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    Default Living Situations by Type

    What is your current living situation by type and relationship to the other people? If you'd like, you can also list any significant past living situations you've been in. I'll go first as an example.

    Currently, I live with my two brothers.

    Oldest: ENTJ
    Middle: INTJ
    Youngest: INTP (me)

    I used to live with them and my parents but my oldest brother was often out and about:

    Mom: ESFJ
    Dad: INTP

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    I live with INFJ husband and our cat for over 18 years now

    I lived previously as teenager with:

    ESFJ mother
    INTJ father


    Before that as child I also had older siblings:

    INTP (a guess) brother
    ISTJ sister
    ESFJ brother
    ISFP sister

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    Heart, what do you think of your ISTJ sister?

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    I live with my husband and four children.

    Husband: INTP
    Daughter 1: INTJ
    Daughter 2: InFP
    Son 1: EXTX
    Son 2: InTP

    I grew up living with my mom and younger brother, mostly.

    Mom: EsFP
    Brother: ESfJ

    I spent one year in the dorms. My first roomie couldn't take me any more than one semester, the second one I could have lived with for my entire time at college, but I got married and moved out. We got along great.

    Roomie 1: IStJ
    Roomie 2: INTJ
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    Relatives that I've lived with:

    1 ISFP -- Perfect person to live with.
    1 ISTP -- Often annoying, but fun.
    2 ISFJ -- Don't understand eachother.
    3 INTJ -- Do not want.
    2 INTP -- Everything's gravy until you piss them off.
    2 INFJ -- Nerve-wracking.

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    I live with 6 people now: ESFJ, ESFJ, INTJ, INFJ, ISTP, xSTP - I am closest to both INJs, and...tend to see eye to eye with at least one of the STPs.

    I used to live with my ENTx dad. The house was extremely messy and I was unable to resolve the issue. The only thing that made it bearable was that I had essentially absolute freedom.

    Before that, with a family friend (?? INFJ? ESFJ? ISFJ?) and her daughter (ESxJ) and boyfriend (IxTx). "normal" family life, more or less.

    Before that, with my INFP mom and 3 sisters (INFJ, IxTx, ExFx). Noisy. Messy. Chaotic.

    Before that, with my parents and sisters. More of the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana View Post
    3 INTJ -- Do not want.

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    No no.. it's those relatives that suck.. not their type

    I very much want INTJ friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana View Post
    ISFJ -- Don't understand eachother.
    Yeah, that's totally how it is with ISFJs, and when two introverts are the exact opposite otherwise, it is quite difficult for them to communicate and keep at it.

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    Younger brother - ISFP - Wonderful although he has poor money management skills which occasionally aggravate me.

    Dad - very intellectual ENTJ - Also wonderful but VERY judgmental and protective.

    Friends - Mostly ESTP and ISTP - good group of guys, not overly sensitive which is a plus but very loyal.

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