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  1. #31
    Senior Member BlueGray's Avatar
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    Me INTP, certain
    Sister ESFP, certain

    Mother's family
    Mom INTJ, certain
    Oldest Uncle ISTP,may be E
    Middle Uncle ISFJ, certain
    Youngest Uncle ESxP, somewhat certain

    Grandfather IxTP, pretty certain
    Grandmother ISFJ, uncertain

    Father's Family
    Dad ENTJ, or just a very, very outgoing INTJ
    Aunt ExTx, uncertain
    Uncle INTP, pretty certain, ENTP if not

    Grandfather INTP, pretty certain, ISTP if not.
    Ne > Ti > Si >> Te > Se >> Fe > Fi > Ni
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    Chaotic Neutral/Evil

  2. #32
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    Don't count me (I'm adopted) but:
    Father-ESFJ
    Mother- INFP
    sister-ENFP
    brother-INFP
    brother-ISTJ

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    Father - ISTJ
    Mother - ENFJ
    Brother - INFJ
    Sister - ESFJ
    Sister - Impossible to type™ XSXX
    Me - ENFP

  4. #34
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    Mother's Side -

    Grandfather: ENFX (may have been a sensor, but I am edging towards intuit)
    Grandmother: ISTJ
    (Note that these two were arranged, so this wasn't the traditional Western family)

    Mom: ENFJ
    6 Siblings: ESXX (One or two possible intuits in there, the three guys are all ESXP's)

    14 Cousins: 1 possible ENFJ, the rest (minus the 3 1/2 estranged ones) seem to be ESXX's, with a stronger presence of perceivers.

    My father's side is more difficult to tell, being that I live in the state next door, so I don't get too much exposure, though they seem to be quite evened out in terms of preferences, but with a leaning towards sensing.

    Father: INTP

    Though he passed away soon after I was born, I have heard enough stories about him to pinpoint him to an extreme INTP.

    Funny thing is, I am told that I am just like him down to how I hold a fork. Never met him, but I am just like him. How type related this is, I don't know, it could be a genetic thing. Then again, I have also noted how some others end up like their parents. Yet they were raised by them, and I certainly am not an extraverted feeler, no matter how hard my Mother tried, so there may be something to type related familial patterns.

    Further more, My Mom, being raised around sensors, seems to be out of touch with her intuitive side at times (she is definitely not Si). I am not sure if this is type related as well, but I can see the logic in certain tendencies in an individual being bent due to upbringing.

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    mother: ENFP (only one i know for sure)
    father: ENTP
    grandfather: ISTJ
    grandmother: ESFP
    aunt: ESXP
    uncle: XSTP
    cousin: ISFJ
    cousin: ENTP

    and me INFP

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    Dad: ISTJ
    Mom: ISFP
    Me: ISTJ
    Sister #1: INTJ
    Sister #2: INTP
    "Knights had no meaning in this game. It wasn't a game for knights."

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    Dad's Side (sorry, but these three are guesses)
    Dad - ISFP
    Step-sister - INFP
    Step-brother - ENFP

    Mom's Side
    Mom - ENFP
    Step-sister - ENTP
    Step-brother - ISTP

    Grandmother - ESTJ
    Step-grandfather - ENTJ

    Younger Uncle - INFP

    Older Uncle - ISTJ
    Aunt - ESFJ
    Cousin 1 - ESTP
    Cousin 2 - ISFP
    Cousin 3 - ENFP
    The greatest revenge is living well.

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    Mom- ENFJ
    Dad- INTP
    Me- ISFP

    Mom's side family-

    Grandma- ISTJ
    Grandpa- ESTP
    Aunts- INFP, ISTP, ESTP
    Great aunt- ISFJ
    Cousins- INFP, ESFP, INTJ

    I have no idea about my dad's side because I've interacted with them maybe twice in my entire life. But I do know my dad's side grandparent's types-

    Grandma- INFP
    Grandpa- ISTJ
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

    sCueI (primary Inquisition)

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    This is a very interesting topic, I've tried to find a conection betwen genetics and mbti, but all I had was the example of my own family (not tested, but carefully studied), mbti is not popular here

    grandfather (dad's side): INTJ
    grandmother (dad's side) ISFJ

    Father: ISTJ
    Aunt (dad's side): ISFP
    Mother: ISTP
    Me: INFJ
    Sister: ISFJ

    This frequency of I made me think of genetic factor, as I think the first letter is the first to be determined, while the others appear with time (being more influenced by nurture). But some results here have proved my theory wrong, I'm happy with this improvement.

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    Mom: INFJ

    Dad: ISTP

    Sis 1: ISFP?
    Sis 2: INTP (or ISTP, probably INTP)
    Sis 3: ESTP
    Me (oldest ): ENTP

    Aunt (Dad's sis): ESFP

    Great Grampa (Mom's side) ENTP
    Great Gramma (Mom's side) ISFJ (maybe INFJ, probably S)

    Mom's mom: ISTJ
    Mom's dad: INFJ
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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