About Me

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Hello. Thank you for visiting my blog.

I am a writer, a fabulist. I am mad, like everyone else around here. And I am alive, which is very wonderful, even when it is not, which it normally is.

I identify with the Myer-Briggs INFP Personality, and write many posts on all that comes with being a sensitive, introverted, empathetic, strange, odd, idealistic, imaginative and lonely creature – as well as any other bubbles of thought that trail past my nose when I wake up in the morning.

Thank you for reading my posts, and I hope that you spend your days engaged in activities that fulfill you, enjoy being conscious, work desperately hard to make your dreams come true, and are always kind to whoever you meet, because the world has a deficit of kindness and, deep down, we’re all scared and lonely. Every drop of warmth helps.

It’s odd, being alive, isn’t it? It can’t decide if it’s awful or lovely or a mixture of both or neither, but it’s certainly odd. Very, very odd.

Love,

Dreamerrambling

PS: Here is a book I wrote for INFPs.

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79 thoughts on “About Me

    • Hello fellow infp 🙂 Thank you for your kind comment. Hope to see you around 🙂 I’m so glad to find other people like me on the internet. We can be so misunderstood and misconstrued sometimes!

    • Hi Anna 🙂 Thanks for commenting. INFP stands for introversion, intuitive, feeling and perceiving. It is basically a personality type. There are many different letter combinations. You can find out yours by taking the myer Briggs personality test: http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/jtypes2.asp I know there are quite a few questions but just try and go through them without thinking too hard about your answer. Trust your instinct. I’d love to know your personality type!

      • Years ago I took a real Myers Briggs at the workplace and was the only INFP in the room (except for the person giving the test). I just took this one and Your Type
        INFP
        Introvert(100%) iNtuitive(50%) Feeling(75%) Perceiving(67%)
        You have strong preference of Introversion over Extraversion (100%)
        You have moderate preference of Intuition over Sensing (50%)
        You have distinctive preference of Feeling over Thinking (75%)
        You have distinctive preference of Perceiving over Judging (67%)

        Some things dont change. I think this link though is probably pretty right on

  1. Yep another INFP here I took a personality test, (few months ago), two times to be sure and it turns out I’m a truly INFP. This result help me to understand myself better because of the way I am as a person and how I think, I thought that I was a weirdo lol. It’s nice to know there are others like me.

    • It’s wonderful to not be alone. I cried when I read the Personality Page for INFPs because I’d felt like a complete freak all my life. Needless to say, I have been on many INFP internet binges 🙂 Thanks for commenting and I wish you all the best. Remember, there is much madness is divinest sense…I think that’s how it goes? I love Emily Dickinson, I swear she was an INFP.

  2. I’m also INFP. One of your links was listed on my FB INFP group. I’m so glad to have found you. It’s such a huge comfort to have the way I feel put into words. I’m so grateful you’re out there! I never fit in anywhere I go. We moved a few years back and I really tried to change that and reach out, but same old story. Back into my shell I go now…

    • Don’t worry. I love my shell as well. I’m so glad you found me too, because it makes me so happy knowing that there are others out there like me and that my blog is helping people in some way. It feels amazing to help people through my words, no matter how small the assistance. I feel like crying with happiness at the thought of it sometimes. Anyway. Thanks for your lovely words, they have brightened my day as well. *hugs* Know that you are not alone. I thought I was, until I went on the internet and started this blog. Please, let that thought flare quietly inside your soul and keep your spirits up as you go about your life.

  3. I’m an INFJ, but we sound soo similar dreamerrambling! I am such a romantic idealist and very introverted. I also like to write in my spare time, make art, and daydream constantly! 🙂 I look forward to following your blog since we sound like kindred spirits! Best of luck with your writing goals!

    • Thank you! And I’m not surprised. Many INFJs and INFPs are remarkably similar. You’re probably just a bit more orderly than I am. I’m sure you are a kindred spirit! You can’t imagine how lovely it is that you commented and said these things. Good luck with your writing goals too. Don’t stop dreaming. Ever.

  4. Wow. I am an INFP too and i am reading your stuff and I totally relate to a lot of it. I am an INFP who gets criticized for being too sensitve. As a male that has its own unique challenges. I am going to keep ready this. You inspire me. I have often felt like an empath but the older I get the more jaded I have become.

