Ha ha!!! I think this is actually a bit true :-( My dad, is a bit of a geek/nerd, he is funny but no one gets his cornball humour, and he peacocks constantly and will never stop. So I think basically, we are all doomed. Full circle. :laughing:is it true women marry men like their father? how do i stop this, cuz my father is quite phycotic!!
Ha the INFJ crush, is not like my father in most ways, but just a few of the more superficial ways, which are still funny. My father is way more extreme, way way more with habits. He is not grounded whatsoever. He has never really been, poor guy he had a really rough childhood, so that is a big part of it. He has reasons, but still, excuses can still be excuses.Haha, no. Not to say my dad isn't a good guy, but his personality is not something I'd be attracted to. If anything I tend to choose guys who are the opposite. roud:
My dad is an ISTJ too which is probably I'm like you and would want to avoid that kind of clash. xDOh gosh. My husband and my dad couldn't be further apart in most senses. The similarities they do have are practical stuff like being good at building things; personalty-wise though, there's not much in common between the two of them -- thank freaking goodness. (My husband is an ENFJ, my dad an ISTJ.) My dad and I have a pretty rough relationship and although I know that he's generally a good person, we're both rather emotionally-unhealthy and just don't understand each other a lot of the time -- and that's made for a lot of problems in our relationship. (Rather disturbingly, when I'm at my worst, I see a lot of my dad's traits in myself...)
Don't worry, I seem to be doing the same thing. I tend to like girls who are a bit timid and docile, polite and caring, and who give a damn about their physical and mental health.yeah, i seem to be looking for a chick just like my mom, as flippantly annoyiing and weird as that is