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INFJ Strengths, Weakness, Problems and Solutions

INFJ Strengths, Weakness, Problems and Solutions


INFJ Strengths, Weakness, Problems and Solutions

INFJ Strengths

      Warm and affirming by nature

      Dedicated to achieving the ultimate relationship      Sensitive and concerned for others’ feelings

      Usually have good communication skills, especially written

      Take their commitments very seriously, and seek lifelong relationships

      Have very high expectations for themselves and others (both a strength and weakness) Good listeners

      Are able to move on after a relationship has ended (once they’re sure it’s over)


INFJ Weaknesses

      Tendency to hold back part of themselves

      Not good with money or practical day-to-day life necessities Extreme dislike of conflict and criticism

      Have very high expectations for themselves and others (both a strength and weakness) Have difficulty leaving a bad relationship


What does Success mean to an INFJ?

People with the INFJ personality type are intense and often are perfectionists. They have deep insights into many aspects of life, and usually have very high standards for their own understanding and accomplishments, as well as those of others. They are service-oriented and empathetic to other individuals. The INFJ strives for the ideal in every aspect of their life. An INFJ’s feeling of success is centered on their own level of understanding and accomplishment, their usefulness or service to others, and the condition of their personal relationships. The INFJ feels successful when they have used their very deep understanding of something to do a real service for someone. We often see INFJ personality types as counselors and teachers, or in the medical and health fields.


Allowing Your INFJ Strengths to Flourish

As an INFJ, you have gifts that are specific to your personality type that aren’t natural strengths for other types. By recognizing your special gifts and encouraging their growth and development, you will more readily see your place in the world, and be more content with your role.


Nearly all INFJ’s will recognize the following characteristics in themselves. They should embrace and nourish these strengths:

      They’re extremely insightful, and see things that are not obvious to others. This ability to see patterns and meanings in the world can help the INFJ in many different ways. INFJ’s usually have a great deal of insight into different people and situations.

      When given a goal or context, an INFJ is able to generate all kinds of possibilities. They’re able to see the problem from many different angles.

      They understand how others are feeling, and are genuinely concerned with others. This natural empathy and caring helps to be really effective at helping others through problems. In this manner, they make great friends, counselors, teachers, and mates.

       An INFJ has a “stick to it” attitude. They’re not afraid of hard work, and will put forth a great deal of effort towards something that they believe in. This persistence will help the INFJ to achieve an identified goal.

      Perfectionistic and idealistic, they always strive for the best.

      Usually intelligent and able to concentrate and focus, the INFJ can usually grasp difficult ideas and concepts.


INFJ’s who have a well-developed Extraverted Feeling function to complement their dominant Introverted iNtuition will enjoy these very special gifts:

      They can turn their insightful understanding about a situation into a successful plan of action.



       The INFJ with well-developed judgment will be able to grasp and process concepts that are beyond what their natural intelligence appears to be able to handle.

      They may achieve a level of understanding that makes them appear wise.

      The INFJ’s perfectionism and idealism, when combined with their empathy and genuine concern for others, can cause them to be true servants for people in some fashion. They may be great doctors or ministers or counselors. If they have also achieved a good amount of life wisdom, they can become powerful forces.


Potential Problem Areas

With any gift of strength, there is an associated weakness. Without “bad”, there would be no “good”. Without “difficult”, there would be no “easy”. We value our strengths, but we often curse and ignore our weaknesses. To grow as a person and get what we want out of life, we must not only capitalize upon our strengths, but also face our weaknesses and deal with them. That means taking a hard look at our personality type’s potential problem areas.


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