    • Oh no! You almost made me cry with happiness. All I can say is, I UNDERSTAND HOW YOU FEEL OMIGOSH. I understand, completely, how you must feel. And in our society, it is harder to feel the way you do being male and that is simply a plain fact. Please, don’t become too cynical or jaded. No matter how horrible the outside world is, you have control over whether it taints your inner world.

      I understand. So, so much. I can’t express this enough.

      • Thank you. I will try my best to stay an idealist. You are right. I cant control the outside world

  5. Hi!
    ((sorry i cant speak english very well, i’m very good at understanding it (sometimes the voice in my head speaks in english…dont know why, its weird, its not my native language) but its really hard for me to write and i’m afraid of writing mistakes. I’m still learning it))

     I’ve found your blog a couple of days ago. Now i cant stop comming here. I feel like if i stay more than 24 hours  without reading something from here, even if i read the same post more than five  times, reality will eat me and i will explode or something worse. This is the only place where i can feel understood… Its like my sanctuary (i dont know if im exaggerating or not). Its the only place on earth where i can read things by other people who think and feel like me.

    This blog has helped me so much…

    I though i was just a supidly dreamy weird girl…

    My view of life and the world and of myself has changed in few months. I started accepting myself as i am and it has been really hard to do it as i am so different from all the other people and they dont seem to see things as i see and they tend to be so superficial and “normal”‘  people that care about superficialities and dont even think about the important things and are completely ok with this society and reality and other stuff that dont match with me. Nobody understand me. literally. (and its impossible for one person to really understand another person because of reasons that you know)
    My thoughts are different. My feelings are different. My views are different. My priorities are different…  Its so different… I’m so different from the other people… 
    I’ve found some things that helped me to find answers to the mysteries of my weirdness.
    I found i was an infp, and one of those extreme introverts (93%!!!!?) and, because life always finds a way of throwing strange unusual things on me, i found i was an Highly.Sensitive.Person. 

    I’m so different…
    But i know i’m not the only one. Thanks to this blog now  i know there are people in a identic situation. (i also accepted perfectly the message from the post “born alone, die alone” so i dont need to explain it, the post couldnt come in a better time) 
    There are other dreamers like me, but nobody will never understand me perfectly the way i understamd me. I’m unique, just like everyone else and i cant see the world the exactly way as they, and they cant see it throug my eyes. We’re all lonely unique. But most of the poeple will never get to this conclusion. I’m glad i am this way and i can understand this things and worry about this existential stuff. I know i’m gifted. I wouldnt trade these high sensitivity and infp mind for anything.

    Now i have accepted my traits and accepted to live with them. By my very own way. 
    Its hard as hell i dont know why i had to be so freaking introvert and so sensitive but i would like to be dofferent. I just wanted people to stop making me feel bad because of things that i born with and cant be changed, even if i wanted to. Being this way allows me to have richer things (sorry i’m tired this is a long writing and i dont thing you need explanations of what i mean).

    I accepted it. 
    I live it.
    My body is reacting to these words as i type them.

    I accepted it. And it feels good. I’m free… So free…

     but now everything has changed. Now i have that feeling (i dont know how to describe it, its that feeling of “being me” and “accepting myself” and being free. You dreamers know.

    I’m infp, HSP, and very introvert. 

    But above this letters i’m a DREAMER. And when i say dreamer i dont mean just “dreamer” I really mean DREAMER* 
    I think you other dreamers know what i’m talking about… And when i say i understand i’m not just saying i understand…
    (and it dont know if  only INFPs can be this kind of dreamers, i use this word in a very own way)

    (wow its easy to write complicated thought here because  i dont have to explain it, you understand it and its everything exlpained beautifully by dreamerrambling)

    And above being a dreamer i am myself. And it feels great. Really really great.

    sorry for this long comment but i had to say it and its the perfect  place to share my feelings. And sorry for mistakes and bad and confusing writing, i’m still learning english im only 14 and i’m very tired.

    Thank you and to all the people reading this for your time and for your blog.

    • Hi. Your comment touched me deeply. But instead of waffling on about how happy it makes me feel, to know that I’m helping other dreamers around the world in my own small way, I just want to say this. You are not alone. I’m know this is a hackneyed statement, but I know, being an INFP, HSP and extreme introvert myself, EXACTLY how you feel. When you feel hurt, when your soul cries out in pain, when you feel lonely, just know that there is another dreamer in the world who knows EXACTLY how you feel. I understand. I understand. I understand. And I will continue to be here, for you, and other dreamers, and beautiful readers around the world, to share my words. I love you all, truly, deeply, as a dreamer, an introvert, and most of all, fellow human being.

