With their inborn tact and altruistic tendencies they help their friends, families and colleagues to better understand themselves and feel at peace.
Because of this character trait, there are many potential points of conflict when making a decision, particularly in a corporate environment.
First, things have to be right according to INFJ’s moral standards.
INFJ in Love, Dating and Relationships INFJ people yearn for romance, and while they appear reserved with everyone else, with their loved ones they certainly don’t hesitate to express their emotions. If things are bad, it will be written all over their faces too.
Their friends and partners have to be careful of what they do and say as INFJs get hurt rather easily.
CONTENTS The Rarest Personality Type What INFJ Stands For?
Other Names for INFJ How to Recognize an INFJ INFJ Interests, Hobbies and Learning Style INFJ in Love, Dating and Relationships How to Get an INFJ Like You INFJ Strengths INFJ Weaknesses INFJ Decision-Making Style INFJ as Leaders Random Facts About INFJ Adjectives to Describe INFJ INFJ Careers INFJ Jobs Famous INFJ People INFJ Characters The Rarest Personality Type INFJ — the rarest personality type that makes up only about 2 percents of the general population.Because of strong emphatic abilities, INFJ men and women can become aware of their partners’ emotions and intentions even before the other person is aware of them.This makes their partners feel as if their minds are being read, but not everyone likes this feeling!INFJs aren’t natural leaders but can be very influential; and when they are, it’s as if they are quietly working from behind the scenes exerting their influence over others.INFJ are concerned about matters of morality and often ponder ethical issues.David Keirsey called it “Counselor” (or “Counsellor”) in his second book “Please Understand Me II”, but in his first book “Please Understand Me”, which he co-authored with Marilyn Bates”, he called it “Author”. Linda Berens in her “The Sixteen Personality Types” called this type “Foreseer Developer”. Niednagel called it “Creative Wordsmith” in his brain typing theory.