Hey Everyone, Copper D.W. here!
So I’m introducing this new category, being ‘INFJ’, Carl Jung’s personality test! YAY!! 😀
If you are not already familiar with the Myers-Briggs Personality tests (or what they are formally called MBTI, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) it’s basically a test that you take that puts you in a category of 16 types, being a combination of 4 letters. I vs E (introversion vs extroversion), S vs N (sensing vs intuition), F vs T (feeling vs thinking) and J vs P (judging vs perceiving). The final ‘type’ that you get is a combination of these 4 letters that is a general summary of how you process information, make decisions etc. I attached a link to a free Myers-Briggs personality test (because the real one costs money).
In this new category, I am going to be focusing on the rarest Myers-Briggs personality being the INFJ, which I am the most knowledgeable about because I am one. Sadly I will only have a category for the INFJ Myers-Briggs personality type and not any of the other 15, because I don’t feel like I know enough about the other types to provide insight on it.
In these kinds of posts in this category, I am assuming that you already have some basic understanding of what the stereotypical information on INFJ’s and this category is really just here to add my own personal insights of these kinds of INFJ problems. (So this isn’t the website to learn more about INFJ’s but more so a reflection of the type of fellow INFJ’s that need to know that they are not alone)
If you want to find some really great information on your Myers-Briggs type then there are a lot of great sites (linked below) that you can get a lot of information of these different types. (just to note, I am not affiliated with any of these companies, or websites).
I hope you enjoy my new INFJ Category, and I hope to see you back for more, juicy personal tidbits of INFJ Problems, and thoughts!
Real MBTI Test:
Personality Quizzes Free: