If you love Thanksgiving, you may be a nurturer
The recipes? Check. The ingredients? Check. The set table? Check. Hours in the kitchen toiling over a hot stove? No problem. Your guests' smiles upon finishing the feast? It is those responses that will make you do just about anything to carve out this holiday as your own.
"Nurturers can even get mad if someone else steps up to the plate to prepare the meal," Yarrow says. "For a nurturer, their pride in their identity is associated with caring and what they can provide to their family and friends. They love having a lot of stuff to do, putting all of those dishes on the table, and getting feedback."
Who else enjoys fall’s biggest banquet? Nurturees, of course. "It’s also the lazy holiday," Yarrow adds. "You can also be that person who just loves to sit back, be served, eat, and watch TV."