One sign you’re an INFP –you’re reading this.
Obviously, I was guessing. But since you’re here, it’s imaginable that you’re either an INFP or someone closely related. How can I say that?
INFP means Introverted-iNtuitive-Feeling-Prospecting. It’s one of the rarest personality types according to Myers-Briggs. People with this personality type are seekers (and are drawn to these kinds of posts). They are always curious about people, emotions, and themselves.
I, myself, is an INFP. We are existentially conscious about how our personality associates with relationships, career, and our everyday lives. However, these curiosities often lead to frustrations.
INFP is a misunderstood bunch. While most personalities express emotions outward, INFPs contemplate emotions inward. …
It happened when I was 13 years old. Everyone from my class knew I got an interest in acting. I write scripts for school plays. I act on major roles.
One of the most memorable school plays we did was “Miss Saigon”. Surprisingly, I was chosen to be Kim, the lead actress of the play. We’ve practiced for 4 beautiful months.
Unfortunately, I never told my mom. When she caught me attending rehearsals, I didn’t mention that I was the lead role. I was scared that she’ll pull me out.
Whenever I mention my plans to mom, she’ll answer with a frowned look. …
“A year from now, you will wish you started today.”
— Karen Lamb
Procrastination —essentially, it’s harmless but collectively, it’s dangerous. On many days, procrastination feels satisfying. But, as we grow older, it’s becoming a prison we can barely get out of.
I was taking my second course back then, a degree in education. We were bombarded with paperwork, reports, and daily doses of anxiety—typical for thriving education students.
I admit that I do procrastinate and start everything at the last minute. I call it time-saving. Requirements were piling up but I pride myself on my speed. …