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    How would you describe the way you process emotion personally (not necessarily in MBTI terms)

    "not very well"

    Either I feel it and acknowledge it, and don't know what to do with it

    or I numb it out.



    You do feel an emotion quickly or slowly in response to a situation?


    Often immediately. I feel anger and happiness very quickly, if the situation promotes either of those emotions.
    I do experience blocking and numbing when I am in a high stress situation. I handle situations like that very well. Later on, it really hits me.

    Are your emotions intense or more lightly felt?

    Good question. I do feel overpowering emotions generally because I'm battling an addiction right now, and the highs and lows of it are great. But other than that, my experience of emotions has been pretty even par. Moderately felt. Apart from depression, in which I feel numb.


    When you experience an emotion, can you identify its source and understand why?


    Often. But this has taken many years... learning and practicing self awareness and observation is an skill that is easily lost if you don't use it often i.e. daily

    Are your emotions pure and singular, or do they tend to be a mix of multiple feelings in a more layered and nuanced manner?

    Multiple. I often feel overwhelmed by the tangled emotions that sometimes engulf me. My emotions are only intense when they are layered upon others.

    How much of your emotional experience lies beneath the surface in your subconscious and how much is consciously felt and known?

    I repress a lot of emotions. A lot. Particularly anger and sadness.

    How do you view the role of emotions in your life? Is it important to you to feel? Does it provide you with insight or do they get in the way of other things?

    A bit of both. I am working my way towards being able to extract individual emotions, instead of feeling overwhelmed all the time. I often appear cold to the outside world- I do withold my emotions as not to bother anyone. I don't enjoy depending or 'dumping' on people. But I find emotions are a good feedback system IF they are teamed with self awareness. The second point is a MUST. Emotions left to their own devices don't do anybody any favours.

    How do you react to people who experience emotion in an opposite way from how you do?

    I used to question people over this - especially the a-emotional. With maturity, learning about myself, and others, I have learnt people experience, and deal with emotions in very different ways, and the manifest in people uniquely.
    I tend to deal with emotions in a variety of ways, but generally I rarely outwardly express them. So I suppose people who outwardly express their feelings, is the opposite reaction to mine. I do respect people who are like this, and sometimes I wish I could do the same myself. I believe expression of emotion helps people in their own lives and their relationships (especially if it's their relationship with me!). But I don't like excessive over the top explosions. A few times a year is ok, but any more than that is really pushing it.
    I'm ok with enthusiasm, and joy, as long as it's honest. I enjoy being in environments such as this. They rub off on me.

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    You do feel an emotion quickly or slowly in response to a situation?
    It's dependant upon my awareness of the situation. If I am "there", I feel it immediately. If I am distanced, my emotions might linger beneath me until I gain a grip of reality again.
    More often than not, I notice emotions quickly.

    Are your emotions intense or more lightly felt?
    Situation dependant, if I allow myself; they are strongly felt and more often than not, thickly layered. If I don't, feelings become as light as feathers.

    When you experience an emotion, can you identify its source and understand why?
    Yes. I've had troubles with not noting how/why at an earlier age, but I have taught myself in the art and have become quite aware.

    Are your emotions pure and singular, or do they tend to be a mix of multiple feelings in a more layered and nuanced manner?
    When I feel, it tends to be a spectrum of emotions, ideas and images in one singular feeling. Taken apart, it's easy to notice which of the feelings are the strongest and most influencing upon my physical self. Analyzed and woven together with the others, creates whole new symphonies of attributes; just as metal alloys, woven with great care and definite proportions to gain a new material with attributes one seeks.

    How much of your emotional experience lies beneath the surface in your subconscious and how much is consciously felt and known?
    An out-of-my-ass ratio: just about 40% lies beneath my conscious efforts. I do not, however, imply that those emotions are strong nor light. As of that, I do now know until I gain awareness of them. Since I begun to meditate, more emotional data seeps into my conscious and is analyzed accordingly to my skill as of here and now.

    How do you view the role of emotions in your life? Is it important to you to feel? Does it provide you with insight or do they get in the way of other things?
    Emotions are just as valued as rational thought. Emotions tend to dim the mind but also give way to insight one might not have encountered another way. Likewise with rational thought, although with much more clarity and tends to focus on physical aspects (however imagined they may be).

