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    So I've got a mom. She's INFj. I benefit her. So I've met some ESTjs. So I supervise ESTjs. So, what I did is asked a random ESTj to help with her issues. Cool?

    Well, now, the result is that I have good help for her, and am thankful to the ESTj, like he helped. Kind of awkward, cause a supervisor asking a supervisee for help is demeaning. Interesting though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alomoes View Post
    So I've got a mom. She's INFj. I benefit her. So I've met some ESTjs. So I supervise ESTjs. So, what I did is asked a random ESTj to help with her issues. Cool?

    Well, now, the result is that I have good help for her, and am thankful to the ESTj, like he helped. Kind of awkward, cause a supervisor asking a supervisee for help is demeaning. Interesting though.
    No, that's pretty ingenious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alomoes View Post
    So, what I did is asked a random ESTj to help with her issues.
    With random you may ask nothing. If that ESTJ has an interest to your family, - decribe problems and say what a help you are wanting. Then relax and hear what is needed to be done.

    > cause a supervisor asking a supervisee for help is demeaning. Interesting though.

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    yeah this is the most roundabout way to try and make playing matchmaker sound sophisticated that I've ever heard. with a little bit of "I BENEFITED my BENEFICIARY" lol!

    sounds beta

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    @Alomoes, In a sense, you seem to be putting yourself at arms-length from both these relationships, which is somewhat typical. Asking someone else of any type to deal with a parent's issue can be seen as trivializing everything including both parties so the word 'demeaning' shouldn't be that applicable to you. I look at both these relationships as a kind of blindness by both the benefactor and the supervisor, but not in the other direction - and this can be viewed as a rather revealing example so I agree it's interesting....

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