I have an ESFP son (5yrs old).
Just wanting to raise him well, or to discipline him well in a way that doesn't invoke bitterness yet still get him to behave.
He's a very lively fun loving boy who laughs a lot and can be rather careless at time. He's also rather conscientious too. (I find this...
Q1) What MBTI-Type do you prefer for a relationship? (love/marriage partner)
Q2) What things are important for you in partners listed below?
a) in a friend + MBTI-Type
b) in a boy-/girlfriend + MBTI-Type
c) love of life + MBTI-Type
Q3) What MBTI-Type would you prefer your children to...
Speaking with an INTJ, about how wonderful his Ni is, all of a sudden asked me how to connect with his son?!
Kid is 14, he tries to give him room so the boy should not feel pressured, yet the conversation seems to center around the boy being a learning machine. I do not know the kids type.
I'm curious about people's experiences with ENFP parenting -- either being one or having one. In your experience, what's the good, the bad, and the ugly about being an ENFP parent or being raised by an ENFP?
Steer clear from the mountain
The slope is too steep
Stay away from the fountain
The water's too deep
Don't break your leg to get your foot in the door
They've got enough people now fighting the war
Don't stand on the ledge and pretend you can fly
Put your best foot forward and it's a sure thing...
So I just tested my parents to see what they were and they're both ESTJ. As an ISFP I think it's really interesting that I have parents with such different personalities to mine. What are your families personalities??