Today we have a question from Mike. This is a clear question and I’m pretty sure I answered a similar question not so long ago, but let’s jump into Mike's question for today. Thanks, Mike, for this amazing question. So, your question was: “I am an INFP, and have been working for a company for over a decade. Now they have been taken over by another, bigger company. The values of the company have changed, and the management has taken the new values onboard, but they do not suit
Today's question is from Zubir, thank you for your amazing question. Your question was: “How do we best interact with our conflict type? For example, I'm an INFP, and ESTPs are my conflict type since our first functions are each other's vulnerable functions.” This is a great question because oftentimes we can feel like we don’t actually understand how somebody can be so different to us when it’s our conflicter type. Oftentimes we ourselves also don’t feel very understood by
Today's question is from Eirini, thank you for your amazing question. I'm looking forward to sharing it with you. The question is: “How can I avoid prejudice when knowing a (potential) partner’s type? I.e. how can I avoid seeing in their behavior what I expect to see based on their personality type?” This is a really fantastic question. I love this question because it’s very insightful. But also, this question shows great maturity. It assumes that you are not necessarily righ
Today's question is from Colleen, thank you for your amazing question. When you asked this question I felt privileged because this is a question that has caused a lot of INFPs frustration and pain in their lives.
So, your question is:
“Why do other people look at INFPs so negatively?”
As I mentioned, I’ve worked with thousands of INFPs. My partner is an INFP, some of my best friends are INFPs, I love INFPs! I hope that is clear to you, especially if you’ve been a part
Today's question is from Oli. Thank you so much for posting this question. "Is our attraction to inferior function, caused by immaturity and not taking responsibility for ourselves and our lives? How can we get the less developed parts of us working better?" This is a fantastic question for a couple of reasons. This question takes us much deeper into our cognitive functionalities than most people necessarily want to dive into, but if you’re into this kind of deep work, especi