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  • I'm a T, and I'd have a T baby.

    46 42.99%
  • I'm an F, and I'd have an F baby.

    39 36.45%
  • I'm a T, and I'd have an F baby.

    5 4.67%
  • I'm an F, and I'd have a T baby.

    17 15.89%
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  1. #91
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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    I'd want my child to be an INTP, so I could teach them discipline and reason . . .
    Where did you get the idea that INTPs are particularly good at discipline? It's the most absurd thing I've read all morning.

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    I would choose a T child..... because every T has emotions, but not every F can think!

    *ducks*

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    *kicks noz and repays the favor*

    I'd prefer having an F-child, for very selfish reasons. Though I appreciate the mental capacities of a T, and the clarity they can bring, I'd love to be able to share an incredibly deep emotional bond with my own child...and that's where an F shines, imo
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    I would want a T (and I have always wanted a boy). T because he could turn out into a more well rounded person because of my F influence. I could teach him all the things he wouldn't have a clue about (and vice versa). This way, he would grow into a balanced person and would hopefully have an easier time in the world. I couldn't challenge or stretch an F in that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    *kicks noz and repays the favor*

    I'd prefer having an F-child, for very selfish reasons. Though I appreciate the mental capacities of a T, and the clarity they can bring, I'd love to be able to share an incredibly deep emotional bond with my own child...and that's where an F shines, imo
    Then why don't you have two or more ?


    Just a thought

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Then why don't you have two or more ?


    Just a thought
    disclaimer: this is all hypothetical as I'm not planning on kids

    And I don't wanna do favoritism, that's why
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    I think the strength of the bond you share with your child is the result of the combination of your types (his and yours). I have almost no attachment at all to my one F child, though I do love him. He's almost 20 and for the entire time he's been alive I have been puzzled by his behavior. I just don't understand the way he does anything.

    My two younger ones are both T and I have amazing relationships with both of them. My bond with them is so strong that I feel physical pain when I'm separated from them for too long. With both boys there has always been a strong sense of understanding. I find it incredibly easy to share warmth and affection with them. Even the 13-year-old will come looking for hugs from time to time (something that is somewhat unusual from most teenage boys). From the moment they were born I knew they were really mine. My oldest (the F), on the other hand, felt like he might have been switched in the nursery at the hospital. He's a sharp, attractive, energetic, social, and emotional young man ...and when I look at him I think "how can you be my son?"

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    T, probably. I'll be damned if I'm gonna have a house full of Feelers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    No offense but do you know any other ENFPs in real life? I can see messy, spastic even...but the rest...

    Maybe I'm just different from other ENFPs but I don't relate at all.
    I've noticed a major personality gap between ENFP males and females, both here and in real life. I'm more like you

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    Quote Originally Posted by lane777 View Post
    I would want a T (and I have always wanted a boy). T because he could turn out into a more well rounded person because of my F influence. I could teach him all the things he wouldn't have a clue about (and vice versa). This way, he would grow into a balanced person and would hopefully have an easier time in the world. I couldn't challenge or stretch an F in that way.
    I agree - my thoughts exactly.
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    T types are just better. Admit it!
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