No, that's not a personal request (though isn't it what we all want, really?). It's the title of a book by psychologist David Kiersey that discusses, in depth, the 16 MBTI types: How each perceives the world, how each works, the most effective communication style to use with each - and also how each type functions in relationships and as a parent.
I swear, it's not a cult. It's not astrology. It's nothing like Six Sigma. It's just a better way for us all to get along (who brought the CokeTM?)
(full disclosure: my father mentored Isabel Briggs-Meyers while she was developing the test in the 1950s, I think. He thought she was brilliant, but the rest of his staff couldn't stand that she walked around in sneakers, and apparently they told him she drank all the coffee. I would've liked her.)