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Knowing your personality primary traits as a parent further impacts how you decide to parent. Read below for more on Myers Briggs The Advocate (INFJ) personality trait for parenting.
The Advocate is someone with the Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Judging personality traits. They tend to approach life with deep thoughtfulness and imagination. Their inner vision, personal values, and a quiet, principled version of humanism guide them in all things.
Advocates are the rarest of all personality traits.
Leaving their marks on the world, advocates are known for taking dreams and putting them into action. Advocates understand that their moves impact their own lifetime goals and dreams. As a result, meticulous steps are taken to reach these same goals.
Advocates are passionate and purposeful.
Speaking up for what’s right with conviction, advocates are known for vocalizing their truths and those of others. While this is a major trait of an advocate, there is a tendency to choose peace rather than confrontation in some situations. People with this personality type may feel called to use their strengths, including creativity, imagination, and sensitivity, to uplift others and spread compassion. Advocates live on purpose. In the event there is an injustice taking place, an advocate will voice their position as a means of living on purpose.
Advocates hold core values.
As a means of connecting with others, advocates seek time alone to reconnect and recharge. Advocates have a strong sense of self and seek to maintain this as they navigate through life and when interacting with others. Advocates seek the fix the problem but sometimes may neglect themselves in the process.
Parenting 101 for The Advocate
Advocate parents devote a large part of parenthood as a means of reflecting on how to continue to grow with their little one. Advocates seek to build independent children that can form their own ideals and beliefs. Advocates hold their children at a high expectation. Advocate parents with this personality trait tend to believe their children will live in a similar place of integrity as themselves.
Children are taught to fight for a cause at a young age.
As a result of high expectations, parents may view their children as rebellious rather then developing their own belief system.
- Reluctant to open up to others
- Burnout often
- Always seeks extraordinary
Are you the life of the party craving the spotlight? Do you love to shine and entertain those you come in contact with? If so, keep reading.
The Entertainer (ESFP) displays extraverted, observant, feeling and prospecting personality traits. The entertainer is all about vibrant experiences, loves life and taking pleasure in discovering new and different things. The entertainer is a social butterfly and often encourages others to participate.
Entertainers love the spotlight and tend to take center stage. Entertainers love putting on a show for their friends and take pride in simply having a good time with loved ones.
Entertainers are on the move
Entertainers are well groomed, as this personality trait is often compared to actors. In search of environments that support their personality traits, entertainers often move frequently to change their surroundings to best suite their personality needs.
Entertainers are sensitive to the emotions of others. Observant in nature, entertainers are the first to help someone solve a problem while providing emotional support and sound advice. Passionate, drama tends to follow entertainers.
The Entertainer Takes Chances
Taking chances, relying on luck rather than rational and analysis, is a common trend of the entertainer. Entertainers seek challenge and recognize value and quality.
Entertainers can be found where there is laughter, playfulness, and always trying something new and fun. Watch out, entertainers are known to talk for hours. Loved ones appreciate entertainers as they are reliable for sharing emotions, both good and bad. Entertainers are the explorers of life and seek to share these experiences with others.
Parenting 101 for The Entertainer
Playful, genuine, and relaxed are common traits of entertainer-styled parents. The entertainer seeks fun experiences for their children to engage. Entertainers often use exploration when asked a question from their child in order to find the answer. The entertainer is not one to have a routine and would rather take things day-by-day.
Entertainers are the constructers of make believe play.
Trying new things is a large portion of this personality trait. However, discipline is not the strongest suite for entertainer personality types. They seek to protect their children from harm through experiences and observation.
Entertainers provide consistent emotional support through showing warm and affectionate responses to their children. Entertainers are known for being nurturing and encouraging.
- People person
- Conflict adverse
- Easily bored
- Poor planners
Knowing your personality traits as a parent further impacts how you decide to parent. Read below for more on Myers Briggs The Architect (INTJ) personality traits for parents.
Parents, do you like to ask a lot of questions? Are you often involved in overthinking and analytical conversations? If so, keep reading.
An Architect (INTJ) is a person with the Introvert, Intuitive, Thinking, and Judging personality traits. Known as highly intellectual tacticians- they love perfecting the details of life, applying creativity and rationality to everything they do. The inner world of an architect is often a private and innovative.
Architects question everything.
According to MB, architects derive much of their self-esteem from their knowledge and mental acuity. People with this trait may have been labeled as the nerd, studious, or the bookworm.
Unafraid to break the rules, Architects prefer to make their own discoveries and enjoy the process!
Often known as pessimistic and choosing to be right over liked, the architect places a high value on truth and depth. Architects question their involvement with people and may come across as rude or offensive when they are seeking to be honest.
Other Traits Associated with the Architect
Parenting 101 for the Architect
Known to form an honest connection with their children, the Architect demonstrates self control and rationality. This trait also seeks to foster independence in their children. The architect seeks to use knowledge as a course correction and always delivers the hard truths.
While scoring an A+ in encouraging intelligence and analytical skills while parenting, the Architect does not always showcase emotions- as this is not their comfort zone. Very much in control of their emotions, the architect parent often does not initiate cuddling, love, affection, and praise-as it feels unnatural. Since children need emotional support, this area is something that the architect has to work to provide.
- Dismissive of emotions
- Overly critical
The goal for Architects is to raise a competent adult who knows their own mind and solves their own problems through giving their children the tools to do so.