INFJ; Introvert, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging
The rarest personality is INFJ.Michael Vallejo, LCSW, child and family therapist, and owner of Mental Health Center Kids,
This Myers-Briggs type accounts for just 1 to 3 percent of the global population. In the U.S., Ball State estimates those who are introverted, intuitive, feeling, and judging represent just 1.5 percent of the population.
“It would probably be difficult to spot INFJs—unless you’re married to one or have a friend or family member who’s an INFJ—because they can blend like chameleons in social situations,” Vallejo explains. “For example, they can make themselves look extroverted or social in parties so they can ‘fit in.’ But this energy eventually wears off and they would go back to their true introverted selves.”
Vallejo points out that these personality types also don’t have a taste for small talk, preferring “deep, meaningful conversations” and quality over quantity when it comes to the people in their lives.
“What’s also interesting is that while they’re very goal-oriented—which sometimes makes them perfectionists and overly sensitive to criticism—they dislike being in the spotlight when they achieve something great,” he says, adding that when it comes to praise, they do appreciate receiving it from those closest to them. (SO TRUE)
In addition I am a Blood type B which is about 9% of the human population. I’m probably humanoid. 😃🙃