INFJs as Children

[Note: It is difficult for me to remember a lot of my childhood, so I do rely on quite a bit of outside information from my family members and friends.  I’m not sure why, but I only remember short clips here and there from my early years, even from when I was in my early…Read more »

5 Struggles of an INFJ

The struggle is real, y’all.  Us INFJs have to deal with some things internally on a daily basis that not a whole lot of other people think about or notice.  Here are five of those things that happen inside our heads on (almost) a daily basis. Every. Single. Day. Is an emotional roller coaster.  Because…Read more »

INFJ Emotions

I don’t think I’ve ever despised a phrase more than “get over it”. You will never get a quicker infamous INFJ door slam than the one you’ll get after those words (or any others like it) leave your mouth.  We will never trust you with our emotions EVER again. I don’t know about all INFJs,…Read more »

Deployment for an INFJ

It’s true, we INFJs crave and need alone time.  A lot of it.  More than any “normal” person.  That being said, deployment is… insanely hard, even for social hermits.  Despite that need to be alone, we also crave deep connection and, let’s face it, this doesn’t happen very often or with many people.  Usually with military spouses,…Read more »

Insights into Autism

I am fortunate enough to work for a transitional program for young adults with Autism.  Our school uses hands-on classes and movement therapy to increase vocational skills and improve executive functioning to help these young adults transition into the workplace or college; whatever their end goal is, we help them get there.  Working for such…Read more »