Susan Storm

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,…


MBTI Authors

Which Intuitive Author Has Your Myers-Briggs® Personality Type?

Personality type has a great impact on writing style, with each preference shaping the way an author forms and translates what’s on their mind. Sensors tend to write in a linear fashion; with numerous picturesque details highlighting their stories. Intuitives use metaphor and rich symbolism in…


MBTI Movie Heroes

The Greatest Movie Heroes of Every Myers-Briggs® Personality Type

A while back I did some posts about the greatest villains of every Myers-Briggs® personality type. Since then, I’ve gotten several requests to do a follow-up heroes post. This post was a lot of fun to write and research, and I hope you’ll enjoy it! Keep in mind that throughout the post I address…


5 Ways to Annoy an ESFJ

5 Ways to Annoy an ESFJ

ESFJs are some of the warmest, most nurturing of all the personality types. They are called The Caregivers by many typologists, and it’s not hard to see why. ESFJs strive for kindness in all their interactions and love to create harmony and structure in their outer worlds. They are practical and…


MBTI and Parenting NT Parents

Myers Briggs® and Parenting - Part 2 - The Struggles of Intuitive Thinking Parents

As parents we all want to do the best we can for our children, but sometimes all the advice out there seems to come from a place we can’t relate to! This is especially true for Investigator (NT) parents, who make up the smallest percentage of the population. Ranking at only 5-10% of the population,…