The joy of missing out

I am an INFJ, a personality type according to the Myers-Briggs test which turns out to be quite rare (estimated 1% of the population). Personality types are not 100% science. But to me, learning that I was INFJ and key characteristics of INFJ made sense and explained a lot.

“I” stands for introverted. I love my alone time and I love being left alone. This one is from the INFJ Refuge group on Facebook.

About lolkin

Nomad of the Universe, nobody special, student of Ram Dass. I write about happiness, meaning and spirituality. Buddhist, mystic, bhakti. My book on Love Addiction is out on Amazon now.
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16 Responses to The joy of missing out

  1. beth says:

    while I truly love people, I have the ‘I’ factor as well, and recharge with alone time

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  2. Good stuff. I do think the test has its uses even if I suspect its possible to slew the results a bit with your answers. It’s puzzling – I do like people also but spend most of my time avoiding them.

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  3. SmilaZ says:

    A couple of hours after reading this, I sit at a friends local cafe-retaurant, open the local free newspaper, and see an article all in big letter over several pages, and the first words my eyes landed on was “… FOMO (=Fear Of Missing Out)” 🤔 slightly weird feeling, so now it made me comment!

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  4. SmilaZ says:

    And surely I’m curious about the test now😏

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