Sarah Wirsén

Sarah Wirsén

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As INFJs, we often feel guilty for our need to refocus and refuel alone. After a long day of interacting, communicating, and exerting energy towards others, we long to be at rest with ourselves and our thoughts. Unfortunately, this need is often met with shame and guilt. The expectations of friends, family, and work may …

I’ve spoken before about my habit of collecting words and sentences: Read Like A Writer – Collect Words. But I thought I would share the significance this h…

"Offerkoftan" Jag hinner tyvärr inte alltid svara meddelanden direkt riktade till mig i trådarna för trycket har blivit lite väl stort. Och jag vill gärna svara. Men vill ni mig något kan ni alltid använda DIRECTkorgen. Där lovar jag att svara. Med vänlig hälsning, Villfarelser. #offerkofta #krängt #villfarelser #humor #ironi #allvar #text #tryck #foto #bild #poesi #konst #kultur #skoj #skratt #kul #dör

"Offerkoftan" Jag hinner tyvärr inte alltid svara meddelanden direkt riktade till mig i trådarna för trycket har blivit lite väl stort. Och jag vill gärna svara. Men vill ni mig något kan ni alltid använda DIRECTkorgen. Där lovar jag att svara. Med vänlig hälsning, Villfarelser. #offerkofta #krängt #villfarelser #humor #ironi #allvar #text #tryck #foto #bild #poesi #konst #kultur #skoj #skratt #kul #dör

The most powerful tool in coaching is the question - the Greek philosopher Socrates is regarded by some to have been the first coach. Among other things, he used deversified questions in his talks with his students. Here is how he did it. - Den grekiska filosofen är ansedd som den första coachen i historien. Han använde bland annat kraftfulla frågor i sina samtal med sina studenter - här är en översikt över de så kallade Sokratiska Frågorna.

"The most powerful tool in coaching is the question - the Greek philosopher Socrates is regarded by some to have been the first coach. Among other things, he used deversified questions in his talks with his students. Here is how he did it.

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haha I'd say the run into the wall part is pretty accurate <<< All of these are accurate as fuck. How the Hell can I finally have found a personality type that yet has to prove me wrong?

This sums up how to deal with me in a nutshell. Most people who know me well enough do this stuff without any questions....,others as less helpful

INFJ and stress- super guilty.which is why we'd rather tolerate as much as possible. That's exactly it. When asked this question, I have no answers. But I'm adding this to my repitoire