Best Blogs and Links for INFJ Creatives

As some of you know who read this blog regularly, I’m pretty interested in the Myers Briggs personality types. I’m an INFJ and I’ve written a few articles on being an INFJ (or INFP) writer. I’ve found a lot of excellent resources for INFJs on the web, but I’ve also noticed that some of these resources aren’t so easy to dig up.

The following is a “best of” list for any INFJ writer, INFJ artist, or just plain INFJ sensitive (which is all of us, to be honest):

Jennifer Soldner offers a detailed, yet concise, list of what makes us INFJs tick. She touches on the INFJ intelligence, problems with perfectionism, and extreme intuition:

Top 10 Things Every INFJ Wants You to Know

You can get the full description on all 16 types in Lenore Thomson’s wonderful book: Personality Type. For a sneak peek solely into the INFJ , check out this excerpt on Personality Café. It also includes a brief, interesting breakdown of some of the differences between INFJ and INTJ:

Lenore Thomson’s INFJ Description

For any INFJ who ever grew up feeling like an alien (again, I think that’s probably all of us), there might be no better summary than this excerpt by A.J. Drenth:

INFJs See Two People in Everyone

Personality Playbook features a great list that describes INFJs in all areas of life, as team members and learners, as well as descriptions of INFJs in relationships and INFJs under stress:

INFJs as Accidental Leaders

However, we’re not always all warm and fuzzy. Personality Junkie details some of the more negative aspects of the INFJ:

The “Other Side” of INFJs

Sometimes we can even be particularly cold about cutting someone out of our life. This is the best video I’ve ever seen that explains the INFJ doorslam phenomenon in-depth, and why it happens:

INFJ Doorslam

Did you know INFJs actually need more sleep than the average person? Here’s why:

Why INFJs Need More Sleep

If you’ve done your fair share of INFJ research, you’ve probably figured out by now that you’re also an empath and Highly Sensitive Person. This is one of my favorite links on how to cope with the accompanying bouts of anxiety:

Empaths, Hypersensitivity and Anxiety

When you step fully into your identity and potential as an empath, you might decide you want to know more about what that means. This is a great place to start:

Resource for Empaths and Healers

And if you’re interested in learning more about INFJ writers and how we work check out my book:

The INFJ Writer

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