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I’m an INFJ in the Myers-Briggs Personality Types and it shows up in my site, the topics I talk about, and my style of writing. We’re a small but valuable part of the world! If you have an INFJ in your life, take good care of him/her. If you are an INFJ, welcome!

I’ve assembled a collection of books, resources, links, and fun stuff all about INFJs. Enjoy!

INFJ Books

The INFJ Heart: Understand the Mind, Unlock the HeartThe INFJ Heart: Understand the Mind, Unlock the HeartThe INFJ Handbook: A guide to and for the rarest Myers-Briggs personality typeThe INFJ Handbook: A guide to and for the rarest Myers-Briggs personality typeThe INFJ: Frozen in Fear & AnxietyThe INFJ: Frozen in Fear & AnxietyThe Empathic INFJ: Awareness and Understanding for the Intuitive ClairsentientThe Empathic INFJ: Awareness and Understanding for the Intuitive ClairsentientINFJ Personality: Shape Your Ultimate Dream Life By Understanding Your Uniqueness (Myers-Briggs, Strengths and weaknesses, Friends, Careers, Relationships)INFJ Personality: Shape Your Ultimate Dream Life By Understanding Your Uniqueness (Myers-Briggs, Strengths and weaknesses, Friends, Careers, Relationships)The True INFJ (The True Guides to the Personality Types)The True INFJ (The True Guides to the Personality Types)The INFJ Writer: Cracking the Creative Genius of the World's Rarest TypeThe INFJ Writer: Cracking the Creative Genius of the World’s Rarest TypeINFJ Personality: Discover Your Strengths and Thrive As The Protector: The Ultimate Guide To The INFJ Personality Type, Including INFJ Careers, INFJ ... Traits, INFJ Relationships, and Famous INFJsINFJ Personality: Discover Your Strengths and Thrive As The Protector: The Ultimate Guide To The INFJ Personality Type, Including INFJ Careers, INFJ … Traits, INFJ Relationships, and Famous INFJsINFJ: 33 Secrets From the Life of an INFJINFJ: 33 Secrets From the Life of an INFJINFJ Personality: The Secrets of Developing Inner Peace: The Secrets of Developing Inner Peace (Volume 2)INFJ Personality: The Secrets of Developing Inner Peace: The Secrets of Developing Inner Peace (Volume 2)INFJ: Personality Types: Thriving In Your Rareness - Discover Your Strengths & Weaknesses to Live a Fulfilled LifeINFJ: Personality Types: Thriving In Your Rareness – Discover Your Strengths & Weaknesses to Live a Fulfilled LifeThe INFJ Path: The Complete Career Guide for INFJs Seeking Meaningful, Satisfying WorkThe INFJ Path: The Complete Career Guide for INFJs Seeking Meaningful, Satisfying WorkA Look Inside a Rare Mind: An INFJ's Journal through Personal DiscoveryA Look Inside a Rare Mind: An INFJ’s Journal through Personal DiscoveryINFJ: 21 Career Choices for an INFJINFJ: 21 Career Choices for an INFJINFJ: The Lives of 13 Great INFJsINFJ: The Lives of 13 Great INFJsINFJ: Portrait of a Counselor (Portraits of the 16 Personality Types)INFJ: Portrait of a Counselor (Portraits of the 16 Personality Types)INFJ Personality: Discover Yourself. Explore and Understand Your Personality Traits to Make a Positive Impact on the World (Personality, Personality Types, INFJ, Strengths and Weaknesses, Love)INFJ Personality: Discover Yourself. Explore and Understand Your Personality Traits to Make a Positive Impact on the World (Personality, Personality Types, INFJ, Strengths and Weaknesses, Love)The Way Of The INFJ: Best book for success, balance and developing INFJThe Way Of The INFJ: Best book for success, balance and developing INFJINFJ: Understanding & Relating with the Counselor (MBTI Personality Types)INFJ: Understanding & Relating with the Counselor (MBTI Personality Types)INFJ SUCCESS: Below the Radar - Above the SystemINFJ SUCCESS: Below the Radar – Above the System

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INFJ Resources

These are resources I’ve found helpful. The newest items are added at the bottom. The links below are to interesting and thought-provoking reading. The inclusion of a link is not an endorsement of all its content or the content of the site on which it is found.

My INFJ and Introverts Pinterest board

Portrait of an INFJ

INFJ – The Confidant

INFJ Type Description

INFJ Profile

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Top 10 Things Every INFJ Wants You to Know

Everything or Nothing: An Ode to the INFJ

“Was that really me?” – How Stress Brings Out the INFJ’s Hidden Personality

INFJ Type Profile

INFJ Careers, Jobs and Majors

How to Love Your INFJ?

INFJ: A Potentially Brilliant Diamond

INFJ Swag

Keep Calm I'm An INFJ MugKeep Calm I’m An INFJ MugWomen's INFJ T-ShirtWomen’s INFJ T-ShirtINFJ: Read Your SoulINFJ: Read Your SoulWomen's INFJ T-ShirtWomen’s INFJ T-ShirtMyers-Briggs INFJ Square Bumper StickerMyers-Briggs INFJ Square Bumper StickerINFJ Oval StickerINFJ Oval StickerINFJ Minimalist PosterINFJ Minimalist PosterINFJ Traits MugINFJ Traits MugINFJ Non-slip Rubber MousepadINFJ Non-slip Rubber MousepadWomen's INFJ T ShirtWomen’s INFJ T ShirtINFJs Unite MugINFJs Unite Mug

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  • I’m just so excited I had to post after this part of your website. I first found your website after someone shared your article about homeschooling in the afternoon. From that I’ve been reading more and I’m realizing I have a HSC in my 9 year old son. Your website has been a wealth of information to help me research more. I already knew he was a mild Aspie but the HSC really connects all the dots for me and explains some of the things I can’t even explain to my husband. I stumbled onto your INFJ page because I’m INFJ! I love the resources for INFJ’s you have here. And no wonder I’m drawn to your website! Thank for you information about HS and Spirited Children you have here. I’ve been different raising my son. I’ll say that much.

    • Hi Paige!

      It’s great to meet you! I love it when I discover other bloggers are INFJs as well. I feel the same way – no wonder I related to them so much! Thank you for taking the time to say hi. I hope you find lots of helpful information here. Feel free to jump into the comments and add to any discussions we have. We can all learn from each other!

  • I am so excited to have found you!! I’m an INFJ too! I’m also Christian and thinking about homeschooling, and have a HIGHLY sensitive 5 year old daughter, as well as an NT 3 year old daughter. I was googling discipline strategies for our oldest. I am absolutely at the end of my rope. I feel like I hate parenting most days. So happy to have found you though, and now I can’t wait to pore through your website. Thanks Sallie!

  • Sallie.

    Oh wow! I told you in a comment on my blog that I want to find out more about INFJs and now I’ve discovered this page. Look at all those resources! Thank you!

    I’ve been browsing your blog and really enjoying your posts. I have ‘different’ children but it’s only recently that I’ve been wondering if they are gifted or have OEs etc. Unschooling has allowed my kids to be themselves, and to develop their passions way beyond what is expected in school, but occasionally I worry that they don’t fit in with normal society. Some of my children do a good job of looking like they are the same as everyone else for short periods of time. However, one of my sons has had a lot of trouble when in social situations. He has eccentric personality traits and was hard to parent. Outsiders told me I wasn’t parenting properly: I should make him be like everyone else. I resisted their advice. but I occasionally have doubts about whether I did things the right way. Anyway, I have been researching introverts, highly sensitive people, OEs, giftedness… in search of answers. I’m glad to have found your blog!

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