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    Default What does SF mean?

    Does it mean that you communicate through feeling? Or that you pick up on people's emotions like you are sensing them? I ask because I am trying to figure out what it would be like if two SFs (or NFs, NTs, STs) get together what it looks like. And I realized I don't even really know what that means.
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    I have a good idea of what SF means, but I'd get moderated for it. SF more accurately means that you controled by the feelings of the present.

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    Well, basically it means you feel connected to actual happenings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kai View Post
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    This is more of a FJ trait I'd say.

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    Sensual Forever.

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    Southern Florida
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

    sCueI (primary Inquisition)

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    Here are three descriptions of the SF type I've found:

    SF

    * SF
    o Tend to be kind and helpful
    o Often want to help others (even if they don’t want help)
    o Like to give longer more detailed explanations
    o May feel they are not “doing their job” if they do not take care of you







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    * WHEN COMMUNICATING
    o Be sensitive to their needs
    o Politely mention time constraints
    o Reassure them that they are valued
    o Be patient
    SF –specific facts, details and interpersonal aspects of learning environment are important. Like humane climate for learning; will foster if possible. People-oriented. Pop. 43.4% (M 30%; F 56.3%)

    Engage SF’s with: what works– practical results for patients; simulated patients.
    When a group consists of members of this club, its interactions are likely to be based on enjoying conversations over their families and personal relationships, artistic and sensorial interests such as cooking, gossip, and group social activities such as parties, dancing, travels and sportive activities. It's the stereotypical "women's group", although obviously such clubs formed only of men also exist, with common activities and interests usually focused around sports or, depending on the age structure, partying, clubbing and the like.

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    thanks Athenian!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kai View Post
    Sensual Forever.
    Actually, that would be true too. SFs are very sensual lovers...
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