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The Potential in an INFJ Relationship 13/04/2017

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For some personality types, relationships can come about quite easily; but for an INFJ, relationships can be significantly more difficult to initiate and traverse. This particular Myers-Briggs personality type is defined as being introverted, intuitive, feeling, and judging. INFJ is a rare but intriguing personality to come across and even more unusual to find in the male gender. In fact, it is estimated that only about one to three percent of the population exhibits INFJ. When it comes to dating and relationships, INFJ individuals have their work cut out – as does a prospective partner of this personality type.


INFJ Characteristics


The standard traits of INFJ individuals (introverted, intuitive, feeling, and judging) create only a basic template for this personality. The nickname for this type of disposition is “The Protector.” Being an observant and compassionate soul, individuals with this kind of persona will go to great lengths to avoid hurting or upsetting others and are very protective of those they care about. Although easy to approach due to their warmth and gentility, “protectors” are also perfectionists who strive to create order and flawlessness in their worlds. This character type tends to be very creative and artistic, especially in the field of writing due to their profound understanding of emotion and keen eye for detail. Being an INFJ is as close as a human might come to being empathic. This kind of individual is sensitive, perceptive, and highly likely to stick with a gut instinct about a person or situation; and their instincts are usually right. As prone as this character is to picking up on others’ feelings, intentions, and general personality traits, this particular individual will be less likely to offer up their own feelings and may be accused of “holding back” in their relationships, primarily romantic ones.


Their penchant for self-reliance can be an issue, especially in a relationship. An INFJ is so used to relying on his or her own instincts (using the “I’m always right” justification) that they may have a tendency to dismiss others’ opinions, sometimes even before they have a chance to listen to the other party. This can be exceptionally problematic when a partner picks up on this unbalance and questions his or her value in the relationship. Their natural attention to detail and perfectionism leads to less fun in a teamwork situation. In fact, INFJs often prefer to work alone because, in their opinion, that’s the only way that everything will be done to their high standard. In a relationship, this persona may become annoyed with a partner who introduces chaos to their carefully crafted environment. Turning the tables, INFJs can irritate partners by frequently striving for perfection which often overflows into the relationship itself. A “protector” can be controlling in that he or she takes to planning and organizing well in advance and will often make decisions single-handedly. This stubborn character will frequently reassess the priorities in their life to ensure that they live up to their full potential, though rarely will they feel as though they have achieved this high goal.


INFJ Relationships


For the right partner, a “protector” can make a wonderful spouse and parent. Although easily able to move on past a relationship that clearly is not working, this individual will be completely devoted to the right person and is most likely in search of a long-term relationship. The “protector” is very gentle and makes a good listener. Their trustworthy intuition can also be a wonderful trait for an individual who needs/appreciates the reassurance that INFJ individuals can provide. A relationship with a protective personality like this can feel one-sided because the “protector” takes charge and often makes decisions without consulting others. They also show so much interest in others’ feelings, concerns, and desires yet they rarely share their own. Although seeming to always be the rock-like force for others to confide in, “protectors” are easily hurt (likely due to the fact that it takes a lot of time and trust to share their inner selves with others).


An individual who seeks a well-organized and closely-knit family would do well to partner up with an INFJ. This personality will usually have very close, loving, and nurturing relationships with their children as well as their spouse. Although idealistic and reserved, this persona has strong values that will not easily be tossed aside. This trait, paired with a constant need to think and plan towards the future, can make for a steady and reliable partner and future parent.


Compatible Personality Types


There are four primary Myers-Briggs personalities that seem to get along best in INFJ relationships. One such personality is the ENFP (extravert, intuitive, feeling, and perceiving). This personality shares intuitiveness yet the extravert trait is a nice complement to the “protector” persona. ENTP (extravert, intuitive, thinking, perceiving) is another personality type that gets along well with the INFJ for the same reasons. INTJ (introvert, intuitive, thinking, judging) displays many of the primary personality traits as the INFJ and will likely be more understanding and accepting of an INFJ’s “ways.” By the same logic, the fourth most suitable personality type is another INFJ.


