MBTI and Parenting

INFJ Child

The Struggles of Being an INFJ Child

Today's subject is going to be a little tricky because I'm talking about my own personality type. As an INFJ, I always find it difficult to write about my own type because I feel that it can sound arrogant or self-aggrandizing. I can applaud other types without feeling like I'm patting myself on…


The Childhood Struggles of INFPs

INFP children are some of the most emotionally rich, creative individuals you'll ever meet. Their strong personal values, philosophical nature, and insightful way of viewing the world make them stand out from the crowd. They are seen as sensitive souls and are often more on the quiet side as…


The Childhood Struggles of Every Myers Briggs® Type

Did you ever feel misunderstood as a kid? Like once, or maybe constantly, people just didn't "get you"? Unless you're raised in a family of people who are very similar to you (and even that can create some issues) you're likely to be misunderstood at one point or another, or often. Everyone feels…


How Knowing Personality Type Can Make You a Better Parent

Every child wants to be understood by their parents. Every child wants to be appreciated for what makes them unique. Every child wants an opportunity to be heard, and to be allowed to be themselves. Most parents want to give this sense of understanding and individuality to their children, but it's…


NT Children MBTI

Is Arguing Your Child's Learning Style?

When it comes to learning styles, people often analyze children for various traits that would classify them as visual learners, audio learners, kinesthetic learners, and so on. However, did you know that arguing is actually a learning style for various personality types? I know this might be met…