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    These are my best guesses.

    Me: ISTP
    Mom: ENTP
    Sister (older): ENFP
    Sister (younger): xNFJ
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    I did this over a year ago, but will re-post because I've made a few modifications.

    Dad: IxTJ (don't think I'll ever decide which. Suppose it doesn't matter though.)
    Mom: ISTJ
    Me: INFJ
    Brother: INTP

    Dad's Father - INTJ
    Dad's Mother - ESFJ
    Dad's Sister - xNTJ
    Mom's Father - ISTJ
    Mom's Mother - ISFJ
    Mom's Sister - ISFP (pretty sure. Other option would be ISTP and that doesn't seem right)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tayshaun View Post


    Three ENTJs in one family.

    Did you guys take control of all your district yet?

    It has to be really fun some way or the other
    My brother has major political aspirations, my dad just came out of retirement to land a job with a lot of clout, and I'm asserting my influence across the board in every organization I'm in. So, I guess we have a multi-pronged approach

    The email debates on religion and politics between the three of us are just pure awesome, too.

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    Following EcK's format, and just because I like to think about these.

    Father = ISTJ (maybe ISTP)

    Frequency of conflict: mid to low

    Force of conflict: mid

    Efficiency when working together: mid -- Planning things out is usually redundant. Either one of us will come up with a solution that's about as good as the other person, so it seems like there's not much reason to have us both do it.

    Strategies: Because we're so similar, when one of us makes a suggestion, it's something that we know would be hard for even the suggestor to do. He may suggest me to be more Extroverted or Feeling, when he knows it would be a challenge himself, or I may suggest that he be less SJ, even though I completely understand where he's coming from. So when we try to work out the other's problems, it really is like facing OUR OWN problems. This is where we meet resistance sometimes--we don't want to face the problems within ourselves.

    Usually light humor smooths things out between us.


    This would take far too long to go through every family member. I'll stop there, maybe pick it up later. Anyway, when faced with conflict, I usually just go to my cave and avoid it.
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    Me: INFP
    Twin sis: ENFP
    Mum: ENFJ
    Dad: very difficult, but I'll have to go with ESTJ
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    My family is nearly entirely made up of SJs and a few NF that are a bit crazy... However, I have recently discovered that this is far from rare for Nfs, particularly ENFPs. It certainly adds some evidence for the nurture v nature debate albeit ancedotal.. Well ok maybe not evidence but definatley thinking material..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild horses View Post
    My family is nearly entirely made up of SJs and a few NF that are a bit crazy... However, I have recently discovered that this is far from rare for Nfs, particularly ENFPs. It certainly adds some evidence for the nurture v nature debate albeit ancedotal.. Well ok maybe not evidence but definatley thinking material..
    "Far from rare" isn't quite causal evidence.

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    OK OK!! Mr. INTP I shall complete a survey before the day is out and report back my findings
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    Mom: ENFP (with weak P, so she is borderline ENFJ, I guess). No conflict now, but when I there was a classic mother-type nagging like: Clean you room, etc. I must say, she tolerated the mess very well compared to my friends` parents.
    Dad: ENTP. We get along great now, and also when I was little (ages 0-9). When I was in my teens, I challenged his integrity constantly and that led to some conflict, although again nothing extreme. I think ENTPs are great parents for little kids, because they are funny and educational, but maybe not so much for teenagers, because teenagers are such emotional wrecks they probably get along better with an F parent.
    Younger brother: ENTP. We get along great and there was very little sibling rivalry when we were kids. We usually teamed up against parents

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    Mom-ESFJ
    Nana-ESFJ
    Sister-ESTJ? or ESFJ
    Dad-ISTJ or ISTP
    Myself-ISFP

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