Originally posted on June 30, 2023 | By John Hackston
Becoming a parent is one of the biggest changes — and maybe one of the biggest challenges — that many of us face in our lives, changing how we interact with the world around us as we keep our bundles of joy healthy, fed, and happy. But whatever our intentions and whatever other people think is “good” parenting, how you parent will also be influenced by our Myers-Briggs personality type.
It’s useful to know about and reflect on our own type’s typical style, but also to know a little about the parenting style of our partner, because our children will notice these differences in our behavior and possibly use these differences to get round us. Instead of running around wondering why you do what you do when it comes to your kids, I’ve briefly outlined some positive — and some maybe not so positive — aspects of the typical parenting style of each of the 16 types.
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