So I've seen a couple of posts by INFJs saying therapists have asked if they should continue going because they seem to have things worked out, etc.. This happened to me too. It seems therapists might not be able to provide us with as much new insight.
I found this description of INFJ and wonder if this could be a reason therapy could still be useful for us. Do INFJs relate to this description? Would therapy be a good place to get this or any other ideas?
This was categorized under the section on our inferior extraverted sensing function:
"The...own world is one of indecision and hesitation when it comes to taking action and striking out on their own. What best removes this hesitation is when someone else really wants them to do something. The...then relies on the other person's strong desire to mobilize them to action, as if the force of their desire were their own."