How to Understand Your INFJ: Part 2

Posted: September 25, 2014 in HOME

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1. INFJs hate explaining details. If you ask your INFJ how to get from point A to point B, don’t expect an exact, to-the-point answer. Since INFJs rely more heavily on Introverted Intuition and Introverted Thinking than their Extroverted counterparts, explaining processes, procedures and other detail-oriented tasks can sometimes be difficult. Imagine the INFJ’s brain as scattered pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. We already know what the puzzle is supposed to look like when it’s complete, so we don’t bother putting the pieces together. However, in order to explain how we know what the picture looks like we have to take the time to actually arrange the pieces. We’re just not natural detail people. This is one reason we like things like lists and schedules, because they help us structure our scattered minds.

2. It’s pretty hard to type an INFJ. I’m an INFJ, I have several good INFJ friends…

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