Megan


About Megan

Megan is an introvert and INFJ personality type who enjoys reading, researching, and writing about personality psychology and human behavior. As the founder of this blog, Megan wants to help other INFJs better understand their personality to improve their personal and professional lives.


It is probably no surprise that as an INFJ personality type and introvert, I love to read. Nothing is better than spending the weekend curled up on the couch with a good book and warm cup of tea. I thought it would be fun to share a few of the […]

5 Books INFJs Should Read in 2017


Masculinity and Femininity In INFJ Women 12
I recently listened to a podcast for Intuitive Thinking women. I’m not a thinking personality type. My Extroverted Feeling (Fe) is an insanely powerful guide when it comes to my decision-making. However, I could relate to some of the feelings and experiences shared by NT women, primarily the feeling of […]

Masculinity and Femininity In INFJ Women






How To Meet an INFJ
The INFJ is the rarest of the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types; making up only one to two percent of the population. INFJs can seem like a mystery to other personality types and often have trouble feeling like they are truly connecting with the people around them. Sometimes INFJs feel so […]

The Beginner’s Guide to Meeting INFJs




INFJs and SPs In Relationships 2
“As soon as I saw you, I knew an adventure was going to happen.” -Winnie the Pooh INFJs are much different than SP personality types, but this doesn’t mean that they can’t have fulfilling relationships with individuals who prefer sensing and perceiving. SPs are drawn to INFJs because of their […]

INFJ and SP Relationships


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“Do whatever brings you to life, then. Follow your own fascinations, obsessions, and compulsions. Trust them. Create whatever causes a revolution in your heart.” -Elizabeth Gilbert Here is a secret: I’ve never considered myself to be a creative person. Yes, I’m an idealist. Sure, I call myself a writer. But […]

The Importance of Creativity for INFJs