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Hi everyone! First of all, I am SO glad to find a community of people who understand!!! Especially lately, I have been feeling frustrated about not feeling "seen" or understood.
I am currently living with my fiancé in Georgia (US), teaching high school English, and walking a path to deepen my understanding of myself and how I fit into the world as an HSP/INFJ. Also trying to figure out if the chapter of my life as a classroom teacher is coming to an end.
Favorite books? Only 3? Whew! The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah, Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn, and Les Miserables by Victor Hugo.
Hello to everyone, I am English by birth but living in Spain as of thirty years. I could say that my own books were amongst my favourite books but there are two books in particular that have stayed ingrained in my mind ever since I read them. One was The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, wow! How I loved that one as a child. I was in love with the idea of other lands! In teenage years it was The Lord of the Rings that I fell in love with, a truly beautiful piece of writing. Both have influenced my character traits I know. The Harry Potter series have been my adult return to the beautiful world of grand writing of other lands! I sit on the sidelines of life, not working at all. My job has become my partner and acting the roles that he requires me to play. Rapunzel, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty.
Menopause has seen this Sleeping Beauty wake from what seems like a quarter of a century hibernation and wonder how this has happened! I am trying to find the way to my future, wherever that may lie!
Well, I adopted this little gal 9 years ago from a local animal shelter. I wondered for years what kinds of breeds were in her genetic background. Last month, she finally had her doggy-DNA test…
She is 1/3 chihuahua, about 1/5 Australian Cattle dog, 2/5 guard dog breeds like Rottweiler, Pitbull; and mini poodle and Pekingese. It was fun finding out her ancestry!
nice to meet you, my dear fellows. 🤗
I'm Enikő Kulcsár from Eastern Europe, Hungary 🌍🇭🇺.
I've just moved to the capital city (Budapest)🌃 to find a job as a UX Researcher/UX Designer 💻📱🗣️💡🎨. I am still learning the trade with online courses on IxDF.
I have 2 bunnies 🐰🐇, they are my "furry children". 😍
I enjoy listening to music 🎼, singing 🎤(only under the shower, haha! 😂🛁), reading 📖, eating 🍽️, doing some sports ⛸️. Furthurmore, I love to travel ✈️, to learn a new language 🔤 or design/psychology/scientific oriented staffs 🔬. Actually I am always open to learn something new.😁 I'm curious, if:
Do you also like to learn always something new?
Only 3 books? It is a challenge..😁
Csaba Braskó: Attitude development
Éva Szlafkai: Live creatively!
Dr.Berry K.Weinhold - Dr. Jane B. Weinhold: Breaking Free of the Co-Dependency Trap
Thank you being here, I appreciate it.
Have a nice day! 🌞
Hello! I'm Axelle, a 27y.o. French woman. Currently working in a shop but really aiming to be an English audiovisual translator. Love watching shows on my laptop and listening to music from around the world. Not a big reader but On The Road by Jack Kerouac and Les Misérables by Victor Hugo are my two favorite books. More generally, I appreciate the works from the Beat Generation. Dreaming of going on a tour of American places recounting the history of African-American music (New Orleans especially) and visiting Melbourne.
Hello, I'm from Malaysia, 21 years old and currently pursuing degree in financial management and banking. tbh I don't read book, but maybe a comic or a manga yes I'm into it hehehe :''))) am INFJ with 91% introvert, nice to meet you all >.< >.<
Hi! I live in Georgia, US, the peach state where the weather is fantastic but peaches are rarely very good. 🍑🤣 I’m a writer, a certified coach & AFT practitioner, and a mom of 3 kids. I recently wrote a book for highly sensitive people & empaths. My favorite books are The Body Keeps the Score, The Lonesome Gods, & The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, & the Horse. That was hard to narrow down. 😅📚 Nice to meet you all. 🤗
i'm an infj artist living in obscurity in the pacific northwest wonderland, my name's bren, but i've been known online for many years now as ghost, perhaps due to my 'friendlyghost' personality, or my interest in photographing old cemeteries & trees..
for over 20 years i've hosted gumbyland, a site devoted to vintage kids who love & collect gumby <3
there's also an elaborate gallery of all my art & installations with music for anyone interested (sorry phones won't play the sound, only laptops/pcs)
i have 2 blogs where i post regularly, the lost & found toy blog is in its 10th year of daily posts, & the ghost blog where i ruminate over all things dark & psychological.. (all are welcome to visit ~ links are in my profile)
i use to run a support forum years ago called psychconnection..
i'm a nature lover & mother of cats, into rpg gaming & vintage books..
my favorite books are alice in wonderland, anything tolkien or poe..
although i am constantly expressing myself creatively, i have yet to begin to feel understood.. lol i am hoping other infjs can relate?
My name's Audrey. I'm from Nigeria.
I work for a construction firm in administration.
I've had great interest in psychology and understanding people before I learnt about MBTI and being an INFJ.
I love deep, soulful conversations, ambient music, meditation, and literary works of fiction.
My three favorite books are:
Ben Hur by Lew Wallace
The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis (know it's a series but I'll just put it as one here)
Beyond Pardon by Bertha M. Clay