INFP Shadow Functions – Extraverted Feeling

In a post I made a long time ago, I discussed the INFP Shadow Functions briefly.  So far, I have discussed all of the primary INFP functions in depth via the “From An INFP’s Perspective” series, and now I feel it necessary to cover the INFP shadow functions in depth as well. So I will be discussing…

My Emphasis on Good Experiences

This post is again different from a few of my previous ones as this post illustrates some feelings I’ve had perhaps because I’m INFP. If many of you do feel the same way, that’s great, and maybe this isn’t even an INFP or introvert thing to begin with. So here we go. I care a…

Struggles of the Introvert

You’re in the library and are about to go get a book when you see another person looking for a book in that aisle. Eh, you didn’t really want that book anyways (or you wait anxiously, creepily watching the person until they leave). Your body is tired and you want to sleep, but your mind can’t…

What We Can Learn About INFPs from ADD and ADHD

Many different personality types are misdiagnosed with personality disorders, for instance, INTPs are often misdiagnosed with ADD and Asperger’s Syndrome. In a sample of 110 children diagnosed with ADHD, ESFP was the most preferred type with INFPs, ISFJs, ISFPs, and ESFJs being overrepresented in the sample as well. INFPs are often misdiagnosed with ADD and ADHD…

New Blog

I started a new blog called Dangerous Musings. I’m still writing for this blog, don’t worry, but in Dangerous Musings, I will discuss my favorite movies, shows, books, talk about life, pretty much post about anything and everything. So go check it out; I already have a post about my favorite Pixar films on there…

Childhood of the INFP

As a kid, I knew I was slightly different from most kids. Most of my thoughts and ideas were characterized by external behavior. Basically, I was introverted, so many kids saw me as shy. Most of my ideas I tried to create in reality, like coming up with stories or building stuff with LEGOs. That…