Relationship Guidance for the INFJ


Traditionally, this persona finds it difficult to initiate relationships which can result in very few serious relationships and long bouts of loneliness. If this sounds familiar, then you’ll know that this scenario is usually related to the difficulty you have sharing your inner self and your deep-seated need to put others’ happiness before your own. Once you snag the attention of a potential partner, your compassionate and easy-to-approach nature often helps to bring them in for closer scrutiny. One who passes the test, so to speak, will likely cause you to bend over backwards (of your own accord) to see them happy. Just remember that your own strong desire to please a partner shouldn’t outweigh your own desires and values.


As a “protector,” it can be difficult to push aside your instincts and listen to the views of your significant other, especially if you truly feel that you are right. Even the most laid-back partner will appreciate having his or her opinion listened to and considered seriously. Your desire to jump into planning-mode may also make a potential partner uneasy. While this particular trait may be seemingly impossible to ignore, consider a compromise in which you can kick-start a bit of early planning yet hold off on any decision-making until you’ve had a chance to discuss options with your significant other. This is paramount in any situation that affects your partner and/or your relationship.


Tips for Dating an INFJ Personality


A prospective partner needs to understand the INFJ’s need to take it slowly when revealing their inner self. It can be difficult to be around someone who so easily seems to understand you, especially when they give so little back in the way of opening up. Patience and an appreciation for your INFJ’s passionate and enthusiastic nature will go a long way in the relationship. Eventually you will crack the stubborn shell of your “protector” and get to know the creative, sensitive, and compassionate soul that lies beneath. You will find that your INFJ partner has high expectations of you. For the most part, these will be reasonable expectations but don’t be afraid to speak up if you begin to feel that your partner is laying the pressure on too thickly. If you begin to feel overwhelmed with your significant other’s need to seek control, take the chance to gently remind your partner that you deserve to have your opinions and thoughts heard. Ultimately, don’t take your partner’s feelings about you lightly; if they are willing to stick around then you should know that they genuinely care for you and will eventually let you through each layer of their being.


Your INFJ partner easily picks up on the moods of others around them and often seeks a way to make everyone happy. This can be exhausting for your companion, so respect their inevitable need to “recharge” after a social situation. Some quiet time at home will usually do the trick. Although your partner may appear to be a social butterfly, remember that at heart he or she will struggle to divulge their own feelings to others, even your friends; so don’t be too upset if your partner doesn’t instantly open up to your pals. Also, too much spontaneity and impulsiveness can send up a red flag to your partner, making it difficult for them to view you as a stable, long-term partner. Ultimately, this may lead to an inadvertent relationship sabotage.


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Photo Career Quiz – My Result 25/02/2017

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Section I: Your Career Type

This section describes your top interest area.



You’re a Thinker

Your primary interest area is Investigative, which means you are a thinker who enjoys working with ideas, theories, and logical analysis. Thinkers enjoy abstract problem-solving and often like to be in a scientific or academic environment. Thinkers want to discover new ideas in their work, and enjoy doing research.

Thinkers prefer jobs that are more intellectual than physical. They often like to work independently, and would usually rather spend their time analyzing data and concepts than trying to motivate or lead other people.

Thinkers like their work best when they can explore concepts and create theories about the way things work. As a Thinker, your primary career goal will be to find a job where you can think through complex, abstract problems, and examine data to discover patterns and principles.

Some sample careers for Thinkers include mathematician, engineer, computer programmer, and financial analyst.

Section II: Your Score Summary

In this section, you will see how you scored for each of the 6 interest areas.




Building careers are those that involve mechanics and construction, working with machines, or using physical skills. Builders are often attracted to careers in the military or law enforcement, construction, mechanics, and athletics.

Your interest level for the Building career area is low.




Thinking careers are those that involve research, analysis, and solving abstract or theoretical problems. Thinkers are often attracted to careers in the sciences, computers and technology, mathematics, and medicine.

Your interest level for the Thinking career area is high.




Creating careers are those that involve artistic expression, imagination, and the creative use of language. Creators are often attracted to careers in performing or visual art, music, writing, and all areas of design.

Your interest level for the Creating career area is moderate.




