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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleda View Post
    What sort of people would that be?
    What sort of people would what be?
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    How's it like raising xxTJ children?
    Sort of like training smart, stubborn, somewhat dominant dogs, except you can have entire conversations with them. You have to win their respect and not let them get by with too much until they recognize that you are the leader and then you have to try not to be stupid and lose the respect while they are still your legal responsibility. Gee I'm such a peach of a mom, lol.

    One of them is raised and the other is almost sixteen and they are pleasant and comfortable company. They are generally reliable and very low-drama, which is sometimes a nice break from dealing with my XXFP, let me tell ya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Typoz View Post
    Would those be P or J type kids who resist the most to what their parents/etc. tell them? I'm not entirely sure if the resistance is related to lack of showed proof or not... But I think in case the proof doesn't matter it would be Fi types, and if proof does matter, then it would be Te types (maybe Ti too?).
    By resist I mean "clean your teeth!" and the kid refuses to do so. "Take a bath!" the kid goes as far as screaming when being taken to the bath (maybe dislikes the bath ). Just two pretty rough examples to illustrate the point, however don't take them as the "this and not something else," those are just examples to illustrate the abstract idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    What sort of people would what be?

    Sort of like training smart, stubborn, somewhat dominant dogs, except you can have entire conversations with them. You have to win their respect and not let them get by with too much until they recognize that you are the leader and then you have to try not to be stupid and lose the respect while they are still your legal responsibility. Gee I'm such a peach of a mom, lol.

    One of them is raised and the other is almost sixteen and they are pleasant and comfortable company. They are generally reliable and very low-drama, which is sometimes a nice break from dealing with my XXFP, let me tell ya.
    I apologize, that was a vague question.

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    However, if I was told *not* to do something, I DID NOT DO IT. Even if I disagreed with the prohibition. Even if I thought it was stupid. If the person had a legitimate right (in my mind) to tell me not to do something, I obeyed.
    Haha that's how I would say I was like as a child. I can't listen to anyone if things don't make sense or aren't effective even if it would result in more harmonious relationships. Lol

    That sounds pretty nice. Haha, how's your FP like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleda View Post
    That sounds pretty nice. Haha, how's your FP like?
    She is sweet, kind, a defender of the defenseless. She is volatile, vicious, and unreasonable. She is unstoppable until she stubs her toe or somebody looks at her funny. Then she is a crying, hyperventilating mess. There is way too much person to fit into her tiny, adorable body and sometimes it's a bit of a strain on us all.
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    Resistance, I don't believe rests purely on the child's type, but the adult's parenting style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    She is sweet, kind, a defender of the defenseless. She is volatile, vicious, and unreasonable. She is unstoppable until she stubs her toe or somebody looks at her funny. Then she is a crying, hyperventilating mess. There is way too much person to fit into her tiny, adorable body and sometimes it's a bit of a strain on us all.
    She seems like a passionate child. How old is she?

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    I have always gone with the flow. I don't resist, I channel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleda View Post
    She seems like a passionate child. How old is she?
    Seventeen. She has always had strong feelings about things from the time she was a tiny baby and got upset if anybody but me was holding her.
    “There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    Seventeen. She has always had strong feelings about things from the time she was a tiny baby and got upset if anybody but me was holding her.
    She sounds rather adorable lol How did you deal with those emotions?

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