For anyone with experience (either being a mama yourself, or having an NT mom), how do NTs make out as mothers?
Esp. with the T, how does conveying affection and feeling translate? Or, the NTP scatterbrain (and lack of motivation to care even about one's own physical health, let alone another's)?
* I personally don't know about being a mom, well, at least not biologically, the whole birthing process is quite awful (disgusting?) to me, starting with 9 months of pregnancy and culminating in the painful parting of the red sea....
[and I am highly pain avoidant (physical)]
* And, all my best/closest friends always joke about me being a mother, like it's the most hilarious thing to imagine since we discovered jokes about flatulence.
Although, they all agree I'd be the most awsomest, funnest aunt.
....I guess some insight into changes of self, perspectives that came about [need to come about] when becoming a mother, would be helpful.
And, if you want to get specifics with the four types of NT, that would also be helpful, i.e., giving case examples. Esp. ENTP?
Btw, to all the mamas out there, including the best one (mine - an INFP), my admiration for you cannot be summed up in words! Big up to the nation!