Hi there!🙃

My name is Cătălina and I am an INFP – 🧐personality type comprising only 4% of the population. That’s both lovely and messed-up.

We’re built on contradictions. We’re the sensitive ones, but fierce enough to defend passionately everything we believe in. We’re quiet – with so many things to say. We love conversations, but only if they’re meaningful. Once given, our friendship will last forever, but we don’t like getting in touch.

We get lonely sometimes, but solitude is so beautiful, isn’t it?

Having an INFP personality type is a blessing


We know ourselves –  All that time spent alone unlocks a deep inner sense. We know exactly what we need and when we need it. How amazing is that? I bet there are so many people in the world who would give anything to be as aware of their emotions as we are.

Creative sense

How many of your feelings have been left unspoken?  I believe that not only INFPs, but introverts, in general, have a unique way of depicting their feelings – especially when the right words have not been invented yet.  The whole world needs your contribution! Start with me.  I’d absolutely love to read your soulful poems,  watch your touching video, stare at (and adore) the painting you took hours to complete, but never shared it online.


Before writing this, I’ve read articles and watched INFP-related videos. Most artists mentioned “purity” as a  defining word. I don’t mean to sound big-headed, but I also consider innocence to be one of our traits. I feel we’re old souls with a childish side. Most people leave their imaginary kingdoms growing up. However, we choose to stay. It’s like seeing the world… through a kaleidoscope.

Good intentions only

We understand the weight of words. That’s the reason why we choose them carefully. We’d hate to hurt or disappoint… basically anyone. We also don’t like feeling like a burden to the rest of the world. So we just deal with our little, swirling chaos. Feel free to label it yourself, but to me, that’s respect and power. We don’t ask for advice. We do what we gotta do. In our own way. 


Nothing on Earth could ever interrupt an INFP at work when fueled by passion. And THAT’S what we’re really good at. Take the example of famous INFPs: William Shakespeare, Virginia Woolf, J. R. R. Tolkien, Vincent Van Gogh. Whenever I feel I’m being “too myself” to succeed in life, I think of those who did it – on a big scale.

I hope I could convince you that being an INFP is not what you think it is during your darkest nights. It’s chaotic and beautiful. It’s messy and magical. It’s exactly what you make out of it.

If you’d like to read more about the INFP personality type, here’s the link: https://www.16personalities.com/infp-personality

What’s the best thing about being yourself? Let me know in the comments below. Share the love.💙

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