    How do you react to people who experience emotion in an opposite way from how you do?
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    How would you describe the way you process emotion personally (not necessarily in MBTI terms)

    i know what the right emotion to emote is. depending on company, i might (not) actually emote


    You do feel an emotion quickly or slowly in response to a situation?
    quickly

    emotion is a felt deeply and quickly though it IS, for the most part, guided by Ti



    Are your emotions intense or more lightly felt?

    well...depends on the situation. though i lean towards intense

    i should clarify that not a lot of things trigger my feelings. to me, understanding comes first, then the emotion...for most things


    When you experience an emotion, can you identify its source and understand why?

    yes. i dunno. i just know.
    then if i rationalize it, i come up with a way (usually very idealistic) to balance it



    Are your emotions pure and singular, or do they tend to be a mix of multiple feelings in a more layered and nuanced manner?

    very good question. i have been wondering this for the past few months.

    they start off as mixed then only the most significant remains. i try to will away or sweat away any negative emotions.

    i am able to isolate each emotion to its particular cause. i think this is what makes me so laid-back and thick-skinned. i dont get offended easily because i can usually see why people are doing something to me. understanding leads to a more thought-out response from me.



    How much of your emotional experience lies beneath the surface in your subconscious and how much is consciously felt and known?

    for the most part i think my emotional state is a part of my conscious self. though there have been instances when my feelings (the correct word here is 'reactions', but reactions can be factored to feelings) were surprising to me.

    so about 5%, of my emotions, when dealing with less important situations/relationships, come from the subconscious. far more so if im invested in the relationship. i try to NEVER be invested in a situation. it is important for you to know that i dont make a conscious choice to be invested in a relationship...it just happens (or doesn't )thru the subconcious


    How do you view the role of emotions in your life? Is it important to you to feel? Does it provide you with insight or do they get in the way of other things?

    it is very important to feel. the construct of feeling covers human needs such as contentment and happiness which exist and affect you whether or not you choose to believe in them.

    feelings are also a very good feedback mechanism for growth and self-discovery. provide with insight to human motivations with which you can judge yourself and make sure your thoughts and actions are aligned with your morality/conscience

    there are times when feelings get in the way and cloud your judgment but that is a final warning signal that you need to pay attention to the cause NOW! you must do something about it. its like the ringtone on some cellphones. when someone calls you, the first ring is at volume 5; second is at volume 6, third at 7. if you answered the call (or pressed the mute button) at the second ring, you wouldnt have to hear the annoying ring being played at an even louder decibel the third time.

    that time when feelings cloud your judgment, is the time when you really really need to pay attention to them and come to terms with them


    How do you react to people who experience emotion in an opposite way from how you do?


    with understanding though sometimes i do laugh at their expense cuz i get this feeling of superiority that i have a better understanding of my feelings than most

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    You do feel an emotion quickly or slowly in response to a situation?


    In most situation I don't have any clear emotional response.
    But I instantly konw is it good or bad situation for me.



    Are your emotions intense or more lightly felt?


    Lightly.


    When you experience an emotion, can you identify its source and understand why?

    It is possibe to feel a emotion and not knowing from where it came from ?

    I guess you can.


    Are your emotions pure and singular, or do they tend to be a mix of multiple feelings in a more layered and nuanced manner?

    Pure and singular.


    How much of your emotional experience lies beneath the surface in your subconscious and how much is consciously felt and known?

    I am not sure you can measure/know this.


    How do you view the role of emotions in your life? Is it important to you to feel? Does it provide you with insight or do they get in the way of other things?

    From perspective of others am not that much emotional person and I don't feel that much. But to be honest with everybody I think that I could use more of them in life.

    I certanly could not survive without any of them. In my life they are mostly "I agree" and " I don't agree" value judgments.

    Btw I think you have a hole in you logic here. I think that the insight comes from the the intuition not emotion. (since emotion is the outcome)


    How do you react to people who experience emotion in an opposite way from how you do?

    I don't pay that much attantion to them in the first place.
    But if I do I either roll my eyes or I will be teasing them because of their feeling side. Or I will just talk to them.

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    You do feel an emotion quickly or slowly in response to a situation?
    Quickly. Extremely quickly, but i don't react frequently even if there's an immediate emotional response.

