Top 5 Musical Artists for INFPs
1. Bastille- because their songs are always weaving ideas together. Picking up hidden meanings and interpreting situations. Dan smith could take two seemingly unrelated topics and bring them together- just like our mind (Extroverted intuition)
Song you should definitely listen to: Oblivion
I used to think I couldn’t go a day without your smile. Without telling you things and hearing your voice back.
Then, that day arrived and it was so damn hard but the next was harder. And I knew with a sinking feeling it was going to get worse and I wasn’t going to be okay for a very long time.
Because losing someone isn’t an occasaion or an event. It doesn’t just happen once. It happens over and over again. I lose you every time I pick up your favourite coffee mug; whenever that one song plays on the radio, or when I discover your old t-shirt at the bottom of my laundry pile.
I lose you every time I think of kissing you, holding you or wanting you. I go to bed at night and lose you, when I wish I could tell you about my day. And in the morning, when I wake and reach for the empty space across the sheets, I begin to lose you all over again
hi infps here is a reminder to maybe think about how you might reply to those texts and emails sitting in your inbox later today or maybe tomorrow but no pressure take care of yourselves friends i love you
How NOT to treat an INFP
- I swore I'd never do one of these but what the fuck, here goes:
- Don't: be fake with them. INFP personalities are most comfortable when they know people, so that they can get along with others more easily without getting anxious about stepping on toes. If you tend to hide your feelings, don't be surprised if your INFP friend stops talking to you. They just don't know how to read you, and won't try at the risk of pissing you off.
- Don't: assume you know them, and don't tell them shit about themselves unless they ask you. Nobody knows an INFP better than they know themself. Chances are whatever amateur psychoanalysis you have to offer them is something they've already figured out about themselves time and time again.
- Don't: ignore them if you're mad. Again, INFP personalities are most comfortable when they know people. They can read people well, but don't like to just assume they know what's wrong because they will assume the worst possibilities. Open, honest communication is always essential.
- Don't: guilt them into talking to you or going out. INFP are introverts by definition and they will communicate/go out on their terms. As well, they are sensitive to their friends' desires as they are people pleasers, and exploiting this is manipulation that they will see right through. Pushing will make them uncomfortable and they may stop talking to you altogether.
- Don't: tell them their goals are unrealistic. INFP are idealists by definition and no matter how unrealistic their goals may seem to even them, a bigger part of them still believes it's possible. Telling them otherwise will not help them "wise up," it will only cause them to sort you into a box labeled "people who have no faith in me."