I've been wondering recently if there is any genetic correlation between types. So seeing if there are patterns in this thread will be interesting.
Sister: NTJ or STP (probably introverted, but my guesses at function order fit better with E)
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My Father: INTJ
My Mother: ESFJ
My Oldest Sister: ISFJ
My Other Sister:ENFP
I get along most naturally with my Dad and can converse with my ENFP sister moderately well, although I'm not too fond of her. My mom and my oldest sister I don't really have much in common with so I keep interactions as brief as possible. Dads great for bouncing ideas off of and just general nerdy conversation. Sisters and mom were great for dealing with conflict and handling my emotions when I was younger, because there was a lot of it.
My cold, snide, intellectual life is just a veneer, behind which lies the plywood of loneliness.
I get along best with ISFP brother. Ain't no problem communicating.
For ISTJ brother, he used to command me a lot when we were younger, now things are different. Though we won't agree on most of things, we get along pretty ok nowadays.
Mother - not getting along with her.
Father - I understand him more than other family members understand him, and it seems he understands me as well.
ISTJ brother is coupling with mother, they have their shit always together, ISFP brother with ISTJ brother (they are 1 year different) or with me (I'm much younger, so they always coupled togerher and I was fifth wheel).
Mother and father don't understand themselves very well. Sometimes it's really funny for me to watch them speak. I understand both, but they are just puzzled by themselves. Father hates when mother is talking about her "workplace adventures" and describing everything in freaking detail, and have 30-minute speech about one stupid event. Mother otoh doesn't get father's NT mannerism.