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    Default Extraverted Feeling: A Quick Reference Guide

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    bumpity bumpity bump bump.

    i Fe

    They have a strong presence in any room, everyone is aware of them.
    lol! it's true

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    *mutters* Fe has 8 gifts while Fi only has 5 *mutters*
    4w5, Fi>Ne>Ti>Si>Ni>Fe>Te>Se, sp > so > sx

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    Good stuff.

    I can see myself get in to a Fe mode sometimes. Or atleast as that other slowriot telling me how to act properly inside my head. The way I look at social interaction is through Fe, while Ne is the pattern recognition, thought driven subordinate to my Ti.

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    I think it's a great description.

    (The only aspect of ANY Fe description and discussion I've never been able to wrap my head around is the social convention piece, as I am unable to recognize that within myself and my own behaviors, but that's not to say it shouldn't belong in the description)
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    Quote Originally Posted by William K View Post
    *mutters* Fe has 8 gifts while Fi only has 5 *mutters*
    LOL



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    You know, Fe being attributed as the source of all the F goodness in the world really trods on Fi based giving and altruism. I take exception to these overly glowy descriptions of Fe; where is the dark side? Where is the balance?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    You know, Fe being attributed as the source of all the F goodness in the world really trods on Fi based giving and altruism. I take exception to these overly glowy descriptions of Fe; where is the dark side? Where is the balance?
    TROOF!

    As much as I like my Fe-aux, PeaceBaby is right that Fi does plenty of good all it's own right and deserves just as much recognition!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    You know, Fe being attributed as the source of all the F goodness in the world really trods on Fi based giving and altruism. I take exception to these overly glowy descriptions of Fe; where is the dark side? Where is the balance?
    I agree Fi users do a lot of good, and I didn't comment on the other piece of Fe that I personally don't relate to - I'm most definitely not a social crusader and in that sense I think I relate to a handful of the Fi bullet points moreso than Fe - in terms of my own values. I've never ever been one who needs to impact people-related things on a large scale (or even on a community-based scale). I am obviously not an Fe-dom, though, so I'm sure that plays a big role in this.

    So under Fi from your perspective is this statement inaccurate? •Bringing their inner system of values to fruition in the real world is usually not important to them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by William K View Post
    *mutters* Fe has 8 gifts while Fi only has 5 *mutters*
    In a fight to the death, it would only take 5 FPs to own 8 FJs, though. Even less probably.

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