Being an INFJ personality type comes with many gifts, but it can also feel like it comes with many burdens at the same time. In addition to being highly sensitive (sometimes to an extreme degree), many INFJs also struggle with high amounts of anxiety and depression.
A lot of INFJs report that they experience a low-key depression running in the background of their lives, even when it appears that everything is going well on the surface. In fact, what might be the most frustrating to INFJs about the way they experience anxiety and depression is that it can be very difficult to pinpoint exactly what it is that is causing them to feel this way. So, they then feel guilty for even feeling anxious or depressed, because in their mind they have “no good reason” to feel that way.
However, INFJ depression and anxiety have a few different deep, hidden causes that make perfect sense once you know what is going on. I talk more about this in the video below:
I’m launching a brand-new video course this December called Energy and Intuition for INFJs, and it’s going to cover specific emotional issues like these for INFJs, and so much more. This course is based on the highly popular online class I taught this past autumn, also called Energy and Intuition for INFJs. I witnessed so many breakthroughs from students in that class, and saw firsthand how life-changing the content was for people, that I knew I had to put together a video course to make it accessible to any INFJ who is in need of it.
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I’m really excited about this new course because I know so many INFJs are still struggling with being an INFJ. This new course is something that will definitely help with that.
Lauren Sapala is the author of The INFJ Writer, The INFJ Revolution, and the creator of Understanding Yourself as an INFJ Writer, an online video course for INFJ writers who struggle with traditional writing methods. You can get a free copy of her book on creative marketing for writers by signing up for her newsletter HERE.