When you know your personality type (and your kids’!), you can adjust your expectations of yourself and others to be realistic.
However, what is really useful information when you know your type is to know your preferred way to extrovert (because even introverts have to deal with other people and make things happen in the world) and your preferred way to introvert (because even extroverts have to know with what’s important to them and make connections in their minds).
This delves into the world of cognitive functions – the next level of Myers-Briggs typing.
It can be confusing, but I’ve got you covered with a simplified, practical reference.