Drenth INFJs are “old souls.” Many grow up feeling wiser than would be predicted by their chronological age.They tend to feel happiest and most fulfilled when helping and enlightening others through their insights.
The INFJ personality type is among the rarest of the 16 types, constituting only 1-2% of the general population.
Even as children and adolescents, INFJs can be found advising and counseling their friends and siblings, and perhaps even adult family members.
Having discovered the value of their Introverted Intuition (Ni) quite early in life, INFJs grow to trust its judgments and insights.
The popular television comedy, Frasier, is a great example.
Much of the show’s humor revolves around the sophisticated snobbiness of Frasier (ENFJ) and his brother Niles (INFJ).
Because of their strength of intuition (and commensurate detachment from physical reality), many INFJs report feeling like aliens in the world.