This is a discussion on 30+ INFPs: Your Advice to Younger INFPs? within the INFP Forum - The Idealists forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by gestalt Don't Vaccinate. Fuck it. For the love of God, VACCINATE!!!! (I know I'm not 30+ y/o, ...
I would say at age six in my case
Always vet people out before you let them in your life, find out if they are what they present.
Don't listen to the lie that you HAVE to have a romantic relationship in order to be 'someone', it's a lot harder for us to put ourselves back together after loving the wrong person. Being without a partner is totally doable, and better than being hurt. And good healthy friends will keep you afloat through all of it. Treasure them.
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Just pay attention to what everyone else is doing.
... and do the opposite.
I'm 27 and I don't have a type so... close enough.
Some of the archetypal INFP complaints seem to be sadness about social isolation and unmet needs regarding being validated and understood by others. If I were going to tell a young INFP anything, it would be that you have to give what you want to get. If you want it the most, then give it the most, genuinely. There's no guarantee that you'll get it in return, but you're at least more likely to this way. Even if you don't, someone does, and ultimately that makes the world a better place.
In addition, the deeper you feel, the lighter you must walk to balance it all out.
Try to remember, that life aint always going to be great, and tomorrow could be the best day of your life. Don't give in to fear.
A big one is to make efforts to change your environment to what you want.
I'm late 20's not 30 but I would still say.. even if you don't like to be social try and force yourself to do it once in awhile and practice talking to people... you don't want to end up alone and unable to talk to people like I did. Also don't neglect your health, eat natural food and avoid fast food and food high in sugar.. you will feel better... and if you believe in something don't let other people talk you out of it