Dating can be such a disappointment for INFJs! It’s a frustrating waste of time! But with the right tools and tricks, it can be a game changer! Relationship coach Gabby Valdes is here to give us the inside scoop on how to go from being a hopeless romantic to becoming a hopeful romantic.
About the Guest:
Gabrielle Valdes is a love and dating coach, helping the disappointed dater recommit to themselves to find true love. She focuses on emotional intimacy, molding romantic attractions, and being your own best partner first.
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- You can use the MBTI personality test as a tool to understand yourself and remove the shame that you feel about yourself
- Being different doesn’t mean you’re broken
- We don’t always get things right the first time, especially in our career, but everything we do leads us to what we’re meant to do
- A lot of INFJs deal with perfectionism, but it’s not always a bad thing.
- The behavior change cycle is really helpful for INFJs to consider. There are 4 phases: pre-contemplation, contemplation, preparation, action, maintenance, & relapse or making mistakes.
- Matching up real life with expectations is a difficult challenge.
- There are 2 kinds of romantics: hopeless and hopeful. Hopeless is basing your long term decisions on a feeling of the honeymoon phase. We end up putting too much pressure on our partner or potential partner. Being hopeful is being realistic and loving yourself first.
- INFJs are very open to giving but we have to balance it with taking care of ourselves too.
- INFJs are prone to taking things to the extreme in order to please someone else.
- Just because it hasn’t worked doesn’t mean it won’t. It just hasn’t worked yet.