“INFPs have been called the ‘Children of the Myers Briggs World’ and it’s pretty true. True idealists, we see the best in everyone and everything, processing everything in our rich internal world and constantly dreaming about how the world could be a better place…”
I have learned by having a brick wall fall on me about what’s really important in life.
As happy as I am – and, for the most part, I truly am – you should also know that I, at times, become equally sad. I have a strong urge to cry in regard to pretty much any emotion, at any time.
“Love is hiding who you are at all times. It’s wearing make-up to bed and going downstairs to Burger King to poop.”
If I have learned anything in the last twenty-three-years, it has been the unfortunate discovery of accepting ourselves in secrecy.
1. Showing your true emotions is something that makes you feel vulnerable and that’s not fun to do.
Too often women make the mistake of believing that to be powerful, and successful, and taken seriously, they must be more masculine.
You probably have felt this feeling in your heart which is hard to put into words; where the feeling is triggered by ecstatic, surprised, emotional, frustrated, and affectionate emotions.
You meet someone you really connect with them, you get the butterflies, you think about them constantly and it gets to the point where you feel like you are going crazy because the feelings just keep getting stronger.
How many times in your life have you held back from saying something you should have or wanted to? Is there someone that you loved but never told? Someone who did something amazing for you but never thanked? Or maybe someone you hurt but never apologized to? What stopped you from saying those words?