Us Fi / Fe users have to stick together instead of pulling each other apart.
Personally I am wary of this whole thread!
After all, we use both functions all the time, and there are many examples in this thread of a cross-over of interpretation of what constitutes each function.
Let's refresh: (excerpts from INFP or INFJ):
When Fi is a preferred process...
Often you have a gut feeling about whether personal, group, or organizational behavior is congruent with values.
You often check behavior for authenticity and against beliefs to maintain inner harmony. When that harmony exists, there is a sense of peace.
When you feel strongly, you point out contradictions and incongruities.
Fundamental truths are often the basis for your actions, and standing up for these truths is energizing and compelling.
Often, you do not put your values and beliefs upon others or share them publicly until they are violated. These values can be highly specific to the individual or universals such as freedom, loyalty, and goodness.
You tend to see everything as having a value (or worth), and view things in constant relation to one another.
Introverted Feeling (Fi)
Harmonizing and clarifying
When Fe is a preferred process...
You give attention to creating and maintaining harmonious relationships, often using social convention to keep harmony, to make people feel comfortable and included, and to keep the group intact.
Often you are at ease with social conversations and knowing just the right words to say to someone.
You easily disclose personal details to encourage others to express themselves.
You place importance on making space for the expression of feelings -- positive and negative.
You organize time, space, and thing in relation to the effects on people.
You often feel pulled to take care of everyone or even whole groups, either physically or emotionally. Meeting the needs of others is energizing until your own needs are ignored for too long.
Extraverted Feeling (Fe)
Affirming and accommodating
Evoked by what is here and now