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INFJ vs INFP Explained

What is the difference between an INFJ and an INFP and how do you know if you are […]
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What is the difference between an INFJ and an INFP and how do you know if you are an INFP or an INFJ?

The Difference Between INFJs and INFPs

INFxs are often highly sensitive, empathetic types who enjoy introspection, privacy and daydreaming.

INFPs

  • Fill the role of rebels in our society, going against norms and asking questions about what is right and wrong

INFJs

  • Fill the role of leaders in our society, set a positive example for other people to follow, focused on morality and right and wrong. 

INFPs

  • Use Introverted Feeling to go inside and make sense of their own feelings and values, find strength in self-awareness

INFJs

  • Use Introverted iNtuition to detach from a situation and to understand it more theoretically/conceptually. Find strength in being able to explain things.

INFPs

  • Strong Introverted Sensing users. Show consistency and character, inspire respect and have a strong duty & sense of responsibility.

INFJs

  • Strong Introverted Thinking users. Deal with life scientifically and use critical thinking to improve themselves and their skill-sets.
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