For as long as I can remember, I’ve struggled with a fear of inferiority in terms of my intelligence. I graduated from high school ranked third out of over 300 students. I graduated college with a 3.98 GPA. And yet I have this intense, sometimes debilitating, fear that, in fact, I am much less intelligent … Continue reading Do INFPs Struggle with Inferiority Complexes?
The auxiliary function in Myers-Briggs theory holds potential for self-growth and development. It can also be an intimidating function to strengthen, because it lives in the realm of either introversion or extraversion, whichever is not your dominant. As (I think) an INFP, my auxiliary function is extraverted intuition (Ne), which is a function that seeks … Continue reading Developing Extraverted Intuition in the Midst of a Move
My Journey to Discovering What May Be My True Type When I took my first Myers Briggs test my first year of college, I tested as an INFP (introvert, intuitive, feeler, perceiver). At first, I really resonated with the definition….until I started testing as an INFJ (introvert, intuitive, feeler, judger). Many aspects of the INFJ … Continue reading Am I an INFJ or an INFP?