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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    It's obvious what Fs get from Ts, but what do Ts get from Fs?

    T types please post!
    I learn to not always immediately jump into problem solving mode when approached with someone being upset. I learn to listen and relate to people instead of focusing solely on issues.
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    I'm dating a male F and really it's not much different from Ts. Maybe it's society's conditioning or something, he's really quite rational and on the same page as me.

    Or maybe he's just cool that way, I don't know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    Or maybe he's just cool that way, I don't know.
    Maybe you just know how to pick them.
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    Love? Conscience? Affection? The same things a T can offer and vice versa?

    Some traits are part of being human. If you're with an F or a T who can't offer these things, then there's a problem with that individual or your relationship.

    There might be a difference in degree and quality, but some things are elemental.

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    Well, since Ts provide clarity and perspective, I assume we bring confusion and myopia.

    Honestly I think they get the better deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    I think I'm realizing that what I get and what I get used to are two different things.

    EDIT: basically, I get used to dealing with and placating other Fs.
    Ah, the catch-22 of F-type courtship. Havent quite wrapped my head around this one myself, but I think theyre pretty trainable. Just need to sort out the stick and carrot.

    Seriously though emotional games are my biggest hesitation. Insight into this would be nice. How willing are Fs to compromise in terms of the Ts need for forthrightness?

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    Actually I think many Fs like the directness and the freedom to be direct about what they feel themselves. But of course it likely wont happen instantly.
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    We totally multiply life's fun factor for them!
    "The purpose of life is to be defeated by greater and greater things." - Rainer Maria Rilke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-up Rex View Post
    Seriously though emotional games are my biggest hesitation. Insight into this would be nice. How willing are Fs to compromise in terms of the Ts need for forthrightness?
    I really really hate when people AREN'T forthright. When feelers do this it's like just another obstacle, it's like well you're going to tell me anyway so just get to the point. I don't know what to tell you. I'm not that kind of feeler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Costrin View Post
    Actually I think many Fs like the directness and the freedom to be direct about what they feel themselves. But of course it likely wont happen instantly.
    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    I really really hate when people AREN'T forthright. When feelers do this it's like just another obstacle, it's like well you're going to tell me anyway so just get to the point. I don't know what to tell you. I'm not that kind of feeler.
    I know you guys are saying this, which means you truly mean it, but I don't know many people that think the way you two do. It's different in an intimate relationship, especially. A lot of F types say that they like the truth, but draw the line at disrespect. But the simple fact is that dishonesty is disrespect in my eyes. And also, I don't have much that I am sensitive about, so it's hard to gauge what other people are sensitive about. I just walk on eggshells most of the time and I am used to it. I've accepted it.

    And if I do accidentally offend with a "careless" sentence, I spend hours grovelling because of it. "I know you said you're sorry, but I can't help shaking that this is how you really feeeeeeel about me! waaaaah!"

    So, I've learned to shut my mouth. I bought and studied books on etiquette and even went to a class with my ENTJ sis on how to be nice. Of course, my motivations were not for romantic relationships, but for business ones, but I still did it all the same. And it's working.

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