The Introverted Mother – How to Survive and Thrive
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The Introverted Mother – How to Survive and Thrive

Today a friend of mine sent me an article called “It’s Seriously Time You Stop Feeling Guilty About Being an Introvert”. At that moment I was on my exercise ball, bouncing my crying infant on my lap (her favorite way of calming down). My 2-year-old was next to me sobbing and screaming “mangoes! mangoes!” because…

The Board Game You Will Dominate Based On Your Myers-Briggs® Type
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The Board Game You Will Dominate Based On Your Myers-Briggs® Type

Ahhh board games. I don’t care how advanced or interactive gaming systems have become, no competitive experience can match a good old-fashioned board game duel. I’ve been thinking for a while that certain games must appeal to different personality types. For example, I love strategy games but my ESTJ mother-in-law prefers word games. My ENTJ dad…

How You Use Introverted Thinking Based On Its Location in Your Function Stack
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How You Use Introverted Thinking Based On Its Location in Your Function Stack

“The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.” – Albert Einstein, an INTP Introverted Thinking is the dominant function of some of the leading physicists, philosophers, leaders, and technological wizards in the world. It is focused on intensely expanding one’s own knowledge of a subject and finding how…

What Each Myers-Briggs® Type Needs on a Busy Holiday
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What Each Myers-Briggs® Type Needs on a Busy Holiday

The holidays are a much anticipated time for many of us; some love the hustle and bustle of parties and family gatherings, others enjoy quiet wintry walks while gazing at colorful lights. Some people dread the holidays though, and it’s not hard to see why. Holiday gatherings and traditions can be draining and awkward for…