The Childhood Struggles of INFPs
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The Childhood Struggles of INFPs

INFP children are some of the most emotionally rich, creative individuals you’ll ever meet. Their strong personal values, philosophical nature, and insightful way of viewing the world make them stand out from the crowd. They are seen as sensitive souls and are often more on the quiet side as children. Myers-Briggs® expert David Kiersey calls…

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How Do YOU Use Extraverted Feeling?

Extraverted feeling is often called the “harmonizing” function. That’s because it helps us to understand and empathize with the moods and emotions of others. People with strong extraverted feeling can often absorb others emotions and feel them as if they are their own. This makes strong Fe users very good listeners who often know how to…

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Understanding ISTP “Laziness”

ISTPs get a bad rap sometimes for being ‘lazy’ or taking shortcuts in life. They’re seen as rule-breakers, rebels, and anti-authoritarian anarchists. Okay, maybe I’m stereotyping a little bit – the anarchist part might be going a little far. ISTPs often feel misunderstood and underestimated when it comes to their productivity simply because they have…