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  • ESFP

    3 2.91%
  • ISFP

    2 1.94%
  • ESTP

    6 5.83%
  • ISTP

    13 12.62%
  • ENFP

    3 2.91%
  • INFP

    2 1.94%
  • ENFJ

    3 2.91%
  • INFJ

    3 2.91%
  • ESFJ

    1 0.97%
  • ISFJ

    4 3.88%
  • ESTJ

    12 11.65%
  • ISTJ

    20 19.42%
  • ENTP

    8 7.77%
  • INTP

    13 12.62%
  • ENTJ

    1 0.97%
  • INTJ

    7 6.80%
  • I don't know.

    2 1.94%
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  1. #11
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    ESTP
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    i think he was INTP, but i didnt know him well.

    NP was sure. and he wasnt ENFP, i think.

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    I'm realizing more and more that it seemed my fathers most possible type would be INFP. Looked into ISFP but tertiary Si all the way just like me. That and Fi/Ne is where I sensed a save place to go when I needed to talk or ask for an opinion. Very deep person but wouldn't see this so easy it's like a silent deep ocean. So much depth but he was so still and accepting. I also believe he was a type 9 for many reasons . Funny he's the only one who made it seem okay to have imagination. Would make funny comments and acknowledge my love of being in my head/imaginative . That really changed me and made me feel normal to be myself.

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    (Carl Jung, Psychological Types, Chapter XI - Definitions)

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    My Father is a Type-A hostile ESTJ retired U.S. Army Colonel.

    He is by far the most honorable and dutiful man I have ever met.

    There was no doubt who the man of the house was, but he provided for us all and gave me guidance as I needed it.

    He is my role model in many ways, my work ethic, optimistic attitude, certainly in the manner that I provide for my family, and how I have planned for positive outcomes in my life.
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    My ESTP half-Injun step-grandpa. He wasn't particularly reliable, but we adored each other.
    “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.”
    ~ John Rogers

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    ISXJ.
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    Probably ISTJ.
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    My father's not around to ask, but he was INTJ, most likely. He wasn't really around or much of an influence though, as my parents divorced when I was about three and he died when I was 7.

    More present (shortly afterwards to early teens) was a stepfather who I'd guess was an Se dom, most likely ESTP. Unfortunately, said stepfather possessed all the negative and unhealthy attributes of the type and no positive ones whatsoever that I recollect, of any type. Cheating, lying, self-indulgent, shallow, violent, vindictive, unstable, alcoholic, malicious "qualities" come most forcefully to mind, and seem to resonate most strongly in the minds of others who had the misfortune to experience the creature as well, though there might well be other equally unappealing ones that the passage of time has dimmed. Even my mother admits now that the thing was a mistake, which is saying quite something. IT was therefore no so much an influence, as an unpleasantness to be avoided as much as possible, and where contact of some kind was unavoidable, disregarded.

    As may by now be gathered, I didn't really have a "father figure" when I was young, or even anything very close to it. But I'm not sure that's really so important as popular psychology likes to presume. One works with what one has, and learns to deal.
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    I think ISTP.
    "Those are my principles and if you don't like them......well, I have others"

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    - Frederich Nietzsche

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