Helping careers are those that involve assisting, teaching, or taking care of other people. Helpers are often attracted to careers in education, counseling, health care, social service, and human resources.

Your interest level for the Helping career area is high.




Persuading careers are those that involve leading, influencing, or managing others. Persuaders are often attracted to careers in business, management, sales, retail, and entrepreneurship.

Your interest level for the Persuading career area is moderate.




Organizing careers are those that involve managing data, files, and processes. Organizers are often attracted to careers in accounting, computers and information systems, administration, and office management.

Your interest level for the Organizing career area is moderate.


Source: Truity


Personal Strengths Inventory – My Result 24/02/2017

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Your Personal Strengths

Below are your scores for each of the 24 personal strengths. Each strength is scored in terms of a percentage of the total possible points for that strength.

Note: You should not expect to have high scores in every one of the strengths! Most people have a few strengths where they score very highly, many strengths where they score in the midrange, and some strengths with low scores. Your range of scores on the different strengths is a reflection of your individuality.

Similarly, you should not necessarily assume that the goal is to improve your low-scoring areas. In fact, research suggests that you will be more successful if instead you focus on using your key strengths—that is, your highest-scoring strengths—as often and in as many areas of your life as possible. In other words, if you’ve got it, flaunt it!


Strengths of Intellect

Strengths of intellect involve using your mind and intelligence for creativity, learning, and wisdom.




Curiosity is like a thirst that can never be quenched. This is why curious people are always on the lookout for new and interesting experiences. They love to learn and will never stop asking questions when they encounter experts in the fields that interest them. Curious people are open to just about anything, and as long as it is safe, they like to try everything at least once. They seldom get bored, love talking to other people and take joy in even the simplest activities.

Your score for curiosity is 62.5%.



People who exercise good judgment are careful, reflective and reluctant to jump to conclusions. They are flexible and adaptable and will change their minds readily if evidence contradicts their previous assumptions. Individuals who rely on their judgment to guide them are sober, serious and thoughtful in every circumstance, and they always try to use logic and reason when making evaluations. They are steady in temperament and pride themselves on their ability to stay calm and focused in stressful situations.

Your score for judgment is 75%.


Love of Learning

Learners see the world as a giant oyster filled to overflowing with pearls. They live to acquire new knowledge and love learning new skills of all types. They are systematic and disciplined in their approach to the educational process, and that is why they make such great students – and great teachers as well. Learners bring dedication and enthusiasm to their ongoing attempts to gain greater understanding. Their need-to-know is a lifelong condition, and that is why their interest in learning doesn’t decrease in the slightest when their school days are finished.

Your score for love of learning is 77.5%.



Creative people see the hidden potential in every situation. They perceive opportunities for achievement and expression that others easily miss. Artistic in temperament and adaptive in their approach to living, creative people frequently use their imaginations to explore alternative perspectives. They reject the traditional and the predictable, preferring innovative and original solutions to old problems. Creators repeatedly surprise their companions with unique and inventive ideas and suggestions.

Your score for creativity is 77.5%.



Individuals with wisdom have an inherent ability to see the bigger picture. They understand context and do an excellent job of explaining it to other people. As natural humanitarians they love to pass their perspective and insight along to their fellow human beings, and they are experts at showing others how to make lemonade out of lemons. Individuals with wisdom are highly observant and always willing to listen, ready to adjust their outlooks as soon as new information comes along.

Your score for wisdom is 75%.


Strengths of Self-Management

Strengths of self-management relate to regulating one’s emotions, thoughts, and behavior to produce desirable results.



No one has to tell a self-regulator to be more careful or thoughtful. People with high scores in self-control are highly disciplined, believe in a structured approach to living and won’t sacrifice their long-term interests for the sake of short-term pleasure. Fully self-aware, they pay close attention to their own emotional and psychological reactions to make sure they never lose their composure. Self-regulators set goals and stick to the strategies they adopt to achieve them, no matter how tempted they might be to stray from the righteous path.

Your score for self-control is 55%.



