How can an ESFJ Child be described?

ESFJ children are sensitive and practical. They want to be loved and appreciated, and like all SJ children, they crave structure, consistency, and familiarity. ESFJ children are very family-oriented, very affectionate, and easily make new friends.

(Susan Storm, 2015.)

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