INFPs: dreamy idealists in a world of practical realists

11 thoughts on “INFPs: dreamy idealists in a world of practical realists”

  1. I am an INFP but life has caused me to mature, so now I am able to function well outside of my preferences. Meyers-Brigg tells us our preferences, and on a sliding scale, so any two people with the same preferences will not be the same. Our journey through life should enable us to cope in situations that we would not choose. My career has put me in roles I do not prefer. So maturity is coping well outside of our comfort zone.

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  2. Also I’m pretty sure I used this very same featured image in one of my recent posts, where the girl is our in a field looking up at butterflies and stars. That girl is definitely an INFP

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