infj problems infographic/ I tap into my intj to help not be such a people pleaser, yes, it can be done.

infj problems infographic/ I tap into my intj to help not be such a people pleaser, yes, it can be done.

How humanity should behave! Not one of us is better than the other. We are all God's children. <3

How humanity should behave…

How humanity should behave! Not one of us is better than the other. We are all God's children. <3

Well the first MLT doesn't apply to me and the third does. Here's to hoping, if I ever get married, the second one, which has a 50/50 chance statistically, does not apply to me.

Well the first MLT doesn't apply to me and the third does. Here's to hoping, if I ever get married, the second one, which has a 50/50 chance statistically, does not apply to me.

6 steps to better Pastels - How To - Artists & Illustrators - Original art for sale direct from the artist

6 steps to better Pastels - How To - Artists & Illustrators - Original art for sale direct from the artist

"As extroverted feelers (Aux Fe), INFJs are often mistaken to be extroverts due to their propensity and proficiency at empathizing with and elevating human beings. But make no mistake, INFJs are indeed introverts, in consequence of their dominant introverted intuition (Ni), and are in-fact energized in solitude, whilst exhausted in socializing."

"As extroverted feelers (Aux Fe), INFJs are often mistaken to be extroverts due to their propensity and proficiency at empathizing with and elevating human beings. But make no mistake, INFJs are indeed introverts, in consequence of their dominant introverted intuition (Ni), and are in-fact energized in solitude, whilst exhausted in socializing."

"Found in Nature” Turns Pollution into the Solution. Barry Rosenthal is a New York photographer who stumbled onto using trash as an artistic medium after years of shooting plants in nature and realizing there was so much garbage littering these areas.

"Found in Nature” Turns Pollution into the Solution. Barry Rosenthal is a New York photographer who stumbled onto using trash as an artistic medium after years of shooting plants in nature and realizing there was so much garbage littering these areas.

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