I've had her take 2 different tests and she's come out as an ENFJ and an ISFJ. I'd say she's introverted because she gets pissed when she's around people for too long. If we're at the grocery store, she will leave all the stuff she was going to buy in the cart and just leave. It's bizarre to me really.
As for whether or not she's an N or S is beyond me. But she's way too assertive and in your face to be an ISFJ. So really, I don't know.
My mother does this grocery cart thing too lolforreal and I am almost certain she is ISFJ.
My mom is an ISFJ. She's a good mom, and a very intelligent, industrious, and giving person. Sometimes she smothers instead of mothers and loves a good guilt trip, but I have no trauma from her parenting.
"Charlotte sometimes dreams a wall around herself. But it's always with love - So much love it looks like everything else. Charlotte Sometimes - So far away, glass sealed and pretty." - The Cure
My mom is a warm and understanding ENFJ. She generally means well but I don't like her way of (sometimes) forcing certain things on me.
She doesn't really like my lack of emotional display. But seriously, if I told her about all my existential issues or really anything that's bothering me, she would be much more worried than necessary. I don't like making people worried when I can easily solve something after a few hours of pondering.
My family is very N with my dad being an INTP and my sister INFJ. It's always great at home but also sad in a way because my sister and I are still slowly learning how to relate to people of the S-type variety.
ISFP smothers but that's probably because im the last of 6 children and the youngest by quite a few years , she told me she wonders if i have any affection for her, i don't know if i do if im being honest with myself even though our relationship isn't especially volatile.
^Yeah, that is a pretty high estimate of F mothers (nearly 90% at this point). I know some research data suggests up to 70% of women are Fs (and this might be a bit higher in those who become mothers), but geez.
Mine is most definitely ISFJ though, and I base that mostly on observations of her now, and with a variety of people, not just how she parented me.