PERSONALITY / MEDIATOR - INFP-A - Coggle Diagram
PERSONALITY / MEDIATOR - INFP-A
Care about other people's feelings. Adjust their actions if we think we hurt anyone
Rarely enjoy succeeding at others’ expense. Share the good things in their lives and value equality
Give other people the benefit of the doubt. Tolerant of other people’s beliefs, lifestyles, and decisions. Generally speaking, Mediators support others’ right to live as they see fit – as long as no one is being hurt.
See things from unconventional perspectives. Surprising and unexpected connections, many Mediators are drawn to creative pursuits and the arts.
When an idea or movement captures Mediators’ imagination and speaks to their beliefs, they can give their whole heart to it. Reserved or reticent, doesn’t diminish their strong feelings for a cause that matches their ideals.
LOYAL TO THEIR VALUES
Doing the right thing. Far-reaching vision can help them stay the course. Sense of purpose or even courage that keeps them true to their values.
Can take their idealism too far
. Idolize their romantic partner or expect
every aspect of their job to feel meaningful
. This can set them up for
Expect so much from themselves
. May accuse themselves of being selfish or inadequate. This self-criticism can
erode their motivation
to get things done and their willingness to prioritize necessary self-care.
So consumed by it that they neglect practical matters. Neglect eating or sleeping as they pursue their passion. So enamoured with an idea that they’re afraid to act on it because
they might not do it perfectly.
So focused on their emotions that they lose track of what’s really going on
. Make sure that their feelings aren’t preventing them from clearly seeing the facts of a situation.
Mediators generally prefer to avoid conflict
. Great deal of time and energy into trying to please everyone.
This desire to please others
can make them painfully sensitive to even constructive criticism.
DIFFICULT TO GET TO KNOW
Private, reserved, and sometimes self-conscious
. This can make them somewhat difficult to really get to know. Need for
can contribute to the
guilt they feel for not giving more
of themselves to those they care about.