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Is Libby Holman ESTJ or ISFP or other?

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Know your Type in Four simple questions

Question 1 of 4 – What can you relate to the most?
Are involved in what is happening outside and around them
Are immersed in own world of thoughts and feelings
Question 2 of 4 – What can you relate to the most?
Wonder mostly about the past or the future
See everyone and sense everything

Question 3 of 4 – What can you relate to the most?

You connect deeply with others, sharing their joys and sorrows as your own. You share your feelings freely, fostering connection.


You approach the world with logic and reason, seeking clarity and understanding. You focus on facts and enjoy dissecting puzzles and historical events.

Question 4 of 4 – What can you relate to the most?
Plan ahead but act impulsively following the situation
Plan a schedule ahead and tend to follow it

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About Libby Holman

Actress and torch singer who appeared in such Broadway shows as You Never Know, The Little Show, The Garrick Gaieties, and Three s a Crowd.


She graduated from the University of Cincinnati in the early 1920s and subsequently made her Broadway debut in The Sapphire Ring.


She had both male and female lovers and became somewhat infamous for her colorful personal life.


Libby Holman

She was born in Cincinnati, Ohio to Alfred Holzman and Rachel Florence Workum Holzman.


Libby Holman

She appeared with Fred Allen in the 1929 Broadway musical The Little Show.

























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Reviewed by: Johansson M, PsyD

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  1. I might think, INFP as was... Shakespeare and... Charles Schultz.