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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayness View Post
    Stephen and I agree that Fi using type 2s are less 'hands on' than Fe using type 2s.
    Could you explain what you mean by that exactly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Etherea View Post
    Could you explain what you mean by that exactly?
    They are less physically affectionate maybe.

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    no I mean, they're less 'assertive' with their help. I can imagine a Fe using type 2 jumping right in and wanting to do things for that other person and offering advice, while a Fi using type 2 are more like cheerleaders and supporters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayness View Post
    no I mean, they're less 'assertive' with their help. I can imagine a Fe using type 2 jumping right in and wanting to do things for that other person and offering advice, while a Fi using type 2 are more like cheerleaders and supporters.
    I agree with this assertion.

    But I was reading somewhere recently that Type 2 is a common type for ESFP's and the way they help is also by giving advice [Fi/Te].

    Usually when I read about ExFJs in general [and assuming that they're talking about Type 2's], there's more talk about how they try to help practically through favours and acts of kindness. Perhaps more ESFJ's than ENFJ's in that regard. It was actually one of the reasons why I started doubting my Fe dominance as well. I am personally much more about fixing problems and giving solutions [Ne/Ti] than anything else when it comes to helping people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    They are less physically affectionate maybe.
    It's possible, but I'm not sure if it's entirely type related.

    I would venture to guess that Fi users would probably be more inclined to having giving as an Fi value ---- and may be able to be more selective in who they give to as well as how they give. But the question as to how they give as opposed to Type 2 Fe-doms is what's eluding me at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phoenix View Post
    It's possible, but I'm not sure if it's entirely type related.

    I would venture to guess that Fi users would probably be more inclined to having giving as an Fi value ---- and may be able to be more selective in who they give to as well as how they give. But the question as to how they give as opposed to Type 2 Fe-doms is what's eluding me at this point.
    For some reason I always saw Fe users as very huggy-feely types.

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    I think a better question would be, "how do you tell the difference between an FJ 9 and an FP 2?". FJ 2s and FP 2s are easy to spot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    I think a better question would be, "how do you tell the difference between an FJ 9 and an FP 2?". FJ 2s and FP 2s are easy to spot

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    4w3 in many ways is actually pretty Fe. they are more openly emotional, frequently compare themselves to others and type 4s as a whole struggle with envy (which I see plenty of Fe users struggling with, but no so many Fi users).
    Interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    I think a better question would be, "how do you tell the difference between an FJ 9 and an FP 2?". FJ 2s and FP 2s are easy to spot

    4w3 in many ways is actually pretty Fe. they are more openly emotional, frequently compare themselves to others and type 4s as a whole struggle with envy (which I see plenty of Fe users struggling with, but no so many Fi users).
    i actually quite often suffer from that fourish envy. only from artists whose work i like and who are more successful than me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayness View Post
    no I mean, they're less 'assertive' with their help. I can imagine a Fe using type 2 jumping right in and wanting to do things for that other person and offering advice, while a Fi using type 2 are more like cheerleaders and supporters.
    I'm somewhat 2 ish I think since it's in my trifix and I would say this is true for me... I also sort of see it in myself when I play hostess. I sort of like to spoil people with things they love... But I don't like to make a fuss about it and it has nothing to do with social niceties or expectations..rather just about that person in particular and making them comfortable.

    The way I do it feels less obvious than the type 2 esfjs I know anyway..but again I'm also not a true 2 so maybe that's all pointless.
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