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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.

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    INTP 5w6 so/sp or sp/so.
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    WOW, I must be privileged 'cause he's an ENTJ 1w9!

    For a long time, I suspected he was INTJ but he recently did the official MBTI and he turned out to be ENTJ. His parenting style starts and ends with "half-assed". lol. A lot of my friends and family friends are afraid of him so it amuses me endlessly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    INTP 5w6 so/sp or sp/so.
    Same, sp/so. He has had a lot of time to develop his Fe, so he can often talk about emotions and past experiences in quite an endearing way. He can be a little inappropriate around strangers though. He's big tech nerd and a lot of my humor comes from him, he's also a health freak, though he doesn't exercise a lot, he just eats healthy food. I like him but he is easily stressed a lot, which is not that pleasant. Everyone has their good and bad sides. Does this sound like your father too? What if we're secret siblings?

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    ESTJ ( I think)

    8w7, perhaps.

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    INTP and 5w6 sp/sx, I think. 593.

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    ENFP: unhealthy

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    I think he was an INTJ but not sure. just makes the most sense a definite introverted and a definite thinker.
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    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    Same, sp/so. He has had a lot of time to develop his Fe, so he can often talk about emotions and past experiences in quite an endearing way. He can be a little inappropriate around strangers though. He's big tech nerd and a lot of my humor comes from him, he's also a health freak, though he doesn't exercise a lot, he just eats healthy food. I like him but he is easily stressed a lot, which is not that pleasant. Everyone has their good and bad sides. Does this sound like your father too? What if we're secret siblings?
    I probably wouldn't describe my dad as awkward, in the traditional sense. He's spent enough time doing unscripted public speaking that he can have sort of a politician tone, even when he's at home just with me and my mom. When he's awkward, it's when he takes that tone too far, or drones on too long with it -- the same kind of awkward as someone who takes too long to get to a punchline. If that makes sense? I would say that he's so/sp, but when I've read type 5 stacking descriptions, sp/so made the most sense, because he gives off a very warm (though reserved) energy as soon as you meet him.

    Yeah my dad is easily stressed too. Which is okay with me as long as he keeps it to himself, otherwise his stress will make me stressed!

    What type is your mom? Did you have an experience, growing up, of feeling like you had to "handle" your dad -- giving him a ton of space, but making sure to include him in things, to make sure he didn't feel unappreciated?
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    ESTJ, but a very disorganized J with poor time management skills due to ADHD. Most definitely an Enneagram 1 so/sp, most likely with a 9 wing. Mom is an INFX, most likely weak P preference 9w1 sx/sp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    What type is your mom?
    I'm honestly very unsure, but I'm thinking ExFx heart type sx/so. I really don't know my mom all that well on a personal level.

    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Did you have an experience, growing up, of feeling like you had to "handle" your dad -- giving him a ton of space, but making sure to include him in things, to make sure he didn't feel unappreciated?
    Yep, definitely. Still do. Same with you?

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