…what intertype relationships with their biological kids is it most common for the parents to have?
Here is what I know from my experience. In my experience I have seen families where the parents who are duals of each other are the benefactor/supervisor of a child, their kindred/semi-dual, their activator/mirror or their mirage/business. (I know other intertype relationships exist when the parents are NOT each other’s dual.)
So my question specifically is: Given the dual parents condition, do other kinds of type relationships with kids exist? Curious if one can find conflict in a family that started with duals. Or duality. Curious about those really LARGE families.
More specifics on my observations:
I know of families having TWO kids where the kids are kindred to each other, one kid is the supervisee/benefactee of the parents and the other kid is the activator/mirror of the parents. Birth order doesn’t seem to matter as to which type comes first.
Also I have seen two kids being each other’s mirror, and the parents being the mirage/business and supervisor/benefactor of the kids.
Also have seen families with just one child, where the child was the kindred/semi-dual.
Also I know of a family with two kids where all I know is that one child has a kindred/semi-dual relationship with the parents, and I don’t know the other child’s type, so I am curious what that type may be.
And maybe this should be a poll.
AND ... as an aside to an already long post, I noticed something in Wikipedia about a Russian study of what precisely it IS that determine’s a child’s type but I don’t have access to the study (and would have to have it translated somehow). If you’re curious, here is the mention: “Recent research conducted by Elena Olkova (www.4kvadra.ru) together with Elena Udalova proves that sociotypes aren't genetically determined but rather form as the result of mother's biggest concerns (which form the vulnerable function of a child) during the pregnancy. During the research, 100 pairs of monozygotic twins were tested and clearly showed different sociotypes (i.e. there were no twins with identical sociotypes found).” What is the expression -- studies, damn lies and statistics?