Extroverted Thinking (Te) in INFPs

Welcome back to the INFP Cognitive Functions series here on the blog, where we discuss the role of each cognitive process in the INFP personality. Today we'll be focusing on Extroverted Thinking (Te), the inferior function of the INFP: what it is, how it can be developed to help personal growth, and the inferior 'grip'. What is [...]

Introverted Sensing (Si) in INFPs

Welcome back to the INFP Cognitive Functions series here on the blog, where we discuss the role of each cognitive process in the INFP personality. Today we'll be focusing on Introverted Sensing (Si), the tertiary function of the INFP: what it is, healthy use of Si to aid personal growth, and its unhealthy use (i.e. the Fi-Si [...]

Extroverted Intuition (Ne) in INFPs

Extraverted Intuition (Ne) can be defined as seeing possibilities, making connections and seeking to understand the external world in a symbolic, abstract way. For INFPs, developing our auxiliary function of Ne can be a key for greater freedom, creative expression and meaningful personal development. By complementing our sophisticated, internal value system with a well-rounded intuitive [...]

Introverted Feeling (Fi) in INFPs

Welcome to the first of a new series here on INFP Insights, where we'll be discussing each cognitive function of the INFP personality type and how it plays a role in everyday life. Hopefully this will be helpful to anyone new to MBTI or Jungian cognitive function theory, or if you're just wanting to learn [...]