      • :’) 
        Owwwwwwn
        Thank youuuuu
        thank you so much for understanding me and my so bad written and full of grammar mistakes comment.
        Thank youuuuuuu

        Thank you           :’)

  6. Hi! I am also a HSP INFP. I am very introverted, and I feel often misunderstood by others. I think that it is very hard to be a dreamer (or a permanent thinker), but I know that this is also a gift. I am a teenager and now I start to understand why i always felt that I am a “stranger” or an “outcast”. Thank you for your help!
    P.S. Sorry for my bad English.

    • Welcome to the club 🙂 I hope you feel less alone, and realize that it’s okay to be a little strange. It’s the way you are. And you have your own set of gifts that the world needs and would be the better for having. I wish you all the best, fellow INFP 🙂

  7. Hello dearest,

    I came upon your blog by accident, and I am awed, amused, heartened, and inspired. You remind me a lot of myself and my old writing, except more eloquent, of course. 😛 It gives me hope that I am not alone in my emotional self-sabotage, or in my criminal creativity. Perhaps I’ve only learned how to brand myself as someone “average,” but in my heart I am always a faraway dreamer, and I’ve never really outgrown my “introverted” overcoat. Thank you for your lovely words, your images, your musings.

    Sincerely,

    Margarita

    • Thank you Margarita! For your beautiful, beautiful comment. It always makes me so happy to find other dreamers – you know how lonely it can get. If you don’t mind me asking, are you at the age where you are working yet? I’m always out to find information on careers for introverted, creative dreamers. It’s rather hard for us to survive in this capitalist world. Lots of love. 🙂

      • Hi, Anne. You never responded or posted my last message. I’ve received your messages to other people in my email (apparently I was subscribed) and it reminded me of this, so I felt compelled to write again. I hope it wasn’t anything I said that dissuaded you! I was hoping we could correspond more privately, such as via email. Mine is mskuperman@gmail.com. I know how difficult it can be as an introvert with social follow-ups, but I encourage you to write back. It’s hard enough for me to find people of my nature. In our conversation you asked me if I’m working and I said I was an entertainer — something that’d seem surprising for my ‘type.’ But it is because I am an actor/performer that I’m able to pull through with it; otherwise it is awful and draining. I feel we have much to discuss and teach each other. Publicly I appear rather extroverted (at least at times), but I still fold under pressure and often feel like a shrinking violet amongst bold sunflowers, even when I’m wearing vibrant, decorative outfits and tall shoes; even when I’m chatting up strangers and dancing merrily upon a stage. I’ve worked very hard to socialize myself so I know that introversion doesn’t always have to feel like a curse, and sensitivity can be something managed. In any case, I am a decent example of an INFP who thrives in the ‘real world,’ albeit I have to take frequent breaks. My job isn’t that creative because I work in nightclubs. I was mildly under the impression that you were judging me by what I said. I hope I was wrong. Talk to you soon! Margarita

      • Oh, I’m so sorry! I don’t ever recall reading your last message. I must have missed it. I’m so terribly sorry. And I would never judge anyone for their occupation, never. It’s a personal choice. Unless you killed people or harmed anyone for money, I honestly don’t mind what people have as a job. That’s really interesting, though. I’d be terrified of performing in front of other people. I can’t talk right now as I’m in the middle of exams, but please remind me in a few months and I’d love to chat with you. Sorry for any misunderstandings. I’m so sorry.

  8. I just came across your blog today, and was surprised to find it because I thought I had discovered every INFP blog/discussion thread out there. I’ve spent the past few hours reading your posts and I am absolutely mind blown at how spot on everything you write is. You’ve had me in tears several times because I felt understood and not so damn alone. I’m 17, so we’re close in age, and I would love it if you could send me an email whenever you get a chance, because I’d really like the chance to get to know you, you seem like an incredible person who just gets it.

    • Hi Joy! I’m a little too busy with life at the moment to contact anyone – I feel terrible, but I’m sure you’ll understand. In the meantime, feel free to comment as much as you like. I reply to every comment, and though they are not as good as emails, at the very least we can communicate with one another. I hope you are well. 🙂 ❤

  9. Hey I noticed that you post a lot of things about imagination that I relate to. I’ve actually had a story idea about imagination for years, but its never really stuck to me the way others do (yet I can’t ditch it because it is one of my best ideas). I kinda feel like it needs to be written with an INFP-ish style. You have a different style than us Fe/Ti users 😛 I also haven’t done much with it, so I promise I haven’t taken away all (or even most) of the creative stuff. Just came up with a concept, more or less.

