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Published on YouTube: How INFPs Stop Feeling Defective

How INFPs Stop Feeling Defective
INFPs and Enneagram 4s often carry feelings of Defectiveness, a schema in which they chronically doubt their own worth or rights.

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While others love to go out and party, you love to go inwards. My name is Erik Thor and I’ve been a dreamer all my life. In this channel, we talk about the inner world of dreams, journalling, self-discovery, and creativity. So release your inner Amelie from Montmarte and let’s sit down and introspect together.

Maybe you’ve been feeling it. The call to minimalism, to size down, to live a more easy, and comfortable life, away from the busy noise of the bustling city, away from the high demands and stress of ambition and work. Perhaps you’re looking for something deeper and more meaningful.

Being a dreamer isn’t always easy. It can often feel like you’re pressured by the world to be somebody else than who you are. To be more practical, to be more successful, to work harder, and to be more ambitious. But that’s not for you. You’d love to dedicate the rest of your life to your creative pursuits. If you need help with that, I’m here.

Join the community!

via YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XmwQXYdCRw


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