Last month, I turned 30. It didn't seem so long ago that I was at school, head buried in books and trying to figure out who I was & what I wanted to do with my life.
I had expected adulthood to arrive and everything to somehow figure itself out. I'd go to university, end up in a job I loved, find a girlfriend, move into a new home and start a family.
I hadn't realised that adulthood was something it took me a while to grow into, and my 20's were a decade of figuring things out.
I always felt different. Not quite fitting in. I was a slow-burner, it taking me a while to settle into the world of adulthood and find my place.
I remember how joyous it was to first discover that I was an introvert, and then an INFP and then also a highly sensitive person.
I realised that much of my me-ness is down to my being:
1. An introvert
2. Highly sensitive
-> It wasn't too surprising when I discovered that nearly 80% of those who identify as being 'highly sensitive' are either an INFP or an INFJ -> check out the mini-research I conducted.
INF club is the resource I wish I had had, that friendly older brother or sister to impart their wisdom, be a listening ear and - perhaps most of all - help me realise that everything was going to be OK.
I'd like INF club to help INFPs and INFJs heal, grow and feel less alone.
get to know me better…
👉🏼 Read 30 things about me (via my Words, by Jasraj blog)
👉🏼 My education & career: a brief history
what to expect
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