Shallow and menial conversations of everyday life can confuse and frustrate INFJs. We would much rather ask for life stories and sincere problems." We mean it on the deepest and sincerest possible level.
This is a guest post by John Lindholm, a writer for the Introvert Spring INFJ forum. INFJs like to look in. Sometimes this habit works against us. Our mind is a busy freeway of thoughts that steer ."Some of this is really true.