1. nattybabe said: This isnt a question. I just wanted to say I love you, your blog, and your poetry. I didnt know about the INFP personality until yesterday and its like I finally feel validated, there are others like me! Its nice to know that Im not just a bunch of weird thrown together. I can really relate to your blog and I love finding out more about INFPs. I feel more confident about me now. You did that. Good job. I like you. :)

    Thanks a lot lovely, I hope this blog continues to make more people feel that they are not alone in being idealists! But one thing you should know that I did not in any way make you more confident- The credit to that goes to you and I am so, so glad that I was able to help you do that!! I hope you are as proud of yourself as I am of you <3 And awwwww-

    - Your infp princess


  2. Dear Habibis,

    It is beyond my comprehension why I have 500 (Well over that now since I’m late) of you! I know it’s not a big number and I shouldn’t be feeling so overjoyed but when I first started this blog, even a 100 followers were wishful thinking so forgive my embarrassing declaration of affection for you! I simply cannot help it! The thought of people- REAL, STRANGE HUMANS- looking at my posts from different parts of the world, liking them and relating to them makes me feel like I am not alone. I want you guys to know that each and every one of you occupy a special place in my heart and can always message me about anything and I’ll always be there for you to help you, be your friend, give you (probably lame and gooey) advice or even just listen! In short-

    - Your INFP princess


  3. myersandbriggs:

    Not Your Typical Personality Types

    The INFP is a dreamy, imaginitive, idealist, capable of finding the good in anything or anyone, even something as foul as Newark, New Jersey. INFPs are sometimes dangerous to the well-being of society as a whole, as they are prone to adopting subversive and…


  4. "

    Feminism has fought no wars. It has killed no opponents. It has set up no concentration camps, starved no enemies, practised no cruelties.

    Its battles have been for education, for the vote, for better working conditions…for safety on the streets…for child care, for social welfare…for rape crisis centres, women’s refuges, reforms in the law.

    If someone says, “Oh, I’m not a feminist,” I ask, “Why, what’s your problem?”

    — Dale Spencer (via lullabysounds)

    (Source: teenrat666, via fuckyeahvictoriakaye)


  5. Anonymous said: INTJ asking out an INFP.




  6. Anonymous said: An INFP female falling for a flirty ENFJ male?



    Someone wrote a book about this.




  7. sillymbti:

    ESTP: Jock.

    ESFP: Drama queen.

    ISFP: Drama kid.

    ISTJ: Prep.

    ISFJ: Perfect child.

    ESTJ: Class president.

    ENTJ: Student body president (and secret debate team weirdo).

    ENFJ: President of a do-gooder club.

    ENFP: That person who is always trying to get people to join said club.

    INFJ: Band…


  8. MBTI Reactions To…


    Organisation (Requested)



    "It’s needed. ‘nuff said."



    "Oh…uh…. stuff gets untidy sometimes ehh haah…"



    It just makes life so much easier.”

    (Credits to GIF Makers)

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  9. ESTP: super attractive physically but it’s all downhill from there. never quite know what they’re going to do next but you can probably bet it will be irresponsible. somehow still lovable.

    ESTJ: loud, logical, and get shit done — they are the warrior class of the life rpg. power stats make…

    (Source: dontbecuteyoufuck)


  10. xylotopages01 said: Whenever I watch a tv show/read a book and really "get into it" I come out of it and subconsciously and unconsciously seem to begin to act like my favourite character (usually the protagonist) Is this common in my type (INFP) or is it just me?


    I personally think a lot of INFPs are people that can absorb emotions, personalities and skills. A confident INFP can easily slip into different personalities and characters in social situations. This is where you get our commonly found “manipulative” nature. Some INFPs don’t let others get close to them, to see the true person they are. They tend to “mirror” the group they are in order to blend. We are known to be chameleons. INFPs are also artists and are inspired by strong emotions, personalities and experiences…So if you’re reading a book that effected you or a movie that swept you into a different world for 2 hours, it’s hard to shake that. And I think yes, you can subconsciously adapt to that… talk about hard to get back to reality! I mean, most people don’t understand how difficult a song is for people like us, I can listen to the same song and be in that mood for hours to days. a movie? twice as bad, a book? it could take a month to shake off a book.

    Personally as a child I loved seeing movies and running outside to pretend and play myself into the storyline. I was always creating characters and changing my world around me. We are the ultimate imagination-based people. (It’s a gift and a curse, in this situation, more on the curse side sometimes)

    You probably are one of those that just honestly absorbs things. Nothing wrong with that, it’s a very interesting trait to have. Other people may not understand it, but even as an adult, having strong experiences can be very difficult for me to process and explain to others, and sometimes I can find myself acting like the protagonist I just read or saw the movie of and not even knowing it.

    The answer from my personal opinion is that this could be a common trait among those with our functions and type. Anyone else have similar experience with this?