All humans are at least somewhat contradictory. It’s who we are. We have different wants at different times. We can be real difficult to pin down. And the INFJ is no different.
INFJ is a personality type defined by the Myers-Briggs personality classification.
It stands for Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Judging. Broadly, INFJs tend to be more insightful about others than most other types.
Myers-Briggs defines these people as those who seek meaning and connection in ideas and relationships, as well as material possessions.
But the INFJ in particular is very complex, which leads to some dualistic tendencies and contradicting traits that border on hypocritical at times.
We’ll break down these traits below.
1. They hate being here but they want to make it better
INFJ’s have a great deal of difficulty feeling like they belong and like where they are matters.