Anne Squared

Life filtered through the lens of an INTJ, Mom, and healthcare professional.

Tag Archive for ‘mom’

Parenting an INTJ (1)

I never planned to have children. They never made sense to me, nor did I care to spend time with them. I always thought it was because I was the one of the oldest of a litter of 8. I preferred to read or spend time with animals. Or hanging out with my dad at his clinic, watching procedures and playing in the lab. As an adult, I had a reoccurring dream of a […]

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On Being an (INTJ) Mom

I have two children. One is an INTJ and the other one isn’t. The one that isn’t still lives at home. We have butted heads and danced around each other since the day she was placed in my arms. Tonight, as I was sitting at my computer at the kitchen table, she was talking to me. I was minimally listening, since she is always talking, and I try to keep […]

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