INFJs In Love: The High Priestess Collection

Narrated by: Gareth Johnson
Length: 57 mins
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Self-help and metaphysical writer Laura Cone shares nine short stories on INFJs in love with her High Priestess collection. Her compilation includes:

  • INFJs Coupling with Narcissist Demons,
  • INFJ as a Heartbreaker,
  • I Can't Feel Jealousy,
  • INFJ & ISFJ's Mad Love, and
  • INFJ Underworld.

What happens when an INFJ falls in love with an INTJ? Which MTBI personality is the best match for an INFJ romantic? The collection of titles also includes several INFJ dating satires such as:

  • INFJ as the Last Surviving Rules Girls, and
  • 7 Trickster Ways to a Hot Hook-up.
©2018 Laura Cone (P)2019 Laura Cone

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Loved the satires at the end

Gareth Johnson kept right to the beat by switching from a more serious tone with the first several chapters and a playful tone for the dating satires at the end. It takes a lot of skill to be such a versatile narrator. INFJs will get the sense of humor although it might get lost on the less intellectual and those who are trying to join what they think is the INFJ popularity club. I could listen to Gareth Johnson all day. This one hour listen is a perfect work-out listen.

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a mother's day classic

just loved it. a truly grand work, and well narrated too. very edgy. like martin short meets billy crystal.

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INFJs in love? Well maybe close.

Up to about chapter 9, everything you wrote about the INFJ woman was dead on. I actually felt proud to be such a strange and unusual individual. Around chapters 9&10, I kind of got lost. Most of what you said about INFJ women in those chapters was way off. It was so off the mark at the end of the book, I wondered what MBTI personality you were talking about. The author also seems to forget that INFJ women can be and are women over 60 years of age; yes, we still date.You say it is hard to be mysterious on social media? You are so wrong about that.