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  1. […] [For context, please see “The Age of Love“] […]

  2. Robert Walsh says:

    For me as an INFJ, a damaging era of my early life, was 10 years of being a student in the public school system. When I was 16 and old enough to escape, I did. No more standardized thinking and obedience training.

    After escaping, I took a GED test and then enrolled in a great trade school, where instead of being a loser, I was one of the outstanding students. Trade school for me, was a place where students could excel, and be creative while we learned our trades.

    • Susan Louise says:

      Thank you so much for adding your thoughts! We INFJs seem to start early in our lives to struggle to fit in. As sensitive souls, we just seem to “know” how others feel about us, and that knowledge makes it even harder to be ourselves. I am so glad to hear that you found yourself! Many INFJs go through their adult lives not really understanding themselves or why they don’t seem to fit in.

  3. […] My job is just to “focus on His feet” and take the next step behind Him. As I wrote about in my article of the same name, I want to follow Jesus the way my little dog Andy follows me so he won’t get lost—with […]

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  1. […] [For context, please see “The Age of Love“] […]

  2. Robert Walsh says:

    For me as an INFJ, a damaging era of my early life, was 10 years of being a student in the public school system. When I was 16 and old enough to escape, I did. No more standardized thinking and obedience training.

    After escaping, I took a GED test and then enrolled in a great trade school, where instead of being a loser, I was one of the outstanding students. Trade school for me, was a place where students could excel, and be creative while we learned our trades.

    • Susan Louise says:

      Thank you so much for adding your thoughts! We INFJs seem to start early in our lives to struggle to fit in. As sensitive souls, we just seem to “know” how others feel about us, and that knowledge makes it even harder to be ourselves. I am so glad to hear that you found yourself! Many INFJs go through their adult lives not really understanding themselves or why they don’t seem to fit in.

  3. […] My job is just to “focus on His feet” and take the next step behind Him. As I wrote about in my article of the same name, I want to follow Jesus the way my little dog Andy follows me so he won’t get lost—with […]