MBTI and Parenting

Why #ENTJ dads are extra amazing! #MBTI #personality #personalitytype #myersbriggs

10 Things I Learned From Having an ENTJ Father

I don't write a lot of personal articles on this blog. Partially because I feel like anecdotal evidence is open for scrutiny so I'm hesitant to use it to "define" type. That said, I thought I'd make a switch today and write about my personal experience as the daughter of an ENTJ. Having studied…


7 Unusual Experiences that #INFJ Children Face - #MBTI #myersbriggs #personality #personalitytype #INFJ #childhood #parenting

7 Things That INFJs Experience as Children

INFJ children are a rare and unusual breed. They make up less than 1% of the US population, and often report having felt "odd", "misunderstood", or ostracized as children. That's why I think it's especially important to have a grasp of what it feels like being in an INFJ child's mind.  If we can…


The unique struggles that #INTJ children face - #MBTI #personality #myersbriggs

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…


What are the biggest childhood insecurities of each #MBTI type? #personality #INFJ #INFP #INTJ #INTP #ENTJ #ENFJ #ESFJ #ISFJ #ISFP #ISTJ #ISTP #INTP #ENTP

The Childhood Insecurities of Each Myers-Briggs® Personality Type

Childhood is a beautiful, magical, and overwhelming time for many of us. Everything is new and untarnished by past associations or biases. Anything seems possible. But sometimes, childhood can be a scary time. Sometimes we feel devastatingly misunderstood or forced into a mold that is too…


Recognizing the #MBTI types in childhood #INFJ #INTJ #INFP #INTP #ENFJ #ENFP #ISTJ #ISFJ

Recognizing the Myers-Briggs® Personality Types in Childhood

When it comes to type theory, a lot of the descriptions for adult types won't work as well for children. Children are just starting to develop and as a result, they won't have steady access to all of their cognitive functions. In early life the dominant function is the most powerful and present in…