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Discover the unique teenage struggles of every #MBTI type #INFJ #INTJ #INFP #INTP #ENFP #ENTP #ENFJ #ENTJ #ISTJ #ISFJ

The Teenage Struggles of Every Myers-Briggs® Personality Type

Have you ever looked back on your teenage years and felt confused by the way you behaved or by different problems that plagued you? Perhaps you're in the midst of your teenage years and you feel overwhelmed by all the decisions, stressors, pressures, and expectations weighed upon you. Each…


Self care tips for each Myers-Briggs® personality type. #MBTI #INFJ #INTJ #INFP #INTP #ENFP #ENTP #ISTJ #ISFJ

Self-Care for Each Myers-Briggs® Personality Type

Self-care is one of those terms that I tend to cringe at. As a perfectionist and a very busy mom of four I tend to shirk off "self-care" as superficial and simply not built into my timeframe. One thing that people don't often realize about INFJs is that many of us are overachievers. Sure we don't…


Find the Perfect Fall Activity for Every Myers-Briggs® Personality Type

The Perfect Fall Activity for Each Myers-Briggs® Personality Type

Fall is just around the corner, and with it is the excitement of fresh-picked pumpkins, apples, and crisp autumn breezes. Fall is a time of magic and change; a prelude to a sparkling winter. I've always loved fall (I'm sure you can guess that from my opening sentence), and as a fun change of pace I…


Discover what each Myers-Briggs® type really needs in a relationship. Plus what NOT to do!

What Each Myers-Briggs® Type Needs in a Relationship

Each Myers-Briggs® personality type has different needs and desires in a relationship. All types want respect and kindness, but there are certain values that are more important to some types than to others. Knowing the things that are important to your partner can help you to have a happier, more…


What Each Myers-Briggs® Personality Type is Like as a Mom

What Each Myers-Briggs® Personality Type is Like as a Mom

Have you ever wondered how your personality type impacts your parenting style? A lot of mommy blogs and mom magazines assume a "one size fits all" approach to parenting that may alienate mothers who don't fit the stereotypical definitions. Introverted moms, for example, may not be thrilled to spend…