Prudent people think about consequences. They never make rash decisions and always project their actions into the future, to gauge how their long-term life chances might be impacted by the things they do today. Prudent people are cautious and restrained and won’t take unnecessary risks. When they do commit to a course of action, however, they will follow it through to the end to see that it is done right, knowing that by doing so they are increasing their chances of success. Prudent people can and will act boldly, but before they do they always have a good idea of what they are getting into.

Your score for prudence is 70%.



Courageous men and women don’t let their fear run their lives. They feel that fear just like everyone else, but their need to conquer it is stronger than its capacity to hold them back. If they think a monster is hiding in the closet, brave people will jump out of bed and rush over to pull the door wide open, ready to confront whatever jumps out. They are not intimidated by difficulty or the possibility of failure, and will always stand up for what they believe is right regardless of any opposition or hostility they might face.

Your score for courage is 65%.



Humble people don’t like to toot their own horns because they see no need for it. They are inner-directed, and consequently they don’t need the praise or affirmation of others to feel good about their accomplishments. For these individuals humility should never be confused with a lack of self-esteem. They do see themselves as competent, capable and decent, but they also see those qualities in other human beings and don’t consider themselves unique or special. Their humble personas are never fake, phony or used to hide passive-aggressiveness; they truly have no desire to fool or impress anyone.

Your score for humility is 70%.



If at first they don’t succeed, perseverant people will try, try again, and again. Perseverant people are determined to finish what they start, and conversely they won’t start a new project unless they truly believe they can complete it. In these individuals perseverance is synonymous with stubbornness, resiliency and a never-say-die attitude. Perseverant people are clever and have a strong practical orientation, knowing that good intentions are useless without good strategies to ensure their ultimate success.

Your score for perseverance is 75%.



It is said that honesty is the best policy, and honest people never doubt that notion for a single second. Looking beyond the convenience of the moment, honest individuals embrace truthfulness as a philosophy of life. They take responsibility for their actions, aren’t afraid to admit their mistakes and won’t play games or put on an act just to make themselves look good. Honest people prize authenticity and believe taking shortcuts with the truth will always backfire in the end.

Your score for honesty is 77.5%.


Social Strengths

Social strengths have to do with relating to others and creating caring, rewarding connections.



Social Intelligence

For people who demonstrate advanced social intelligence, other human beings are like open books. The socially intelligent are experts at reading vocal tones, facial expressions and body language, and they know how to interpret what is not being said, as well as what actually is. They care a lot about how others are feeling, and they try to make everyone feel better if it is in their power to do so. The questions they ask are smart and pointed; they are good listeners and make good suggestions when others are seeking guidance and advice.

Your score for social intelligence is 57.5%.


Capacity for Love

For a person motivated by love, the quality of a life is measured by the quality of its relationships. As parents, mates, friends and family members, they are loyal, dedicated, tender and affectionate. Loving people always celebrate the successes of their friends and family members, and they thrive when showered with kindness and attention. They lead with their hearts and prefer to spend time with others who do the same. Loving people are incurable romantics, in full agreement with the old adage that “love makes the world go ‘round.”

Your score for capacity for love is 50%.



Gentle, caring, compassionate and unselfish by nature, kind people gain immense pleasure from helping others. They are active and involved in the world around them and can’t turn away when others are suffering or in need. Men and women motivated by kindness are generous to a fault, wear their hearts on their sleeves and almost never say no when asked to do someone a favor. They believe we have a responsibility to care for one another, embracing the Golden Rule as the only sensible way to guide our thoughts and actions.

Your score for kindness is 55%.



Forgiving others who have harmed us is never easy. But for some people failing to do so in most circumstances is unthinkable. People with an advanced capacity for forgiveness believe in second chances and know that everyone makes mistakes. They also know that people who hold onto grudges harm themselves greatly in the end, and they aren’t willing to pay the psychological price that a person must pay when he or she holds onto their anger forever. Forgiving people are motivated far more by kindness and empathy than by any negative emotion, and they are firm believers that time really does heal all wounds.

Your score for forgiveness is 52.5%.



