I know it's more difficult to type somebody when they're not around and without their own input course...not to mention the fact that it entails talking about him behind their backs, which in some circles might be considered rude, crude, vulgar and socially objectionable! (Especially as my OWN type isn't even set in stone yet...)
...But then again that just makes it extra fun on BOTH counts as well now doesn't it, hehe ;D
SO, based on these descriptions would anyone like to take a stab at what my dearly beloved familia might be??
Alright, let's be genteel about things and start with my mother: the best adjectives to describe my mother might be hyper and hyperemotional! She's DEEPLY compassionate, sensitive, has difficulty letting go of even small things and never under any circumstances treats anyone with cold detachment. Everything is seen and done based on feelings. Yet at the same time, she's the ultimate nonconformist and iconoclast, marching only and ever to the beat of her own drum. She is spontaneous and comes up with ideas very quickly, likes to be all over the place at once trying new things and detests routine, but is indecisive and often doesn't follow-through. Perhaps my greatest challenge in assessing her comes with the intraversion/extraversion paradigm: she is a self-described loner, likes to keep to herself and doesn't enjoy being in social circles; after being in public she needs alone time to 'recharge' - like an introvert. But at the same time, when she IS in public she is extremely expressive, blunt, loud and open, with no interest in internalizing her thoughts or emotions or keeping anything to herself - which sounds rather more like extraversion territory.
Okay, now on to the OTHER parental unit: my father. He is basically...well, the opposite of my mother. Mellow, conservative, a follower of tradition who while stubbornly set in his ways and fond of systematizing and order doesn't enjoy heated argument and shies away from crowds. Not an outside-the-box thinker, he'll 'go with the flow', takes things slowly, and prefers routine to novelty, peace and security to adventure.
And finally...my fellow progeny: the bro. My brother definitely likes to keep to himself, is shy and prefers reading alone to being with crowds; not a partyer. But, he finds a release from this through his love of acting. He is a creature of routine and repetition, doesn't like to try things that deviate from his 'comfort zone' of the norm. He likes to keep his inner thoughts private, and comes off as reserved and unaffectionate...yet when you know him better, while still uncomfortable expressing affection, he is deeply sensitive and has a very caring heart, doesn't want people to be hurt. Around those he knows and feels comfortable with, he tends to be very talkative and hyperactive, in contrast to his quiet and somewhat formal nature in public.
So, whaddaya all think? Quite a diverse bunch, aren't they? (All wonderful people though, of course!)
Anything else you need to know about them to make an assessment??