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What is an INFJ?

Out of the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types, INFJ type is most rare. These unique snowflakes of the personality spectrum make up less than 1% of the population. This leads many INFJs to feel misunderstood.

Common INFJ traits:

  • Feel the need to make a difference in the world
  • Very good at reading between the lines
  • Friendly and personable, but also introverted
  • Intensely introspective, INFJs tend to overthink
  • Prone to burnout and overwhelm because they put others first
  • Empathetic and compassionate

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  1. Hi Micheala,

    I read a few of your articles, and I’ve noticed you seem to imply that innies are solely INFJs (advocate), as if that specific archetype was the only one capable of wearing the introvert mantle. I know I’m an introvert, I feel everything you’ve described. Having done the personality test a few times throughout the years, I can tell you that although I’ve scored as an advocate archtype once or twice, more often I’ve been identified as an INTJ (architect) which is equally rare. So I’d like to know why you only focus on the advocate archtype (besides the obvious fact that you must be an INFJ)?

  2. I can connect with everyone but no one connects with me and I would connect through feeling I can feel what there are saying and say what there feeling , but I would think why am I the only one that doesn’t think it’s cool to be cruel , no matter how hard I try I just don’t fit in , it must be so true about rarest type because in all the pubs house party’s groups of friends I have found no one like me , only people I found like me are fictional characters in books and films and I feel closer to them than anyone else ha , I think there comes a time though when you just have to stop tryin or Caring and just go your own way .

    • Yeah.. i know your feelings..

  3. so, my type INFJ is the rarest…? wow

    • Don’t buy into that. I am an INFJ too. There isn’t any substantial evidence to support this theory. At the end of the day does it matter?

      • Agree, and the last survey based on it was created decades ago so it could be more common nowadays but either way, it doesn’t matter whether its rare or not.

  4. It probably does matter (self knowledge) if you repeatedly find yourself in jobs that do not fit with “who you are” – knowing oneself is very powerful, and gives you tools to navigate through life a bit easier.

    Does it matter? Depends on if you think it matters – Well let me tell you that it has allowed me to teach others how to love themselves and I think that, on a global scale, does matter. Loving oneself (finding happiness internally rather than externally) and teaching peace in this world has no pricetag.

    Finding out what you are good at, and how you make a difference in the world is paramount since that is why we are here.

  5. I completely agree! In fact, the whole reason why I took the personality type test in the first place, was to try to find out what I should be when I grow up (I’m mid thirties and still do not know what I want to be). I have numerous certifications, credentials, diplomas, and endorsements, as well as two trades, in just as many fields, yet I still do not feel satisfied career-wise :/

  6. I think it did help me to learn that my type feels that it doesn’t fit in and is rare, even though people don’t have a clue about it and they think we are like them because we completely get them and understand them.
    Surrounding by friends and family, sometimes I do feel they don’t get me, but I choose God as my best friend and he is the only one that truly knows me.
    It’s good to know that I’m not the only one thinking in abstract questions and that we don’t have the small talking gene, but we pretend we have it when is necessary, haha.
    Also knowing for what I’m good is been vital in my writer career.


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