People committed to fairness believe in equal treatment and consideration for all. While not unemotional, when issues of fairness are involved they are able to put their personal feelings aside to do what is right. Men and women dedicated to fairness are incredibly sensitive and aware of what is going on in the world around them, and they almost always notice the petty injustices that others miss. They are uncompromising in their refusal to sacrifice their principles for the sake of convenience. When in positions of authority they will never take credit for the accomplishments of co-workers or subordinates. However, they do expect to be acknowledged and rewarded fairly for their actual achievements.

Your score for fairness is 75%.



‘All for one and one for all’ – that is the motto of team players, who are always ready to share and cooperate when big challenges are on the horizon. Team players understand team dynamics implicitly, and they know how to make teammates feel noticed, acknowledged and appreciated. As individuals, team players don’t want to stand out from the crowd. But they are competitive in the sense that they want to see their group perform at the highest level, and they will celebrate team successes with happiness and enthusiasm. As family members and citizens, loyalty and social responsibility mean everything to team players. They are often quite active in charities and will frequently volunteer for community projects.

Your score for teamwork is 42.5%.



Good leaders aren’t afraid to take the initiative. In fact they prefer doing so, relishing the fact that others depend on them to step forward and take responsibility. Natural leaders are highly-organized, resourceful, flexible and charismatic without being overbearing. They like to help other people reach their full potential and have full confidence in their ability to do so. They don’t procrastinate and never take anything for granted, frequently checking in to see if their associates need assistance or guidance.

Your score for leadership is 52.5%.


Strengths of Joy

Strengths of joy are related to the capacity to feel strong positive emotions and a sense of higher meaning and purpose in life.




Grateful people notice the kind gestures of others and always take time to say thank you – and to return the favor, if they can. In general, they are grateful to the world and the universe for providing us with so many miracles and wonders. Their attitude is humble, good humored and appreciative, and others tend to feel very comfortable in their presence. When they become parents they do their best to pass on their sense of gratitude to their children, seeing that quality as essential to healthy human development.

Your score for gratitude is 67.5%.



Hopeful people are optimistic about the future, believing that solutions exist for every problem. They aren’t passive in their approach to life because they know constructive action is necessary to make good things happen. They always look ahead and never behind, refusing to play the blame game or hold onto regrets. Hopeful men and women see opportunities for success and self-improvement everywhere, and when they suffer setbacks their inherent optimism helps them recover quickly.

Your score for optimism is 72.22%.



People who like to laugh – and know how to make others laugh – are popular with almost everyone. Jokes, puns and playful banter come naturally to these creative, fun-loving men and women. They have few sacred cows and seldom encounter a situation where they feel uncomfortable using humor to lighten the mood. They will tease friends and family members as a way to show affection, and when they do make others laugh it gives them a feeling of meaningful accomplishment. They also use humor to cope when facing difficult circumstances, instinctively knowing that laughter is the best medicine.

Your score for humor is 47.5%.



People who experience frequent states of awe have a keen appreciation of beauty and excellence in the world. They are convinced that everything we need to find happiness, satisfaction and meaning is already right in front of us, just waiting to be discovered. They believe our problems arise because we don’t follow our instincts, develop our natural talents or listen to our creative inner voices.

These lovers of beauty and excellence are excited by the great performances, insights and creative accomplishments of their fellow human beings. But they are equally impressed by the wonders of nature, and see themselves as part of a friendly and endlessly imaginative cosmos.

Your score for awe is 82.5%.



Spiritual people live in a universe filled with meaning and purpose. They may or may not be involved with organized religion. However, spiritual considerations motivate their actions and help to define their moral beliefs regardless of the form their spirituality takes. They see no contradiction between science and spirituality and are tolerant of people with different belief systems or divergent philosophical outlooks. Spiritual people value community and enjoy working with others for the greater good. They believe all of us have a role to play in bringing about a kinder, gentler and more loving world.

Your score for spirituality is 80%.



Eager and energetic, people with a zest for life bring vitality and enthusiasm to everything they do. Variety is often called ‘the spice of life’, but when enthusiasm is present the equation is reversed – first comes the spark and then comes the variety, as those who possess this characteristic see life as an adventure and will naturally seek out as much diverse experience as they can find. Boredom is a foreign concept to those who live with enthusiasm, since they bring the fun with them wherever they go.

