How Myers-Briggs INFJ Scores Can Change

The Myers-Briggs scores of INFJs can change over the years, sometimes dramatically.
Source: Your Secret Self

5 replies
  1. Lilly
    Lilly says:

    I wish I’d known about this when I was younger, or even better, that someone had told my family! It has been really rough growing up with parents who have managed to block my development at every turn due to their misunderstanding (and insistance that I do things their way), and even though I’m an adult now I still feel like I haven’t been able to go through those developmental stages properly. At least I can look at this now and perhaps use it to fill in some gaps. Thank you for the great articles.

  2. Sharon
    Sharon says:

    I am a 32 year old INFJ female. My life was not like this at all. I always wondered what things in my life made me the person I am today and thats why I was interested in this article. Maybe it hasn’t been studied enough. I feel disappointed.

  3. Lucy
    Lucy says:

    It’s nice to learn this!
    I’m a junior in high school and have been getting into new things and learning to enjoy others after a long childhood of crying at my own birthday party and hanging out in my own world with one other friend at a time.
    I’m hoping to be able to find a career that I can enjoy…but I still have no idea (or rather too many ideas)
    I have truly and thoroughly enjoyed your blogs!
    If I may ask, are you an INFP as well?
    Thank you!

    • beaconadmin
      beaconadmin says:

      I like your enthusiasm! It’s nice to hear that you have many possibilities in the career department. Never foreclose on your options. You may be surprised that, in one way or another, you can use them all. I was good at three things when I graduated from high school: writing, art and music. I became a professional editor and writer in my twenties, and I used my art in graphic design. Briefly, I made an income from being a musician, but eventually I played instruments only for fun.
      I foresee a bright future for you!

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