Have you ever felt like you didn’t quite fit in in the world? The INFP Dreamer personality type is known for a rich imagination and a vast inner world. As a Dreamer, you often think about who you are, and what your purpose is in life.
Having a strong sense of identity and a hard-wired values system can make you feel alone at times. The more aware you are of yourself and your unique values and ideas, the more apart you can feel from other people. This is the dilemma of the unique soul of the Dreamers.
Firstly, as a Dreamer, you may at times feel that your values clash with the everyday norms around you. We as a collective system may do things that you disagree with. Dreamers see how the world could be different and struggle because the world is not how it could be with your unique eyes. What’s worse is, it may sometimes be impractical. It could even impossible for you to be who you truly want to be. The system does not always give room for your individuality.
Finally, you may be forced to make compromises that cause conflict with your deep rooted authenticity. Should you just surrender and become a part of the mainstream, or can you find a way to stay true to your heart? Share your experiences about being an INFP in the comments and see how other INFPs experience life. And remember, you’re not alone - yet, there is nobody exactly like you. You’re unique, but we are all together in our uniqueness.
If you can understand the cognitive functions and your key personality traits, you have the key to understanding the INFP.
The INFP A personality type trusts in themselves and has confidence to speak out about their values and beliefs. The INFP T is more cautious, worrying more about how they come across. As an INFP T, you may retreat into a world of your own. You can sometimes feel alienated from other people. If you can develop confidence and manage your emotional turbulence, you can become more Assertive. Assertive types are more comfortable in their own skin and more passionate.
You will want to find your MBTI Flow State. Your flow state is who you are at your best, when you can express yourself fully with complete confidence. Find a way to feel comfort in your own skin and your own identity. Consider coaching as an option to become more confident and self-secure. Learn my options for coaching:
As an INFP, you may have experienced many issues in relating to and being your most authentic self in the real world. There may be many expectations on you on who you should be or what you should do. My coaching program will help you understand your thought process and values and can help you verify and find confidence and security in who you are. I will walk you through the many common INFP issues and develop an INFP Personal Growth Roadmap so that you can become the best version of yourself.
Learn more about the difference between the INFP A "Butterfly" and T "Wallflower" in this video.
The INFJ personality type is more of a mediator. This type uses a form of Judging to influence other people. They are communicators and better at managing conflict and diplomacy. They are however, less self-aware and do not know themselves as well as the INFP. INFJs can at times go against their own values in order ot keep the peace with the tribe.
The ENFP personality type is more of a rebel. This type is more outgoing in their campaign against the world. They know themselves and what they want and will follow their own compass no matter what. They are not afraid of conflict and will fight to protect themselves and their own interests. ENFPs are more extroverted and work better with a team. They need social stimulation to get energy.
The INTP personality type is a Reformer at heart. They work to improve and better themselves and the world around them. The INTP understand that you need to break things in order to rebuild them. They take a meticulous approach, working to perfect themselves. INTPs ignore their own feelings and have a thick-skin and the ability to keep working at something, even if it is a little uncomfortable.
Finally, the ISFP is not a Sage. They prefer applying theory and have little patience for the abstract. ISFPs live life on their own two feet and focus on enjoying the simple things in life. They are often drawn to having an art or skill they can master completely.