality type are conceptual, imaginative individuals who feel things deeply and privately. They are incredibly loyal friends and they deeply want to…


Find out why #INFPs, #ENFPs, #ISFPs, and #ESFPs can struggle with letting go of bad experiences. #MBTI #Personality #personalitytype #INFP #ISFP #ENFP #ESFP

Here's Why It's So Hard for INFPs, ENFPs, ISFPs and ESFPs to Let Go of Bad Things

Guest Post by Marissa Baker at LikeAnAnchor.com   If you're an ESFP, ISFP, ENFP, or INFP type, then you probably know how hard it can be to let go and move on when bad things happen to you. This is especially true when the “things” involve other people and how they respond to you. All the FP…