    Would you like to hear it and discuss collaboration on it if you’re interested? If so, we should exchange email addresses.

    • Sure! Though I’m do not have a great deal of time at the moment, so I apologise in advance for the sporadic replies. I wish I could email and talk with everyone who reads my blog and become close friends with EVERYONE, but unfortunately that would be a full-time endeavor. I wish there was a job that involved talking to and counseling other INFPs!

      • Do you want to do the story? I’m not asking to be chummy – I’m an INTP 😛 I have few feels and I don’t like keeping in touch any more than you do. My Fe is around the same location as yours. I just need someone to help me with a story that isn’t my style. Basically, an IFP story. It’s too cool to throw away, but I can’t sit down and work on it because it isn’t a puzzle. It’s just something that came to me all at once. But it would utilize an imagination during the actual writing process. It’s hard to explain, but it is basically a plot shell, and the details aren’t filled in. You would need the summary for me to explain more and I don’t really want that out here, but basically since are both trying to get our feet in the door with writing, why not co-author something?

        If you aren’t interested, that’s okay. I won’t be offended. If you want to hear the story and decide you don’t want to, then that’s also ok. I’m pretty sure INPs don’t like working on projects that aren’t our own (but there’s still plenty to own in this story if you want to try). But yeah, I won’t be upset if you don’t want to. I just want to know if you’re interested.

      • Hi Meredith, I’m so, so sorry. I forgot. I don’t have an excuse. It’s my fault. I would love to do the story. I sent you can email just now. Hope you receive it!

      • Sorry I hope I’m not irritating you at this point! I just wanted to let you know I should have sent you an email with the story idea about a week ago. I hadn’t received a reply. I feel bad contacting you here though.

  10. Good morning. It seems that you have created one of the most magnificent “about” pages that I have come across. It also seems that you have a large number of kindred spirits finding their way to your site. I’ll be joining them. Thanks for sharing.

  11. Hi,
    I came across your blog because I took the Meyer Briggs test and was looking for info on INFP. You are a very expressive writer and I appreciate your sharing so much. wish I could give you a hug and cradle you in a soft aether of security so you’d feel snuggled by the world as thanks.
    It is very easy to feel too much so you want to leave. May you live long and prosper having many wonderful experiences every day and comfort from all corners so life stays fresh and meaningful and satisfying. Much Love to you!!

  12. Hi. I just recently discovered your blog and I have to say that I relate to almost every entry as though I had written it myself. I am an infp too. It gives me great joy and comfort to know that people out there see the world as I do and feel as I do. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and ideas and allowing us to stare into your soul and recognise ourselves.
    xx

  13. I recently found out I’m an INFP and then found your blogs. All my life I have felt ‘different’ as though I don’t belong with these people. I’ve always had social anxiety but I try to not let that stop me from doing the things I want. I just wanted to say that your blogs really inspire me and I’m grateful that I found them and you. I feel as though I’ve finally found someone who understands me. You understand. For that I would like to say thank you 🙂

    • You are very welcome. I’m overjoyed that I’ve helped you in some way, no matter how little. Us dreamers need to band together, don’t you think? And I suffer from social anxiety too. It can be difficult, but we can work through it. One thing that I’ve found helpful is to be myself, to act and remain true to my introspective nature, without sheathing it in any false extroversion. That increases your stamina in social situations – at least, that’s what I’ve found in my experience. You don’t need to be bubbly like everyone else. You can talk slower, and at a lower energy level, than others.

  14. Stumbled on your blog in a google search combining “INFP” and “HSP”. I am both, and have just recently discovered HSP. You are further along in your journey, but as a fellow writer (who is just starting his own blog too), I’d welcome the chance to bounce an idea off you, or vice versa. My email address is j.sparkes@yahoo.com. In any case, great to stumble on your blog and I’ll be your newest follower.

    • Thank you. It’s such a revelation, isn’t it? It explains so much. I’m not able to reply to any emails at the moment, but feel free to write anything or any ideas to me through this blog.