Your score for enthusiasm is 55%.

Source: Truity


Left-Brain/Right-Brain Test – My Result 23/02/2017

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Left-Brain/Right-Brain Test

Studies on patients with brain damage have allowed scientists to determine how each side of the brain controls different functions. The left hemisphere, for example, specializes in language skills and logic. The right hemisphere allows us to recognize shapes and faces and express and read. Most people are not likely to be strictly left-brain or right-brained – we use each side of our brain depending on the task we’re dealing with. However, some theorists and researchers believe that there may be one side of the brain that we draw on more, which can in turn make the personality traits characteristic of that side of the brain to be more dominant than others.

We go through life attached to a lot of personality-related labels – introverted, optimistic, strong but silent, drama queen, etc. But left-brain or right-brain? These are not so well-known. Interestingly however, whether it is our left hemisphere that is more dominant or our right one, the distinction can impact our personality and the decisions we make. For example, left-brain people are more organized and systematic. Right-brain people are more creative and intuitive. So which side of your brain is more dominant?

How to read your results: If you score closer to the right side of the graph, your personality is more characteristically right-brain. If you score closer to the left side of the graph, your personality is more characteristically left-brain. If you score somewhere in the middle, you share characteristics of both sides of the brain.



Both your right and left hemisphere seem to have reached a level of perfect harmony – rather than trying to dominant each other, they work together to create a unique and well-balanced “you”. Your spontaneous, impulsive, and free-flowing right brain creates an exciting and adventurous world, while your left brain helps you make sense of it and keep track of everything.

When faced with a problem or a tough decision, you’re not only able to break things down and make an informed and sensible choice, but you’re also not afraid to go with your gut when necessary. You tend to express your individuality both in words and actions, and although you’re perfectly comfortable running on a schedule or planning things ahead of time, there are occasions when you love to throw in a little spontaneity.

Your balanced outlook and approach to life creates a desire in you to not only understand the world, but to also take it in your hands and mold it as you see fit. With both your right and left hemispheres working together to guide you, you are able to understand yourself and life in general from so many wonderful perspectives.



Kedua belahan otak kanan dan otak kiri Anda tampaknya telah mencapai tingkat harmoni yang sempurna – daripada mencoba untuk dominan satu sama lain, mereka bekerja sama untuk menciptakan “Anda” yang unik dan seimbang. Otak kanan Anda yang spontan, impulsif, dan bebas-mengalir menciptakan dunia yang menarik dan berpetualang, sedangkan otak kiri Anda membantu Anda memahami dan mengatur semuanya.

Ketika dihadapkan dengan masalah atau keputusan yang sulit, Anda tidak hanya mampu memilah berbagai hal dan membuat suatu pilihan yang masuk akal, tapi Anda juga tidak takut untuk mengikuti intuisi Anda bila diperlukan. Anda cenderung untuk mengekspresikan individualitas Anda baik dalam kata-kata dan tindakan, dan meskipun Anda merasa nyaman mengikuti jadwal atau merencanakan hal-hal sebelumnya, ada kalanya Anda senang untuk menambahkan sedikit spontanitas.

Pandangan dan cara menyikapi kehidupan Anda yang seimbang menciptakan keinginan dalam diri Anda untuk tidak hanya memahami dunia, tetapi juga mengambilnya di tangan Anda dan membentuknya sesuai keinginan Anda. Dengan kedua belahan otak kanan dan kiri Anda yang bekerja sama untuk membimbing Anda, Anda dapat memahami diri sendiri dan kehidupan secara umum dari begitu banyak perspektif yang indah.

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The Best Career for Your Personality Type – by Truity 19/02/2017

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Looking at the infographic, the best careers for INFJ are School Counselor, Writer, Interior Designer, Pediatrician or Veterinarian.

I’m not sure that’s what I really want to do.

I like being a teacher more than a school counselor; and I did have a dream to become a doctor, but not as Pediatrician or Veterinarian even though I love pets.

Seeing careers of each personality I kinda think there are several that suit me also, like Surgeon, Scientist, or Psychologist.

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