How an INFP Empath Moves Through Loss, Grief, and Death

In this episode, I had the honor of interviewing my younger sister Jaclyn Taylor. This live interview was recorded in-person during our vacation in Orange County, California.

She flew in from Texas, I flew in from Hawaii, and we met in LA and drove into the OC to vacation for a couple days. We recorded this on our last day of vacation after spending two days at Disneyland and California Adventure Park and exploring the OC.

My sister is an INFP in the Myers-Briggs Personality System. In this episode, she shares her personal story about dropping out of college, tapping into her creativity through drawing, and she she shares more on what she’s currently working on in her personal life.

We talk about the INFP personality type, how perfectionism and idealistic tendencies can be difficult, and we talk about the shift in family dynamics as a person transitions from childhood to adulthood. We also touch on mental health, emotional limits, safety/awareness, taking things in stride, self-limiting beliefs, and comparison and curated experiences on social media. 

She shares her personal story with coping, processing, and moving on from losing both of her parents. In this interview, she states, “Grief is not a straight line” in her perspective on grief.

We talk about how powerful it can be to take difficult experiences and shape them into something that empowers you (and eventually others). 

Tune in to join us on our conversation! 

*Disclaimer: More profanities/curse words were used during this episode (our apologies!) , but you know how it is when sisters get together and do some serious sister/girl talk! Lol.

Research Resources: Personality Hacker by Joel Mark Witt and Antonia Dodge and The 16 Personality Types by Dr. AJ Drenth  You can find Jaclyn on Instagram at: @jaclyn_mac

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Link to episode:–Death–and-Grief-e5c7e0

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