INFP Shadow Functions – Introverted Intuition

In the previous post, I explored the INFP’s first shadow function or the INFP’s fifth function in the cognitive stack. This post will explore the INFP’s second shadow function, Introverted Intuition, in depth. The second shadow function holds the Critical Parent role. This role concerns how individuals find weak spots in other people’s arguments and judgments. Now, to…

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…

Introverted Feeling – Roles – Primary Processes

Previously I discussed the roles of the primary and shadow cognitive functions of the INFP, because the order of the functions can dramatically change a personality in many ways. For instance, as I also discussed earlier, ESTJs and INFPs have the same cognitive functions, however, the cognitive functions are reversed. Even though both INFPs and ESTJs…

INFP Cognitive Functions (Part 2)-Shadow Functions

In INFP Cognitive Functions (Part 1), the INFP primary functions and their roles were discussed. As was mentioned in the previous post, the INFP’s primary functions, “Fi”, “Ne”, “Si”, and “Te”, are the primary ones because the INFP prefers those functions and their order over the other four functions. Those functions are the INFP’s shadow functions….