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In this episode, Joel and Antonia continue talking through the personal story of Antonia actually attempting to make peace with her parents.

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 In this episode Joel and Antonia continue talking through the personal story of Antonia actually attempting to make peace with her parents. #podcast #Parents #relationships

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  • Trevor (INTJ)
    • Trevor (INTJ)
    • February 3, 2022 at 3:08 pm

    Hi Antonia & Joel,

    Antonia, thank you for your vulnerability and honesty with regard to reaching out to your parents. I felt a lot of sadness when you said goodbye to your Dad. I have a brother who has discontinued contact with me and my Mom after my Dad’s passing. Interesting enough, I’m the one more on the religious side and him the non-religious side. So I don’t know if or when our relationship will be mended. My Dad and I had our difficulties and they never were resolved before his passing. However, my Dad and I were on our way to working through some stuff during his last few years. So I get some of your difficulty with your parents even though it’s a different situation. As for my faith, it’s often on a workbench so to speak being reconstructed. I have faith and I have doubts. So I do have to work through things. Usually, I’m not concerned about admitting that to people outside of my faith. There are some people inside my faith that I am uncomfortable with admitting that. I believe learning is going from wrong to less wrong. I hope your family relationships improve and I understand watching your expectations with regards to this. Take care

  • Ryan Schitea
    • Ryan Schitea
    • February 28, 2020 at 11:20 pm

    I listen to your podcast on a regular basis and use them to “skim read” personal growth topics on my way to school, by the way all of your ideas so far have been incredibly useful even if they are pretty vague I can implement them into my life and see that they actually help. Ok, anyways, I am an INTP and I don’t cry very often, but as soon as you said “Goodbye Dad” It just literally came out of me in torrential ammounts. Everyone’s saying like “wow, so brave for saying this” but I’d more like to admire it for the intensity of the situation, and it was all real, that’s probably the kicker. The reason it was so intense.

  • Mac
    • Mac
    • October 29, 2019 at 5:25 am

    Oh, Antonia. Thank you for being so open and vulnerable in this podcast. And thank you, Joel, for supporting her in this process.

    One thing that struck me in your story is how you used the tragic clips of Hodor, and even of others watching and reacting to it, to better access feelings that weren’t immediately available to you as an ENtP. I thought this was a brilliant move on your part and nodded when Joel the Enfp (like me) said it was a foreign concept to not be able to easily access his feelings. So this made me wonder what kinds of similar hacks might be used by other Types to access parts of them that need to be addressed but also aren’t simple to tap into. Like, if we feelers need to tap into our thinking to better solve a problem, what would some equivalent (to watching tragic hodor, followed by all-loving Mr. Rogers) exercise be for us? Thx

  • Micke Goteman
    • Micke Goteman
    • October 6, 2019 at 7:40 am

    Antonia & Joel,
    My younger brother introduced me to the PH podcast about a 3-4 weeks ago when I expressed some real interest in MBTI which he has been more into for years. I’m an ENFP, Enneagram 4 Sx/So, 34 years old and for the past 2+ years I’ve been going through a major world view deconstruction where I felt compelled to leave my entire evangelical Christian faith behind as it felt very obvious that I had to move towards something bigger… so much learning, meditation and ego work. It’s been an amazing ride so far, and I’m so grateful.

    In the past few weeks I think I have plowed through about 75% if your whole back catalogue of episodes, but I wanted you to know that THIS is the first time I actually took the step to make a comment following an episode. I love your podcast and your approach so much, but this was the most amazing episode I have heard to date. The perspective and “largeness” represented in this episode is just resonating with my soul on a level that I can’t put into words. The combination of our own deep needs and work, combined with such respect and ability to hold space for the complexity that is other humans, memes, etc. This is just the kind of posture that inspires me. Thank you Antonia, and Joel for the work you have done in your own lives and for not holding yourselves back from believing it’s worth it to share your journeys with the world.

    I know that you already know that it makes a difference in people’s lives, but I can’t stop myself from joining that chorus. You are incredible, and I will be following your work. So much love and gratitude dear friends.

  • Jennifer
    • Jennifer
    • February 28, 2019 at 1:36 am

    Antonia, thank you for your vulnerability, and the detailed rundown of your own immediate processing. How you perceived the entire interaction, as well as the thoughtful intentions behind your own actions. It was… a privilege to hear how you managed the experience internally and externally, I learned a lot and I have a lot to think about. Finally, I’m so sorry. Truly my heart goes out to you. I just finished listening to this (parts one and two back to back), and I wish I could hug you. I’ve been listening to your podcast regularly for only about 6 months now, and definitely have a lot to catch up on, but I like you. I’m INFJ, and have a lot of the same harmony processes as you do, Antonia, and you do a really great job of describing how accuracy works and what it looks like in action ?. I appreciate your methodology, I like your voice (not a small compliment coming from me), and I love hearing the love and respect between you and Joel. Thanks to both of you, for the gift that is personality hacker and sharing yourselves with the world – podcasts feel very intimate to me. There’s more I’d like to say, but I’m going to post this before I delete it, and allow an emotional expression from a stranger (me) to sit uncomfortably out there for you Antonia.
    Thanks Joel for the courage to put this out there.

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