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    Fe, Fi and Si. In no particular order.

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    I know INTJs are supposed to have Se as their weakest function, but in my case, it's definitely Fe. No question. I'm relatively aware of my surroundings, but I'm almost never aware of the emotional state of the people around me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    I know INTJs are supposed to have Se as their weakest function, but in my case, it's definitely Fe. No question. I'm relatively aware of my surroundings, but I'm almost never aware of the emotional state of the people around me.
    I'm more or less average when it comes to guessing the emotional state of a person, and I'm not actively seeking to know what it is most of the time. I don't really look for that though, and that's not something that Fe really does all that often surprisingly enough. What mine looks very closely at is who knows who, how is everyone related to each other, how is this changing over time, and what are the current rules governing these processes. Emotional states of individuals are read on an as-needed basis and noticing them is very often primed by an event occuring that would trigger an emotional response. Further, the actual response is almost always checked with what their reaction should be.

    So really, Fe is paying attention to social dynamic, not emotions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    So really, Fe is paying attention to social dynamic, not emotions.
    Ah, I see. Well, I suck at that, too.

    I'm only going on what I've read about extraverted Feeling, but I don't really identify with any of it.
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    What are extraverted feelings again?




    I kid. I know how other people are feeling, and I'm quite good at reading their emotions.

    I just don't give a shit.

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    Te = 16[][][][][][][][][][][][][][][][]
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    My weakest function must be Ne. I'm unsure what my second weakest would be. It seems like Si >> Ne and everything else is about in the middle.

    If I were to guess my full function order it would probably be:

    (Si (Te (Ni (Fe Ti) Se) Fi) Ne)

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    My Se is so weak it's embarrassing, and I also suck at Ni.

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    My weakest functions? Definitely Te. I have no concern for outer rules, which is common for someone of my type. My Si is also somewhat weak. I have pretty good Fi and Ne for an ESTP. Besides that I can't think of anytging else that isn't supposedly listed as an ESTP's strong points.

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    Took the cf test to make sure and this was my result: Se,Fi,Ti,Ne,Te,Fe,Ni,Si. How dare those dogwit jokers say I am ESFP. The last thing I want to be is the next JB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    Ah, I see. Well, I suck at that, too.

    I'm only going on what I've read about extraverted Feeling, but I don't really identify with any of it.
    Se is in our top four functions, at least according to models that use Dom-Aux-Tert-Inf (Ni-Te-Fi-Se for INTJ). Si is at the bottom of the heap, with Fe not far above it. I know I am bad at Fe, so bad that I don't even want to be good at it. I prefer to "fake it" when needed with more comfortable functions. Si sometimes just makes me feel ill.
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