Here’s How Much of a Mom Friend You Are, Based on Your Personality Type

Written By Kirsten Moodie

Here’s How Much of a Mom Friend You Are, Based on Your Personality Type

While some people prefer to give their friends space, others have naturally mothering personality. Here is how much of a mom friend you are, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

INFJs are independent people but at times they can definitely become the mom friend. They are supportive and nurturing people when they truly care for someone, and might become a bit protective. INFJs are also capable of being prepared for things, and will make sure that their loved ones are taken care of. They try not to hover and want to give people space, but they will tend to the needs of their favorite people if it seems necessary.

ENFJ

ENFJs are the ultimate mom friend, who are supportive and always try to take care of their loved ones. They can sometimes be seen as hovering because they can easily worry about the well-being of those around them. When the ENFJ cares for someone they simply want to make sure that their needs are properly met. The ENFJ is also capable of ensuring that they are prepared for any situation, with back up supplies in order to make sure everyone is comfortable.

INFP

INFPs are independent people who prefer to give their loved ones space, but they can be nurturing towards the ones closest to them. They know how to take a step back but if they are needed the INFP will certainly be there. They aren’t often viewed as the mom friend, and might be the friend who ends up being taken care of. INFPs aren’t the type to prepare for every situation, which makes them less of a mom friend than some types.

ENFP

ENFPs are caring and nurturing people, who can sometimes become a bit of a mom friend. They will want to be sure that the people around them are safe and taken care of. They are the type to request that their friends let them know when they get home safely, simply because they worry. While ENFPs do care about the safety of their loved ones, they prefer to have a sense of independence in their relationships. They don’t want to hover and will give people space when it seems important.

 

INTJ

INTJs are definitely not the mom friend of the group, since they prefer to give people space. INTJs aren’t interesting in smothering others, and enjoy being able to have their own sense of independence. While they will be helpful and supportive when they can, INTJs aren’t interested in becoming the caretaker of their friendships. They will be there when they needed, but won’t be the one hovering over their friends insisting that they eat more.

ENTJ

ENTJs are hardworking people who will definitely make sure their loved ones are cared for. While they are supportive and helpful people, they aren’t likely to become the mom friend. ENTJs enjoy having a sense of independence and don’t enjoy people who can’t seem to take care of themselves. They can sometimes find themselves becoming the caretaker in their romantic relationships, since they are responsible and hardworking people. When it comes to friendships the ENTJ is more likely to keep a sense of space.

INTP

INTPs are definitely not the mom friends of their group and prefer to have a sense of independence. INTPs are more likely to end up being friends with someone who nurtures them, since they aren’t always the best at taking care of themselves. While INTPs can be supportive and giving friends, they certainly aren’t the type to hover and become the mothering friend.

ENTP

ENTPs are definitely not the mom friends of their group, and prefer to give people space. They are independent people who prefer to let others do their own thing. ENTPs don’t enjoy having to feel responsible for others, especially when it comes to social situations. They will definitely take care of or help a friend who is in need, but they will wait for that person to ask for help. ENTPs aren’t likely to be smothering, and will find this unnatural.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs are practical people who prefer to have a sense of independence in their relationships. While they are focused on getting things done and working hard, ISTJs do have mom friend moments. They care deeply about their loved ones and are good at tending to their practical needs. If someone close to them isn’t quite prepared for a situation, the ISTJ will step in and assist them. They might not be the affectionate and nurturing mom friend, but they will take care of the needs of those around them.

ESTJ

ESTJs are independent people, and aren’t often seen as the mom friends of their group. They care deeply about their loved ones but they don’t like to be smothering. ESTJs will definitely be there to help out if their friends are in need, and will make sure they are cared for. While ESTJs can be helpful and supportive, they don’t like to be overly hovering and will certainly give people space.

ISFJ

ISFJs are the ultimate mom friends, and are always ready to help and nurture their loved ones. They will go above and beyond to ensure that everyone is safe and taken care of. ISFJs will likely bring extra food or supplies, just to make sure that their friends are properly cared for. They are also likely to go out of their way to make sure everyone is safe and might seem a bit hovering sometimes. ISFJs simply care about the people close to them and want to make sure they are happy.

ESFJ

ESFJs are absolute mom friends, and will go out of their way to make sure everyone is taken care of. Their behavior can sometimes be seen as hovering, since the ESFJ can be a bit pushy when it comes to caring for others. They want to make sure their loved ones are properly nurtured and have everything they need. They will likely give their own food to make sure their friends are fed, and will do whatever they can to make them more comfortable.

 

ISTP

ISTPs are definitely not the mom friends of the group, since they prefer to have their own space. ISTPs don’t enjoy being smothering and definitely don’t want to be smothered. They prefer to maintain a sense of independence and don’t want their friends to invade their privacy. ISTPs are definitely willing to be helpful when it is needed, but aren’t naturally nurturing people.

ESTP

While ESTPs enjoy having a sense of independence, they can definitely be mom friends. They are caring people and want to make sure that their loved ones are happy. They will go out of their way to support the ones around them, and want to make them as comfortable as possible. While ESTPs enjoy living in the moment they can surprise people with their ability to prepare for many different situations. They will likely carry extra clothing in their car, and purchase extra food just in care their loved ones need it.

ISFP

ISFPs are independent people, who don’t often become the mom friend of the group. While they are certainly supportive and loving people, they prefer to give space. For ISFPs it is important to enjoy the present moment, which sometimes makes them less prepared for certain situations. They might end up being the friend that requires a little nurturing, especially when they become distracted by something.

ESFP

ESFPs are fun-loving people who enjoy living in the moment, but they can also be rather nurturing. When the ESFP truly cares for someone they want to make sure they are properly taken care of. They will be there for the people they love and can actually be a bit smothering sometimes. When they feel like someone close to them needs extra assistance, the ESFP will go out of their way to take care of their needs.

 

 

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