I found this on a blog today. I thought I would share it with you all.
Your type is: isfp —The “Giving” Mother
“A people pleaser from Day One, it took me 30 years to
figure out I could say ‘no.’”
* Quiet and unassuming in her devotion, the ISFP mother is responsive to her children’s needs, offering behind-the-scenes love and support. She is gentle and non-intrusive, flexible and adaptable.
* A “be there” mother, the ISFP takes pleasure in physically caring for her children and doing for them. Her best times might be “doing little things” with each child one-on-one.
* More than anything, the ISFP mother wants her children to know they are loved. And she enjoys being needed in return.
* Dedicated to raising children who are responsible and care for others, she favors a non-directive approach: instilling values by setting a good example. She may be a strong role model for community service.
So what is your mother style? Check it out here.
Have a good night. I'm off to work on more lesson plans!
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