PHQ | QUESTIONS: How To Engage 10-Yr-Old Cognitive Function In Play

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PHQ | QUESTIONS FROM COMMUNITY: In this episode, Joel and Antonia answer a listener question about how to engage the 10-year-old cognitive function in play.

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In this episode, Joel and Antonia answer a listener question about how to engage the 10-year-old cognitive function in play. #myersbriggs

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  • Forrest
    Reply

    I’m with Melissa-I have listened to this podcast three times trying to come up with ideas for how to engage my tertiary process”in play” (ISFJ)

    • Kristine
      Reply

      I truly hope that Antonia and Joel can elaborate a bit more on this because it has always confused me… How to use Ti In times of player intimacy as an INFJ?

      • Kristine
        Reply

        *play or intimacy

      • Sophie
        Reply

        Fellow INFJ here – for I*FJs using Accuracy (Ti) as a 10-year-old process, how about puzzles and mind-games? I often do puzzles and crosswords, etc to keep the know-it-all 10-year-old inside of me happy!
        Alternatively, maybe reading more non-fiction, e.g. science or history?

  • caty
    Reply

    thank you guys so much for this great advice.

  • Melissa
    Reply

    This is super interesting! Can you give a quick example of ways to engage your 10-year-old if it’s Fi, Se, Ti, Ne, or Ni (the ones that weren’t discussed in the podcast)? For example, I’m an INTJ, and I’m not sure what using my Fi in “times of play” would look like. Thanks!

    • Midgee
      Reply

      You didn’t ask me, but for my INTJ husband, his Fi times of play tend to involve a combination of Te and Fi. For example, he designs a functional object, but then he takes the time to allow Fi (and even Se) to make it beautiful. He usually only unleashes Fi once the Te part is taken care of, though. I mean, that’s when it’s conscious and controlled. The loop obviously looks different.

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