What type is most prone to unresolved feelings?
ENTJ? With F turned inward and a direct approach would that lead to feeling things but keeping them all locked up?
INTP? Externalised F leading to feelings which need expressing or resolving but lacking the extraverted nature to DO something about them?
I'm probably on the money here but an EJ should be the paragon of J and an EP the paragon of P, right?
I mean to others the primary function is more obvious and "underlined" is it not?
A good way of recognising types...
EJ will be prone to leaving people with no illusion as to either what they think or how they feel about something. Possibly with a notable "ghost image" of either not feeling the need to resolve the opposite so an ETJ would not feel it necessary to resolve their feelings and an EFJ not feel it necessary to gain closure on their thoughts.
I think that's right too.
Just looking for a little feedback here. I'm working on structuring some basic guidelines on types so that a more simplistic map can be drawn for how to begin typing people via observation rather than the more prevalent testing methods.