  15. I completely understand about email. Happy to leave a thought here on occasion.

    Such a revelation, yes! It pretty much goes without saying that anyone who identifies as a HSP had to go through some process which led them there. I’ve gotten there recently, as I mentioned in my first comment, and am in the process of discovering so many things about myself. One thing I think is worth thinking about is what you gain from the journey itself. My own journey (like many HSP’s) has involved coming to terms with my childhood/past, understanding it with the new context of being someone wired as highly sensitive. And I wonder if my life had been different, with a setting perfect for nurturing and growing a sensitive person, what would have been missing that I might possibly now be gaining through this discovery of my not-so-nuturing past and my perfectly fine sensitive self?

    I think think there would be a trade-off. A different childhood might have better prepared me for live in my twenties. However I likely wouldn’t have had the questions that led me to understand myself as well as I do in my thirties. And as I continue to learn more about how I function, and how people operate in general, I think this adventure is setting up my future years for more/deeper happiness as well.

    One thing is for sure. The “splintering joy and crushing despair” you referred to in your 11/7/14 entry….that will continue. But by understanding these things better, we understand ourselves better. And when we understand ourselves, we are in a better position to accept and embrace ourselves. And when we accept and embrace ourselves, we become happier, healthier people. And when we become happier, healthier people, it also enriches the lives of others and makes the world a better place.

  16. Hello there, fellow INFP. I’ve read two of your posts and you are the most beautiful writer I have ever come in contact with. However, I may be biased by your writing style because our personalities are so aligned. I came across the Myers Briggs personality test a year ago and have not stopped obsessing ever since. I too had the ultimate realization that maybe I wasn’t the only freak in this world after I read about my personality. It feels so comforting to know there are others in the world like me. I had always felt that my thoughts were too intense, my hopes were too high and my optimism was too overwhelming for others. Yet I have learned that this is the very part of me that makes me beautiful and I feel blessed to have the ability to see so much goodness in the world and feel things so deeply. I can tell by your writing you have insecurities but you are extremely proud of who you are and are not afraid to let your freak flag fly. In fact, you kind of enjoy being different. Me too. You know your worth, you know you are wise and you are able to look at the grand scheme of things. I probably just described myself while trying to understand you. But isn’t that what humans are? We do not see things as they are. We see things as we are. Anyway, I will definitely be here reading your mesmerizing blog regularly and am excited to relate to them because I know already I will. Keep being unique wonderful you!

  17. Btw, I didn’t mean to bash INFPs by implying that we are freaks. I just meant sometimes I sometimes feel alone in this world. Also sometimes people just don’t understand out dreamy and idealistic worlds.

    • No problem at all. I felt a kindred spirit the moment I read your comments. I know exactly how it feels like to have grammatical insecurities and obsess over everything I write or send and daydream about love, and so on and so forth. I love you and I hope you have a wonderful, happy day. There is more that I could say, but I am sure we understand each other perfectly already. ❤

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  19. Just want to say that I enjoy your blog. I am a 46 year-old female and I am an INFP. I still have not figured out what I want to do with my life. I know I have a huge desire to help others but that’s as far as it goes. I don’t know in what way I should help or what I would be best at doing. It doesn’t help when you have low self-esteem and you think you are going to fail at everything you try. I want to be really good at whatever I do. Not just mediocre. Anyway, I just wanted to let you know that I am enjoying your posts and I can relate to everything you talk about. I hope you continue writing.

    • Thank you. I’m so glad. I won’t stop writing until the day I breathe my last breath. Take care. I know the struggle. Thank you for reading my words, and for taking the time to reach out. ❤

  20. I started reading your blog a while ago and got very involved with working with children from DV experiences so haven’t visited it for a while. I have forgotten how inspiring reading your blog and the replies of others who seem to know me so well.
    Your writing touches upon my inner soul. You use words and express your self how I would like to. I am creative and dabble in writing but visuals I am more in tune with. How old are you? You write with so much wisdom, so much empathy and touch upon the strings that make INFP’s tick. I wish I had found something like this when I was younger. It would have help a troubled soul who thought there was no one else like me in the world. However we are all the makeup of our experiences and at present I would not want to change that. Finding a niche where we can release our passion, it is out there somewhere.
    For all you young INFP’s I think as you get older you will embrace your uniqueness to see the world through our eyes. I have grown to accept me and now am fortunate to find another Infp at work who just gets me. I don’t have to explain and we often think in the same way.

