Thanks, this confirmed my type. I'm a 3w4 INFJ! I'm in second year at university now. Finishing school, moving out and getting into a good university was a really big goal for me and I was really driven in my planning, which payed off since I got into a good university that I'm really happy with. However, now I'm sometimes apathetic, melancholic or depressed. In those moments it just seems like such a long way to go to achieve my other bigger goals - like graduating from uni, getting a dream job, starting a family etc. I don't seem to see the sense in working towards smaller goals when I don't see how it fits into my bigger plan. I like to plan ahead and think about the future a lot. I already have the next few years planned out in my head (what to study for my Master's and where, what jobs I would consider when I'm done with university, where I would like to live if I had a family, how many children I would want to have, and what would be possible names for them and just generally what kind of a person I would want to be.) But I find that thinking about the future and everything that could go wrong and what alternatives I should consider, can become really tiring if there are no results, that push me this or that way on my map of success. That all the little achievements tie into my big goals is something I theoretically know, but cannot believe with my heart. The relation between speaking up in class or doing some extra studying and eventually graduating with a good mark does not seem as closely related to me as it really is. Or that it's better if I decide to work out instead of sitting on the couch most of the day. Or that if I manage to get rid of bad habits and work on such things as being a good friend etc. I will eventually be more like the person I actually want to be. I don't feel like this all the time, but these feelings keep returning regularily and make me far too passive in my own life. At those times I really have to try hard to remind myself of my hopes, wishes and values.