MBTI and Parenting

How You Process Emotions Based on Your Myers-Briggs® Type

"I feel everything. I feel emotions that aren't even mine. It's exhausting" "I don't do emotions. I do logic. Emotions are stupid." "Nobody understands what I feel inside. Why can't they appreciate my values?" As an MBTI® practitioner, I hear lines like these daily. Differences in emotional...


What Your Child Needs Based on Their Myers-Briggs® Type

Parenting is a tough job. I think we can all admit that. It's also incredibly rewarding. Children are so varied and unique, that just when you think you've got one of them figured out they throw you for a loop! I have four kids so I know the struggle is real. I know the love we all feel for our...


The Childhood Struggles of INTJs

"I am just a child who has never grown up. I still keep asking these 'how' and 'why' questions. Occasionally, I find an answer." - Stephen Hawking, an INTJ INTJs are some of the most intellectual and intense children you'll ever come across. They are analytical, watchful, and driven by a complex...


Type Bullying and the NT Girl - Tips for Parents of Female INTJs, INTPS, ENTJs & ENTPs

Did you know that certain personality types experience bullying more frequently than others? Discrimination based on someone’s type is often insidious and confusing. We may not even be aware that we are bullying someone based on their type till we know more about type and how it plays out;...


Sensing Perceiving Parents

Myers-Briggs® and Parenting – Part 3 – The Struggles of Sensing Perceiving (SP) Parents

Today I’m excited to talk about the Adventurer (SP) parents. Adventurers make up 30-35% of the population, and are known for their optimism, creativity, and fun-loving nature. Adventurers love to live life in the moment and remain open to opportunities as they arise. They are often easy-going,...