While I continue to keep an open mind about my daughter's sociotype, the older she gets the more she exhibits signs that she is an ENFp. I already have a wealth of information that pertains to helping a child become a healthy and successful individual but I was curious if any IEEs(or anybody who had the opportunity to observe an IEE grow from a young age) had experiences or advice they'd like to share. Forcing a person to become something they are not is the last thing I want to do; I strive to encourage my daughter's strengths, teach her discipline, and increase her knowledge and understanding of the universe while being mindful not to overwhelm her. I have a few amazing ENFp friends whose brains I've tapped on this topic but I would like more input in case some of it could aid me in preventing potential problems I haven't foreseen and/or enhance my ability to help this beautiful little girl flourish in the manner she deserves. Thank you in advance.
When you reflect on your childhood...
What were things you feel that helped you to develop beneficial habits/skills?
What things do you wish your parents/mentors would have said and done differently in order to better reach you and help you grow?
Do you feel like you continue struggling with any problems you also dealt with as a youngster and, if so, what methods have you tried that failed to solve these?
Are there any 'words of wisdom' you received or harsh events you experienced that proved pivotal in improving your outlook on life?