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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. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by LucrativeSid View Post
    Votes: 26
    Thinkers who voted: 11
    Feelers who voted: 15

    Thinkers for T child: 81.81%
    Thinkers for F child: 18.18%

    Feelers for F child: 60%
    Feelers for T child: 40%

    More Fs voted in the poll than Ts did, but if we average out the numbers so that they are both equally represented, we end up with this:

    T child votes: 60.9%
    F child votes: 39.09%

    Why? What do you think about this?

    Why did the T babies win? Is there a reason for it? Do you think the results would be similar with a larger sample of voters or is this poll too inconclusive due to the very small number of participants? Even a 10% difference, if consistent enough, is worth examination, in my opinion.
    I can't decide.

    I have two T children and one F child. (Ages 14 - 22)
    The T children are easier to deal with emotionally.
    The F child has outbursts of anger and stubbornness that the other 2 never did.
    But the F child is a lot nicer to me and says more sweet things to me than the other 2 put together.

    They each have their pros and cons.
    I'm glad I have each.

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    Hypothetically, I guess T would be easier for me to deal with.

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    I will refrain from voting, too. I actually have a T child and an F child and both are equally full of joys and [very different] ways to worry their parents.
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    I would have an F baby, because deep emotion is beautiful to feel whether it is of pain or joy, and with pain and suffering we are forced to make choices and to learn how to pull ourselves out of the pits we've gotten into, and so gained is emotional experience and maturity and a better enjoyment of life when it is at it's finest and a better understanding of others when they aren't.

    Also, because if it was a T baby, I wouldn't know how to help it.
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    In all honesty, as a T female, I would rather a F girl or a T boy based on my own experiences. They seem to be the easiest ways to fit in with what society believes is supposed to be and Id want my kids to have a little prejudice as possible. Other than that I could care less.

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    I can't choose. I have two F children and one T (ages 10-15) and they are all great. But I agree with INTJMom, the T is easier to deal with emotionally, but the two Fs are a lot sweeter and act like they value our family much more.

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    I am very much enjoying my EFJ child. I feel very well equipped to deal with her emotional stuff, actually. I know what I wanted and needed as a child, so I just try to provide it for her. I feel like I got really lucky, like she's the perfect kid for me. I almost always know exactly where she's coming from on things.
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    I can't support the emotional needs.

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    I'm a T. I would choose an F baby, just because I prefer the company of F people. Plus a T is more likely to argue against me, and I'm not gonna have that as a dad. Someone submissive is better.

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