To receive help in a practial matter, I turn to the arthouse.
My ISFP sister, since yesterday 22 years old, lives in a small town, a rather isolated village, has completed her vocational training and is now working in an unfulfilling job with no opportunity for personal and professional development. She feels, I hear from our mother, the urge to do more with her life but at the same time does not quite know what goals to pursue, what profession to take. It is only because I wrote an application for her six years ago that she has her current occupation. She also does not want to leave our father who, with his girlfriend and one of her children, is living in the same village. But in order to change and better her situation, she has to move to another city.
I do not know whether she has any real hobby or interest; she used to ride horses, possesses a dog, music by Pink and a boyfriend with a childish mind. She is not stupid but not so much into educating herself either.
My questions, now, are: How do I persuade her to move, to begin another career - one that she actually has an interest in - and how do I arrange her separation from my ISFJ father so that may not hurt all too much?
O, I am fully aware of the fact that I am asking a lot from so little data.