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The effect of being a single parent with children on intertype relationships - as per erotic roles.
What I am getting at is.....
Let's say a female INFj is has children with someone and either the father dies or leaves or whatever. Being an infantile, and being hardwired for a caregiver, it seems much more socially likely for a caregiver type to come and take sympathy on her situation and want to help out with things - give care.
Now, let's say it is an ISTp female in the same situation
She already is a caregiver, and her dual, the ENFp, is looking for someone to give care. Laden with the responsibilities of a child or children already, how likely is the ISTp to really be able to "give care" to an ENFp, or anyone else? There is an issue of priority. And how likely is it for an ISTp to accept the care of someone else? Not likely.
I hope that alludes somewhat do what I am getting at. When a single parent has to care for children, it might distort their ability to relate to types, and perhaps even how they go about their erotic roles.
For an ISFj in that situation, she may receive interest from people, even ENTj, but with her loyalty and priority to her children, would she be able to be the "true aggressor" the ENTj needs in terms of developing a relationship? Would her focus on her kids take away that ability to show the proper initiative?
This is not really conclusive of course, just considering things.