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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    I think what you're describing is more about Fi and Ti doms/auxs. The subjectivity of these functions makes them more sensitive and personally invested in things, whereas Fe and Te dom/aux require more objective distance to operate.
    From what I've experienced, Fe doms are very sensitive and volatile.

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    ^ true. Fe doms are very aware of interpersonal communication.

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    I think what you're describing is more about Fi and Ti doms/auxs. The subjectivity of these functions makes them more sensitive and personally invested in things, whereas Fe and Te dom/aux require more objective distance to operate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    I think what you're describing is more about Fi and Ti doms/auxs. The subjectivity of these functions makes them more sensitive and personally invested in things, whereas Fe and Te dom/aux require more objective distance to operate.
    Absolutely. My post wasn't meant as an attack on P types by the way, just something that seems, in my experience, to mostly hold true. Actually, after thinking about it some more, I think introversion/extraversion plays a greater role. Te/Fe aren't really emotionally invested, but neither are Se/Ne, and Si/Ni can be very invested in their own perceptions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeeekyyy View Post
    Absolutely. My post wasn't meant as an attack on P types by the way, just something that seems, in my experience, to mostly hold true. Actually, after thinking about it some more, I think introversion/extraversion plays a greater role. Te/Fe aren't really emotionally invested, but neither are Se/Ne, and Si/Ni can be very invested in their own perceptions.
    Hehe, well when you get into introversion/extroversion I have no input. Me and my husband are both introverts. That's our only common letter. I think part of his sensitivity comes from the environment he grew up in though.

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    Simple answer: No.

    I remain emotionally detached from feedback. If you read my reaction as emotional, well, I could say more but it'd give away secrets... let's just say that I'm not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metaphor View Post
    From what I've experienced, Fe doms are very sensitive and volatile.
    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    ^ true. Fe doms are very aware of interpersonal communication.



    I can say the same about Fi-doms, therefore I think pointing fingers is pointless.

    I too think that it doesnt matter whether you are p or J; with Js it is often the case that they repress their true feelings and dont show them in a situation and that you may have actually hurt them with a thing tho you got no reaction from them.

    I couldnt answer the question if any type is actually more sensitive than any other, what is true tho definitly is that that type who isnt sensitive at all, is missing out on a lot of what it means to be human
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    Just based on my friends most to least sensitive:

    ESFJ
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    and of course me way down here at the bottom

    I see no J/P correlation, but there are a bunch of F's piled up at the top .
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    No entp friends ? You dont know what you are missing !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metaphor View Post
    From what I've experienced, Fe doms are very sensitive and volatile.
    They can also be ice cold and stoic .. I think it more a case of being extreme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    No entp friends ? You dont know what you are missing !
    Well, I do have 2 ESFJ friends, maybe I give one of them the boot to make room for you.
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    Judging (J) 51.43%............Perceiving (P) 48.57%

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