Conflict frequency: infrequent
Reason: Generally have similar perspectives. Socially, we tend to debate a lot -- it's good practice, plus it's enjoyable to defend a position in a friendly atmosphere. Makes for great opportunity to advance personal philosophies.
Force of conflicts: good-natured
Reason: I'm not interested in ostracizing a parent over gaps in ideology. It's rare for an issue to arise that would sufficiently test the mettle of this mutual commitment.
Efficiency when working together: sufficient
Reason: Outside of family get-togethers, we don't really collaborate on group projects.
Succesful strategies: See above.
Unsuccessful strategies: Taking friendly debates personally. He gets enraged; I become mean-spirited.
Conflict frequency: often
Reason: Vast philosophical differences in lifestyle.
Force of conflicts: profound
Reason: Not really worth getting into.
Notes: Exceptionally smart. Very self-motivated. Destructive.
Younger brother: IsFP:
Good fellow; yet, lazy and lacks ambition. His lack of credentials has stunted employment opportunities, which has made for a rocky relationship with our father.
Great Type pairing with INTJ. Sometimes the NJ urgency makes it difficult to see eye-to-eye on SP issues.
Brothers-in-law: ESTP; ENTJ
Couldn't ask for a better matchup.
Best friend: INTJ:
Known since I was a kid. Highly intelligent. Somewhat linear religious perspective creates artificial distances.