INFP Thoughts #3 – On Daydreaming

You’ve thinking about the possibilities of time travel. Or you’ve been imagining a conversation you want to have with your friend when you see her on Tuesday. Or you’ve been considering that new idea you had for a novel. …When suddenly your mind jolts, thrusting you into reality. You realize you’ve been daydreaming…again… and you…

“Ne” vs. “Si” – Newness vs. Familiarity

In the INFP’s cognitive stack, Introverted Feeling comes first, then Extraverted Intuition, Introverted Sensing, and finally, Extraverted Thinking. Now, having both “Ne” and “Si” so close to each other is somewhat unusual, only 1/4 of all personality types have “Ne” and “Si” as either 2nd and 3rd functions. And though 1/4 honestly isn’t rare, that…

The Emotional Life of the INFP – Part #1

As I’ve covered in a few posts, INFPs are very emotional and areĀ in touch with their emotions more than any other personality type. Though everyone has emotions, INFPs feel them the most. INFPs also have a tendency to project their emotions, and emotions are what drive the INFP the most. I thought it would be…

The Desire to Feel

We INFPs feel things very deeply, much more so than other people do. We may cry when other people are unmoved. Sometimes we’ll laugh at something that wasn’t supposed to be humorous. A single day can be affected by whether or not if we feel hint of sadness, excitement, or joy. Sometimes we feel like…