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Anonymous said:
Hey, I was just wondering, what do those little percentage things that come up next to posts on your theme mean? I just can't figure it out /:

Hi, that’s the way my current theme displays notes. I don’t particularly like it because it doesn’t make sense to have them as percentages, but on the whole I like the theme because it’s easy to read. Sorry for the confusion! 

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Anonymous said:
Hi! My values and ideology are really important for me, but I really don't care if the people around me don't have the same ideas as long as they respect me. But my friends are exactly the opposite, is this normal in INFJs?

Hello! I don’t know if it’s normal for INFJs. For me, I prefer the people I’m close to, to have the same values and ideology as me and I always thought that was because my values are very important to me, so it’s interesting to hear your point of view.

I used to consider it a bit T-ish to separate people from their values and ideology (and therefore be okay with people around not having the same ones) but that was just a theory I had.  

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Anonymous said:
Dear anon who asked whether it's normal for infjs to like someone for a long time (8 years) and keep it a secret, I think it's normal. As for me, I had a crush on s.o back in 5th grade (I was 10 yo back then) until now (I'm 19). As the time flies, I realized that it's not worth it. To remember the memories is killing me slowly but I have to move on to the next chapter of my life since he lives in another place. So, if you still keep in touch with your crush, you better tell him b4 it's too late.

Thank you Anon. :)

Introverts watching an ESxP

intj-confessions:

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Calm the hell down, Ted.

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infjdoodles:

In this period of stress (only 3 days to go!) I find myself both giving and getting strong feelings.

infjdoodles:

In this period of stress (only 3 days to go!) I find myself both giving and getting strong feelings.

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Morality and INFJs

dailyinfj:

I’ve seen INFJs described many times as being very moral, ethical people, which I find to be both true and false. 

For me personally, I have my own set of morals and ethics that may differ from the “mainstream” or commonly accepted morals/ethics. In the US, I think a lot of our morals/ethics comes from Christianity - even though I was raised Christian, I’m not religious and can’t blindly accept anything. But even if they didn’t come from religion, I can’t just take someone else’s morals as my own just because they’re “right”. I question everything and have been ever since I can remember. 

That being said, I do follow my own morals and ethics very closely. I rarely stray from what I personally consider to be right, though if new information makes me question previously held beliefs, I’ll explore it again and sometimes even change my stance on things. 

Any other INFJs want to weigh in? How do you see morality and ethics?

hufflepunks:

/ INFJ / im not part of me | bc infjs are so emo like we have no chill

1. im not part of me / cloud nothings | 2. yesterday / pencey prep | 3. lonely eyes / the front bottoms | 4. two good things / modern baseball | 5. 27 / fall out boy | 6. everything is alright / motion city soundtrack | 7. heavy metal heart / sky ferreira | 8. graceless / the national | 9. early sunsets over monroeville (demo) / my chemical romance

(listen)

hufflepunks:

/ INFJ / im not part of me | bc infjs are so emo like we have no chill

1. im not part of me / cloud nothings | 2. yesterday / pencey prep | 3. lonely eyes / the front bottoms | 4. two good things / modern baseball | 5. 27 / fall out boy | 6. everything is alright / motion city soundtrack | 7. heavy metal heart / sky ferreira | 8. graceless / the national | 9. early sunsets over monroeville (demo) / my chemical romance

(listen)

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Anonymous said:
"You have an unrelenting need to be “different”" No, one is just different.

Yep, I hear you. I do sometimes wonder though if we cling onto being different and let it form too much of our identity. I dunno, just a thought…

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Anonymous said:
I'm a very shy and awkward INFJ girl who's had a crush on an INFJ guy for 8 years now (we met in 4th grade) but the entire time, I've been too scared to tell my friends that I like him. Is it normal for INFJs to like someone for a long time and keep it a secret?

I usually keep my crushes a secret from my friends. I don’t often open up about my most intimate feelings except to maybe one friend. 

I think INFJs often keep things secret in general because they’re used to not being understood, or because they’re often very private people. 

I’m not sure it’s ‘normal’ to have a crush on someone for that long. I’ve never experienced anything like that so tbh I don’t know. Don’t worry too much about being normal though, it isn’t necessary to be normal.

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I recently let a friend who I thought could be trusted know about my darkest secret. Ever since then ( she had originally told told me i was perfect the way i was ect..) she has made fun of me, and been playing mind games. What should I do?

If you’ve told her that her behaviour is mean and upsetting, and she refuses to apologise and change her behaviour, then I think you should end that friendship. It’s possible she doesn’t know how much she’s hurting you or just how horrible she’s being, so give her a chance if you haven’t already, but don’t give her an endless amount of chances. That might sound harsh but you deserve to be happy and you can’t be with someone like that around you and so it would be completely reasonable of you to try and cut her out of your life.

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Anonymous said:
is it normal for an INFJ to be really clingy and attached to their close friends\ partners? I'm starting to realize this in myself quite a lot

I think it’s normal for INFJs to want really close and intense relationships, so clinginess could come out of that. 

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Anonymous said:
For a couple hours of socializing, I need like three days to recover and recharge.

That does seem a little excessive, even for an INFJ. But as long as you’re physically and mentally healthy, there’s nothing wrong with it. 

greek mythology + personality types

mhythology:

basically the figure from greek mythology that i think fits in best with each personality type! (find out yours here)

infp (healer) - cassandra

enfp (champion) - achilles

enfj (teacher) - chiron

infj (counselor) - patroclus

estj (supervisor) - hephastaeus 

istj (inspector) - atalanta

esfj (providor) - zeus

isfj (protector) - hestia

estp (promoter) - atë

istp (crafter) - artemis

esfp (performer) - apollo

isfp (composer) - dionysus

entj (field marshal) - odysseus

intj (mastermind) - athena

entp (inventor) - hermes

intp (architect) - muses

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Anonymous said:
How do you think a relationship would be between two INFJs? I am currently interested in a fellow INFJ and he seems to be interested back. There are very wonderful characteristics and interests that we both share, and I'm just wondering some tips and opinions that you might have for if we should actually get somewhere.

I think it could be wonderful! However, INFJ’s are typically pretty intense people so two of them in a relationship might get very intense. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing but something to be aware of. I wish you all the best! 

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