This new edition of this fascinating and revealing book offers a beginner's guide to the 'Myers-Briggs Type Indicator', showing how your personality type and temperament affects all aspects of your life and relationships with others. The MBTI can help you discover why you think and behave in certain ways, and why other people respond to you as they do. It can help you identify your major strengths - what makes you do some things better than others - and it can help you make more of those aspects of your personality that may be lying dormant and under-developed. The MBTI can be helpful in improving all kinds of relationships - whether you're at home with your family, at work with your colleagues, or perhaps on a course studying for an exam. It can also be helpful in understanding the life of the Church; why people have different ways of responding to God, both emotionally and intellectually; why some are attracted to a particular kind of church; and why some prefer to pray in one way and not in others. In all these areas of life, the MBTI has proved itself an invaluable means of achieving a deeper self-understanding. It can also lead to a greater sense of self-worth and a richer and more realistic appreciation of other people. 'A delightful introduction to my mother's work'. Peter Briggs Myers.