    Are your emotions intense or more lightly felt?
    Intense. My comfort level with other people and their understanding would determine if that comes across more or less though.

    When you experience an emotion, can you identify its source and understand why?
    Usually, yes.

    Are your emotions pure and singular, or do they tend to be a mix of multiple feelings in a more layered and nuanced manner?
    A mixture. Some situations can invoke both positive and negative emotions so i sift through those, or multiple negative emotions and vice versa.

    How much of your emotional experience lies beneath the surface in your subconscious and how much is consciously felt and known?*
    I'm aware of my emotions constantly, but they are contained internally a lot of the time. I, in a way, put them on a shelf and pick and choose which to utilize when i am more prepared or in need. Sometimes they overwhelm because i'm human and it's hard to keep emotions shelved, but otherwise they stay in place.

    How do you view the role of emotions in your life? Is it important to you to feel? Does it provide you with insight or do they get in the way of other things?
    They are important to me and it is important for me to feel. I find it to be an amazing part of being human and that it should be embraced, yet people don't prefer embracing it. It got in the way in the past and still does in certain situations, but i have a more functional system of analyzing my emotions and utilizing them for advice and personal growth.

    How do you react to people who experience emotion in an opposite way from how you do?
    I think they fall under both sides of the spectrum. Others who experience intensely tend to have less of a hold/understanding on their emotions. Others who experience lightly can rarely grasp where i am coming from and view me as the intense people that i don't fit in with.
    It's an isolating feeling. (and i've used that word more on this forum than ever before in my life)
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    You do feel an emotion quickly or slowly in response to a situation?
    Quickly. Sometimes too quickly--I don't have time to compose myself.

    Are your emotions intense or more lightly felt?
    Intense. I'm a bit too expressive about what's inside.

    When you experience an emotion, can you identify its source and understand why?
    Yep. Because I sort through every little nuance, and can tell you exactly why I feel sad, guilty, happy, loved, etc. Try and get me to shut up about it, sometime.

    Are your emotions pure and singular, or do they tend to be a mix of multiple feelings in a more layered and nuanced manner?
    Certainly multiple. I don't think I ever feel just one pure feeling, ever. I feel sad because I feel guilty, or I feel happy because I feel loved, etc. I get nervous because I'm overjoyed and anticipating something wonderful and then scared because it might not live up to my expectations. Etc, etc.

    How much of your emotional experience lies beneath the surface in your subconscious and how much is consciously felt and known?*

    Yeeeeah, it's conscious, pretty much. Only time I can recall it was subconscious, maybe, was when I was telling my boyfriend about my best friend getting married and how happy I was for her then suddenly found myself crying. Stunned me that I was actually sad about losing her, not happy for her at all.

    How do you view the role of emotions in your life? Is it important to you to feel? Does it provide you with insight or do they get in the way of other things?
    I think they're important, personally, because saying they're not would mean lots of my existence was wasted on nothing important at all. I need to get through feelings to function. If I ignore them and say they're easy to put off figuring out, I literally can't live properly. The absolute worst instance I can think of was being unable to eat or sleep or focus or smile until I solved an emotional issue. Lasted two days.

    How do you react to people who experience emotion in an opposite way from how you do?
    Stupidly. I try and get them to talk about it because I assume they're just like me, when in actuality they just want to do something to get their mind off it so they can rationalize it later.
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    You do feel an emotion quickly or slowly in response to a situation?

    Usually fairly quickly. Sometimes my emotional reaction can lag a bit, as can my intellectual understanding.

    Are your emotions intense or more lightly felt?

    It varies. Generally I feel like I manage to keep them in a fairly moderate range as I go through my day.

    When you experience an emotion, can you identify its source and understand why?

    Usually I know why right away. Occasionally, it will take me a bit to puzzle it out. For example, I might get angry when someone is attempting to subtly manipulate me, and become aware of the anger before its source. Other times, there might be some nagging emotion that causes me to go back and review some interaction.

    Are your emotions pure and singular, or do they tend to be a mix of multiple feelings in a more layered and nuanced manner?

    Almost always mixed and layered, although I can usually identify the components.

    How much of your emotional experience lies beneath the surface in your subconscious and how much is consciously felt and known?*

    I think I'm aware of a lot, but there's definitely stuff I'm unaware of. Occasionally, some of what I've been repressing or suppressing because conscious, and demands some internal spelunking.

