Stealing foxingtits idea. Academically driven woman (always pushed me to do better in school). She was the only one out of her 14 siblings to go to college, obtaining a degree in pharmacy. EXTREMELY family driven, and this was the reason why she decided to go back to her hometown and start her own business to be around her siblings, as well as start a family. Very fond of her catholic religion, even if she claims to have read a lot of books that should disprove it. Not overly spiritual, but always tries to support her actions by some action of god or Jesus Christ. My dad passed away 9 years ago, and hasn't had a relationship since.
Super emotional. I will always try to reason with her when she's being overly demanding, and she constantly goes "well I guess I must be wrong for having emotions" or something like that. Very manipulative with crying and so, for which I had to learn to ignore in order to prove her wrong when she blatantly was.
Our relationship has improved ever since I moved away. She tended to be quite overbearing and overprotective, rarely allowing me to grow up according to my age. When she grounded me it was always a bit excessive, especially when compared to my friends. Her reasoning for her obsessive grounding, when questioned, was "Their parents probably don't love them as much as I do to you. It's for your best". I moved away for college as soon as I was able to, and now we get along better that she doesn't have any type of control over me.
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As for other systems go, she types herself an ISFJ 2.