Yes; you have to be very explicit with us regarding what you see and more importantly why.
We are very good at spelling out the axioms and paradigms we are follow. If you ignore our Te ramblings you might find that you aren't following the same paradigms or axioms at all.
I can find NFJs quite repulsive because our paradigms and axioms are usually opposed: I disdain the other as a matter of choice. By contrast I feel that NFPs can - on occasion - allow me to view their paradigms and axioms when they are comfortable and delightfully we can find good agreement on the ones to follow in future. Of course this doesn't mean they will listen to mine in return, there is nothing worse than finding the context has been shifted back to theirs after you have earlier both agreed upon a common frame of reference and without any consultation pronounces that your context is not their context and that is wrong. I tend to view this as extremely distasteful and it causes a crisis of confidence regarding my trust in that person; usually they do not survive it as someone who is worth listening to.