"To be an F in this crazy world" is priceless (helps navigate the craziness in a way and make sense of some of it), while equally painful and draining No, but seriously, probably the hardest thing if we're talking about bad aspects of it, is also worrying that someone is not going to take you seriously and/or value whatever you're saying (especially if it's something more logic-based), which I find happens frequently.
I don't necessarily talk about feelings/emotions a whole lot. But I do experience them very deeply, in a way that transcends words (which is probably, why I don't directly talk about them much and doing so can be very hard for me, despite my F).
I don't always make decisions or actions based on my feelings (sometimes employ strict logic), but mostly do go on feelings in the end in the sense that I generally won't or will do something based off of how it will make me feel in doing it or after doing it (but that could be IxFJ--the thinking it through ahead of time employment of feeling?). And no, I don't feel like my view of anything is clouded by my personal feelings because a) I value myself and my actions based upon how they relate to my inner self and b) because I do try to be subjective in the sense that I see ALL sides of everything because of feeling (imagine how it would relate to anyone and everyone or anyone and everything) and c) because my view of a situation is wholly dependent upon how I feel about that situation, so my personal feelings are essential, rather than supplemental
"I'm just a T, so I'm not even sure how to word all this in F language. " That's okay--I'm an F and don't really know how to word it either!