I only dislike Fe because it seems like all it does is try to satisfy the other person. To me, that's just not even worth doing. As a Te user, if I had to describe my life, it would be in one word: management. I look at everything as something to just be "handled." Fe is more of, what, social consideration? Look at Fi, though, it looks to human values for judgments and looks at the human factor for making decisions.
Take for instance, I was watching the new Wolverine movie. Near the end, they show the Deadpool mutant who is a transformed version of a much more human like mutant from the earlier part of the movie. This man apparently let his body and mind be taken over by the leader of the organization to become an "ultimate mutant." He had several powers implanted inside of him, his body was surgically enhanced, he lost his free will, and he became nearly the strongest mutant. But, at what cost? He basically gave up his mind and body to the people who did that to him. Afterward, I was thinking about that in a deeper context, and just thinking to myself, "how could someone do that to themselves? I can't believe the change that he made, and what it cost it took to do it."
From what I've read, that was an Introverted Feeling judgment. It looks to empathy as a guide. I'd like to think that ideas such as free will and dignity came from Introverted Feeling. How would Extraverted Feeling respond to such an example?