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PHQ | QUESTIONS FROM COMMUNITY: In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about personalities in children and how early you can tell a child’s type.

In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about personalities in children and how early you can tell a child's type. #myersbriggs #childrenspersonalities

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  • Intuitive
    • Intuitive
    • July 16, 2017 at 8:31 pm

    Do all children, including sensory types have an intuitive quality?

    I feel all children are able to use their “imaginations” and think in ideas and concepts?

    Perhaps as people get older, they lose this intuitive trait, if they’re sensory types?

  • Elaine
    • Elaine
    • October 30, 2015 at 12:25 am

    Yeah, I agree about focusing on the Driver and 10 year old process a lot more when we were children. I’m an INTP and I remember spending a lot of time using my Si. I liked memorising facts, collecting trading cards, reading about things which had a lot of detail, routines, remembering situations and analysing them with my Ti etc.

    But I remember having an interest in Ne-based activities as well, riding my bike to new places, drawing my own inventions and learning new knowledge from encyclopaedias.

    I think it was around the 11 or 12 age when my Ne started to really kick in and I started to notice myself developing a lot more creativity. And at that age as well, I started ignoring the rules and routines (which led to a few arguments with my mother haha!) and was something I never would have thought to have done when I was a child. Ne shook up my pre-existing views of the world and I started to see it as something more exciting and changeable.

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