    A blog like this makes it so much easier to be able meet up with similar minds I grew up as a child without the net. Oh the joy of technology –
    I look forward to further blog reading. How old are you??

    • You’re very welcome, darling! You sound like such a lovely and sweet person, just from your words. I am 19 years old, turning 20 soon; and I am so glad you reached out. Thank you. ❤

  21. Waw i read some of your posts and we are so identical in our way of thinking!! That’s crazy! I’m infp too. I do not Know how old you are but do not give Up, with time, you will learn how tout manage your incredible strengh. It is like a Ferrari you have to control it otherwhise it contrôls you 🙂 sorry for m’y english i’m french

  22. It’s like I’ve found someone who understands what I feel like all the time–basically how it feels for me to be alive. I have enjoyed reading many of your posts. I am also an INFP and as you said, my true love is also writing. I just want to say you write beautifully. Your words flow with something deep inside that says you were meant to be a writer. I dare you to pursue it. You would be very successful. I just know it. Thank you for sharing with us your corner of the world.

    Much love, another lost and searching INFP,
    Gracey xxx

  23. I use stumbled across your little corner of the Web, and I’ve been engrossed all afternoon! Your words are put together so beautifully and describe so eloquently just how I feel as a fellow infp. I hope you keep sharing your thoughts with us. Thank you

    • Thank you for your kind and beautiful words. I‘m so glad you have enjoyed reading my posts. 

  24. Hi! I’m an infp too, and I stumble across your blog when I’m in need of a INFP friend. I feel like you and I are very similar and it really warms my heart to know that somewhere out there is a kindred spirit.
    I’ve been feeling very low recently, in fact I was sure yesterday that my soul had broken. I recently found out some news that to some wouldn’t be a big deal, but for me I was crushed, truly broken… and it wasn’t even my bad news. I discovered how innocent I truly am, how naive and how weak. I used to proudly boast how mature I was, how deep and strong. But my rose tinted glasses broke yesterday and my heart along with it.

    I just want to say thank you for you blog, and for your words of encouragement and reassurance, that have helped more than just me. You don’t know but you have helped me in some of my darkest times, and I appreciate it very much. You don’t know me, and i don’t really know you, but know you have a friend across the world listening if you feel ever lost.

    Clare x

    • Thank you for your beautiful words, they have touched me beyond measure. Please know that you have a friend in me as well—especially since I have returned to the blogosphere and will be posting properly and regularly again.

  25. Your writing style is intelligent and funny. I’m glad that I found this site of yours. Sorry for possible bad grammar, my mother tongue ain’t english. But keep it up fellow INFP! You’re great =)

  26. Hi! This is coming in a few years later but I just found your blog and I’ve been binge reading this morning. I had so many comments but I’ll sum them up with saying, sweet lady, you’ve achieved your goal through writing. I’ve just begun to appreciate my own sensitivity and weirdness, and knowing my brothers and sisters scattered throughout the world face the same battles helps bolster my strength. I love “our kind”, and I’ve wished for so long to be someone “bigger better or braver”, but ya know what? What a precious gift these deep and caring hearts are to the world. I wouldn’t trade my sensitivity for anything at this point. When I read your posts, my heart melted into that rainbow puddle you mentioned. 😊 Please, yes, do that! Write and write and write! I’ll remember a lot of your words, they’ll stay in my heart and you don’t even know me (though you’ll often find me wiggle dancing in my own house too, heehee) It’s so encouraging. Thank you. Keep singing it, sister!

  27. Hey ! I’m really happy to find your blog,it’s like to read what i think in your posts! so i’m an infp and i really understand you and all the logic in the things you write.(infp logic lol) so keep writing!!keep dreaming !

  28. Omg I have received so much help and long time needed support from this blog. It is simply unbelievable – all this time i thought i was a forever alone wallflower) As an INFP girl I feel like i’ve found a soul sister or smth, it’s amazing, this insanely deep connection with literally everything that you write just makes me feel less isolated from the whole world around me. Kind of gives me hope that universe is not done with me yet. Wherever you and all of us brothers and sisters are – i’m sending you warm hug and a big thank you for being brave and strong enough to stay who you are no matter what. Love from Moscow, Russia

    • Thank you so much for your kind and beautiful words, they mean the world to me. I will be posting the book I wrote on my blog soon, so if you would like, you can check out a book written by a fellow INFP girl. 🙂 Lots of love, Sydney, Australia

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