    How do you view the role of emotions in your life? Is it important to you to feel? Does it provide you with insight or do they get in the way of other things?

    Definitely important to feel, and I'd say my emotions are very important to me. They add depth and meaning to my day to day life. They often communicate things that I consciously have missed. They often represent subconscious (if not always correct) judgements and perceptions.

    Emotions aren't always convenient, though, and sometimes having to deal with them is a drag.

    How do you react to people who experience emotion in an opposite way from how you do?

    I sometimes have problems with people who routinely suppress their emotions, and yet those emotions leak out under the surface and clearly influence their decisions and actions. When there is a huge disconnect between what people say they are feeling, and what I perceive they are feeling, I tend to feel off-kilter and as though I am losing my grip on the reality of the situation. I generally take people at their word, but sometimes that forces me to ignore what I am perceiving. Generally I find that if I have a whole series of sustained perceptions, there is some cause and they aren't coming from nowhere.

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    Do you feel an emotion quickly or slowly in response to a situation?
    I think I notice the emotion quickly, and I do mentally take note of them, but I may disregard them, at least in the moment. Especially with negative emotions or reactions, I may not 'trust' them...I will continue to be more detached because I need to figure out after-the-fact why I'm reacting in a certain way. I may decide it's not reasonable, given the situation, which is why in the moment I often don't allow them to impact my behaviors or responses very much. Just depends.

    Are your emotions intense or more lightly felt?
    I suppose it depends on the emotion. Sometimes pretty intense. I will say though that there's a distinction between feeling something intensely, and letting that be known to others. Most of my emotional processing/analysis is done in-house.

    When you experience an emotion, can you identify its source and understand why?
    After spending a while thinking about it, I think I can usually identify the source. But this has only been over time; I don't think historically I was as good at figuring out what the root issue is (i.e. sometimes the emotion is tied to something quite different from what triggered it).

    Are your emotions pure and singular, or do they tend to be a mix of multiple feelings in a more layered and nuanced manner?
    Normally they're pure and singular, but I do have emotions now and then that are more nuanced - like a combo of happy and bittersweet, or a combo of peaceful but confused. Stuff like that.

    How much of your emotional experience lies beneath the surface in your subconscious and how much is consciously felt and known?*
    I think the majority is consciously felt and known, but that's mostly because I want to be aware of everything that's going on and I'm pretty big on getting to the root of things, so I tend to keep tabs on where I'm at and why I might be feeling a certain way...just as a general, daily thing.

    How do you view the role of emotions in your life? Is it important to you to feel? Does it provide you with insight or do they get in the way of other things?
    I think my emotions are important, mostly in the sense that they indicate where I'm at, and whether or not I'm balanced or off kilter. In a big, general sense, they're an indicator/road map for whether I need to change things in my life, whether I need to reassess my priorities, whether or not relationships are going well or not, etc.

    The small, everyday, momentary emotions, though, play little role in my life and overall decision-making process. As I said in the first blurb, I often choose to disregard momentary ones, at least in terms of letting them impact my behaviors or conversations with others. I'll note them, but only for later analysis.

    How do you react to people who experience emotion in an opposite way from how you do?
    I've never really thought about this before. I guess I don't entirely relate to F's on the forum who have issues with T's being unemotional or less responsive, as I recognize T's are simply different and I don't think there's a 'right' or 'wrong' way regarding this, or a 'good' or 'bad' way. Just a big spectrum. In general though I view people who experience or process anything differently from me as....Interesting. Not just when it comes to emotions - it could be any behavioral/cognitive thing. I suppose I don't make a distinction or draw the line just with emotions. I find it interesting/curious/fascinating/whatever. Just on an intellectual level, I guess. I've never been inclined (I don't think?) to think or believe or require everyone else to act or process just as I do. It doesn't make much sense to me that they would, or for me to expect that they would.
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    You do feel an emotion quickly or slowly in response to a situation?

    Usually, rather slowly. Even when I do feel it quickly, I try to "buffer" the emotion when it's negative.

    Are your emotions intense or more lightly felt?
    Light, unless I'm discussing something important with my SO.

    When you experience an emotion, can you identify its source and understand why?
    Usually, yes.

    Are your emotions pure and singular, or do they tend to be a mix of multiple feelings in a more layered and nuanced manner?
    Singular.

