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Representative INFJs

It can be reassuring somehow to know that there are other people like us in the world.  Thus the logic for this section, "Representative INFJs."  Unlike other websites that list everyone from Moses to Hitler as INFJs, we take great care and effort to demonstrate a high level of confidence about the examples of the INFJ pattern we provide you with.  For that reason, this section will grow S-L-O-W-L-Y as we develop materials that support our hunches and use the models we've introduced to corroborate and sustain our observations.

If you have the time and inclination, I highly recommending exploring the lives of other INFJs.  I know that reading about Eleanor Roosevelt was an inspirational experience for me, and helped me persevere during times when I felt discouraged.  I describe them briefly here.

Fictional characters are a different kettle of fish.  Personally, I get a little impatient with typing fictional characters -- I simply don't find them as useful or "sound" as real-life examples!  Fictional characters may possess Catalyst qualities one moment and Improviser qualities the next (any superheroes come to mind?).  Nevertheless, I know how much so many INFJs love literature and storytelling, so I am including a section on fictional INFJs for your pleasure -- also researched and validated as thoroughly as possible.  Use the menu to navigate through the different sections.

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