INFP Confession #810
I plan out dream scenarios in my head all the time, and the only reason why I want to stop is because reality is never half as good as the fantasy I spin up.
INFP Confession #625
I hate the fact that whenever someone wants to hang out I want to be alone and when I want to socialize no one is ever available.
INFP Confession #301
Everyone tells me that I should get a high-paying job. But I want a job that is fun to me, a job that is meaningful, one that gives me purpose in my work where I can be recognized and valued on my own merit. Even if it means I will not get paid a lot. High paying job means nothing if I’m miserable at my work.
I don’t see the world as black and white. I don’t see if a person is either good or bad. I see both sides to everyone. That’s why it is hard for me to stay mad at someone. I will always forgive them because I will look past their flaws.
The moment when you get the courage and you tell someone the deepest troubles and thoughts of your mind, and they reply with ‘Oh.’, and you slowly sink back into the habit of not letting any one see your always in turmoil inner self.(Submitted by yellowgiraffeys)
“My parents used to tell me I could do whatever I wanted as long as it was productive. They weren’t strict but they also did not want [my siblings and me] wasting our time. I play piano, I sing, I dance… I just don’t know how anyone could sit around and do nothing.”