    How much of your emotional experience lies beneath the surface in your subconscious and how much is consciously felt and known?*
    I *think* there's a large subconscious part. Much of my emotions might just be materialized via actions.

    How do you view the role of emotions in your life? Is it important to you to feel? Does it provide you with insight or do they get in the way of other things?
    Well, they are part of life - I can't see them as something good or bad, they simply are, I have never experienced anything different. They tend to provide me insights about my likes-dislikes, in this sense they can be extremely useful.

    How do you react to people who experience emotion in an opposite way from how you do?
    I might have some trouble interacting with them very frequently, esp. if they perceive emotions very quickly and intensely.
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    How would you describe the way you process emotion personally (not necessarily in MBTI terms)

    In many ways...as a reaction, it's usually a "welling" up. Occasionally an emotion flies out of nowhere and hits me in the head, from some random thought occurring to me...that's when I may laugh to myself or feel a tear from my eye, and hope other people don't notice & think I'm crazy.

    Do you feel an emotion quickly or slowly in response to a situation?

    It seems there's often an initial shock period. I think my emotions unfold slowly so I can process them at a time when it's "safer". It can also be like puke rising slowly up the back of your throat. You hope you can push it down & then make it in time to the bathroom before spewing it out. Even for positive emotion, it's often kept under wraps until I am alone or around someone I trust; it's not even a conscious decision, it's just how I am. I process emotion best internally and it's hard to do in the moment when the stimulus is still present. This can cause displays at later times in seemingly unrelated situations, or the emotion may be channeled creatively to finally be expressed.

    It's weird, because if I am really feeling happy, I may want to leave that situation to experience the feeling fully alone, where I can process the emotion better.

    Are your emotions intense or more lightly felt?

    I have a full range from totally neutral to very passionate, and the emotional response tends to be in line with how important something is to me. Sometimes an emotion may seem larger than a situation warrants, but the situation may feel representative of something larger, and that's what I'm reacting to.

    When you experience an emotion, can you identify its source and understand why?

    I can usually identify the source very quickly. Once in awhile, my emotion surprises me and I have to reason it out, and I'll probably learn something from it. It's not unusual for an emotion to be at odds with a "feeling value", and that creates an internal conflict.

    Are your emotions pure and singular, or do they tend to be a mix of multiple feelings in a more layered and nuanced manner?

    Usually I have a mix, but one is dominant. Words like "angry" are often too vague at times....emotions have subtle differences to me, and the subtly is important to pinpoint what they mean and their level of intensity.

    How much of your emotional experience lies beneath the surface in your subconscious and how much is consciously felt and known?

    Most of it is known, in the sense that I am aware of it. Sometimes I have a dull feeling of something and I'm aware of it, but it's been stuck in the back and I'm not operating with it because it has nowhere to go for now (see "internal conflict" mentioned above). Occasionally I will experience physical symptoms that illuminate a feeling I was not fully aware of, and this is usually anxiety.

    How do you view the role of emotions in your life? Is it important to you to feel? Does it provide you with insight or do they get in the way of other things?

    Emotions to me are like color, flavor, scent - part of being human, knowing you're alive. It's important for me to feel if it's something I want/need to care about. I can rationally know something is good/right, but if there is no emotional response it can feel like drudgery. I want to be excited and inspired. Again, the emotion can cause an inner conflict, where I wish I did or did not feel a certain way; it can be inconvenient.

    Emotions can be insightful when they clue me in on something that is important to me that I never considered before. In reasoning why I felt a certain way, I can link the emotion to an existing principle and understand why the smaller aspect at hand caused a response. Sometimes the line between emotion and feeling-thoughts gets blurry. The resonating and rise of feeling can seem like emotion, yet it is not really just emotion.


    How do you react to people who experience emotion in an opposite way from how you do?


    I tend to understand people in the general middle range...not overly dramatic and not totally emotionally blank.

    Very dramatic people can annoy me - I know what passionate feeling is, I know what it is to be temperamental, but that doesn't give an excuse to fly off the handle all the time. Even strong positive emotion can be overwhelming for me to witness. Other times, I admire people more expressive than me. It can seem courageous to wear your heart so openly.

    Robotic people can bore me. Lack of passionate feeling seems so dull and colorless.
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