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The INFP Book: The Perks, Challenges, and Self-Discovery of an INFP The INFP Book: The Perks, Challenges, and Self-Discovery of an INFP by Catherine Chea
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“I often find that I can only go so long doing something that I'm not passionate about before I run dry and find myself in a ditch. For this reason, it is important that I have that space, that breather where my creativity and imagination can run wild and be expressed freely to preserve my mental well-being.”
Catherine Chea, The INFP Book: The Perks, Challenges, and Self-Discovery of an INFP
“When I get lonely these days, I think: So BE lonely, Liz. Learn your way around loneliness. Make a map of it. Sit with it, for once in your life. Welcome to the human experience. But never again use another person's body or emotions as a scratching post for your own unfulfilled yearnings.”― Elizabeth Gilbert”
Catherine Chea, The INFP Book: The Perks, Challenges, and Self-Discovery of an INFP
“I’d rather be alone, than to find myself in an unhealthy or stale relationship.”
Catherine Chea, The INFP Book: The Perks, Challenges, and Self-Discovery of an INFP
“You might feel deterred by those who seem to have found their way and have accomplished more. I remember feeling inadequate when I saw my peers succeeding in their competitive and specialized programs, such as business and engineering, while I was lost and floundering with an undecided major. However, I believe we're each creating our own unique pathway. I’ve discovered that I don't live fully when I follow someone else's pathway. On the other hand, when I focus on what I want in life, I get more out of it.”
Catherine Chea, The INFP Book: The Perks, Challenges, and Self-Discovery of an INFP
“But don't ever settle in life and stop pursuing your passions, as pursuing your passions fuels your energy and spirit.”
Catherine Chea, The INFP Book: The Perks, Challenges, and Self-Discovery of an INFP
“The perks of being an INFP empath is that we are the opposite of narcissists and sociopaths. INFPs, in general, are very spiritual and have profound compassion and an appreciation for nature, beauty, and all of those things that make life worth living.”
Catherine Chea, The INFP Book: The Perks, Challenges, and Self-Discovery of an INFP