Written By Kirsten Moodie What It Means to Be an INFJ Female INFJs are known to be very rare individuals, who certainly stand out as different from the “norm”. Being an INFJ has its own unique set of strengths and struggles.
For INFJs, Se functions subconsciously and is constantly gathering copious amounts of sensory information from the environment. Meanwhile, their Ni is constantly working to process and synthesize this incoming data, like assembling pieces of a puzzle.
'They were trying to teach girls the particular patterns, pitfalls, and tasks involved in growing up with a mother who is both abandoning and imprisoning, needing her daughter emotionally but rejecting and devaluing her at the same time.