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Your mother MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Your mother'
Your mother MBTI type

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ESFJ - 28
ISFJ - 17
INFJ - 13
INFP - 11
ESFP - 11
ISTJ - 11
ESTJ - 11
ISFP - 6
ENFJ - 5
ENFP - 4
ESTP - 2
ISTP - 2
INTP - 1
ENTP - 1

[Famous ESFJs]

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6W7 - 22
2W3 - 19
6W5 - 10
1W2 - 9
2W1 - 8
1W9 - 5
9W1 - 4
4W3 - 3
4W5 - 2
8W7 - 2
3W2 - 1
5W4 - 1
5W6 - 1
7W6 - 1
8W9 - 1
9W8 - 1

[Famous Enneagram 6]

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My mother is a pretty unhealthy ENFP 4w3 sx/so. When she's in a good mood she's one of the best people ever but when she's in a bad mood she's the absolute WORST. I think the fact that we're both 4s and xNFPs makes her unhealthy behaviour even more frustrating to watch because I'm so familiar with the root cause of her behaviour and yet she has no awareness of it at all and is more interested in self pity than self development. I think two similar types can be really beneficial for each other if they're both into personal development or at similar health levels, but when they're not it's SO frustrating.

MBTI type of Your mother

.My mom is an ISFJ, and probably a type 6 sp/so or so/sp. Above all, she wants safety and order for herself and for the people she cares about.

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. Things ought to be done in a certain way domestically and socially--she's almost too gracious and polite of a host. She pretty much does the same thing every day, but she doesn't get bored of it (???) Once I get past her worries about things being in order and safe enough, though, she can be fun to talk to.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Your mother. She knows a lot about history and all in all is a warm person. My Dad is an ISTJ and together they basically live in a safe fortress of material stability and ideas that don't change that much.Which of the 16 personality types is Your mother?.My mother definitely has Fe, which she is constantly trying to force me to use, more or less. She also probably uses Si, so it's either ISFJ or ESFJ. Tendency towards ESFJ.i have so much trouble typing her due to how unhealthy she was, but xsfx for sure@5tar - thank you. I lean more towards ESTJ too because it's almost like the empathy/nurturing switch that gets flipped on when a woman becomes a mother kind of didn't exist in her. Not to say she was a bad mom (she gave me very sound financial advice when I was young that kept me out of debt going into college), but she's sort of...testy. One of her favorite phrases is "tough shitsky", as if she's pretending to be Russian. I also got called "Princess" a lot growing up because I wasn't as obsessed with cleaning as she was.@codeaires sounds more ESTJI'm pretty sure my mom is either ESTJ or ISTJ. She's a hard worker, doesn't like down time much at all, very impartial ("Sucks to be you!", "Tough cookies"), and has this sort of way about her that suggests that if something isn't important to her, it shouldn't be important to anybody else. She's very talkative but also likes having time to herself, too. Does that sound more ESTJ-ish or ISTJ-ish?Actually. I think she's a very unhealthy Fi-userLazy ISFP who is more like a weird aunt or some biz.I'm an INFP, my mom's an INFP, and my grandmother (her mom) is an INFP. So, I suppose if I ever have a daughter, she'll also be an INFP lol.My mom is a huge ESFP. She was fun to play with but she held her personal feelings so close to her that I couldn't talk to her without it seeming like an argument.My mom's an ENFJ too. She has a few superstitions and always thinks her dreams are an omen or some shit.Well. If you want rarity, here's someone with an INTP mother.Wow. I'm the only one on here with an ENFJ mother? Interesting! But looks like my mom's Enneagram type is the most common! She's a 2w3.My mom is INFP. And she is alive and well, thank you.Lol. Sounds very cool really.I'm assuming. I don't want to bring out the 'Sciences = NT', but the most of the time acts very logical, read science books and criticize EVERYTHING and EVERY TREND(Is one of the most cool things about her). The inferior Fe comes when she normally doesn't give a crap about some social norms or avoid even familiar contact sometimes. Last thing to add, she's nerdy.INTP mother, pretty interesting. How did you know she was INTP?It makes sense :P. And we get along well, but you didn't watch her with my ESTP bro, there's parental love, but not very, let's say "personal" tho.Therefore your mom is INTP.And if they do, they end up killing themselves.INFP women don't have children.As for the mom stereotype we assign ESFJ, I think mine is INTP or INFP as second thought. She is sometimes caring, making me mistype her as a feeler, but, y'know, we're talking about moms, they get Fe from nothing. She is a Maths/physics teacher and, when I'm with her I REALLY feel myself as a feeler, she is pretty cold the half of the time.My mom is an ESFJ, and my dad is an INTJ. How THAT match happened is anyone's guess. Interestingly, me and my sister are each shadows of our opposite-gender parent (INTP and ESFP, respectively).I don't think it's possible to change type, but learning to assimilate the role that's expected of you, perhaps. I mean, Fe is truly a female archetypal function, and assuming the role of a mom can possibly bring out Fe in females? This can come more natural to an Fe user, I think. But ENFP has Fe id too, so I guess she can do it, even when not intending to. I don't know about other types though.I don't discard type switches, one of my best friend's mother, from I heard, for me was very ENFP and she ended up on an ESFJ, at least, role. Don't know if her cognition still the same.It seems like, days back, women were really concerned to be as SFJ types in society. Working on really stable environments and doing home laborial work, not to forget that they were the ones to take care of kids and things like that. Maybe, they were educated to fit roles that are roles mainly well for SFJs. So, maybe they were SFJs from before. Something like that happened to men with STJ types, but much less, you know, patriarchy.Not sure if every mom is an ESFJ, or being a mom makes one an ESFJ. lol.ESTJ mom ISTJ step dad ESFP dadISTJ dad, and ISFJ Mother... Smh