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The INFP Book by Catherine Chea
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Chea is very self-aware, and provides down to earth, real-life examples of the manifestations of her INFP personality, many of which were very relatable. There were quite a number of aha moments, as I saw myself reflected in her personal experiences, thoughts, motivations and behaviour. It was certainly reassuring to know I'm not the only person who thinks and feels in ways detailed in this book. There was a good focus on building self-esteem, because Chia is correct in thinking that INFPs often feel normal aspects of their personality are unacceptable, or even pathological. Overall a worthwhile read, although a little self-absorbed and tedious at parts. In particular, I would have liked to see Chea move beyond her own personal experiences, to include the experiences of other INFPs, which would've made for a broader, more comprehensive, informative and interesting read.
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