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    Nah that is going to be tougher, we entps never admit that we are friends with anyone
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeeekyyy View Post
    My post wasn't meant as an attack on P types by the way
    I certainly didn't think it was

    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.
    True, I think it has to do with just how personal the function is.
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    Just speculation here but IxTPs have dominant Ti, which compared to Te is more subjective and wouldn't the judgements from Ti be more internal and based on one's own personal standards than Te? Therefore, could it be possible that insults on the dominant function tend to affect Ti dominant types more personally than Te dominant types?

    Also, ExTPs have tertiary Fe and some of them can be quite emotionally expressive. ExTJs have tertiary Fi and are less likely to show expressiveness. So ExTPs might give off the appearance of being more sensitivie than ExTJs.

    In reality, though, I've seen next to zero difference between TP and TJ types in regards to sensitivity.
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    This is typical intp logic. The subjectivity of primary Ti can be a cause for sensitivity - agreed. But then the tertiary Fe of an ExTP should be the reason for their sensitivity, tho secondary Ti is here the stronger function aswell.

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    I think it's just because J's often look like superman/wonder woman with all their achievements. People get an allusion of strength and less sensitivity.
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    From the external? In general, Yes.

    Think.
    J = Dom Je or Aux Je (ExTJ) - (IxFJ)
    vs.
    P = Ter Je or Inf Je (ExTP) - (IxFP)

    How much more is probably insignificant.

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    I'm not sensitive at all. hehehe

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    Judging is decision making. If you are an F type you base your decisions on feelings, if you are a T type you base your decisions on thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neveraskedtobeborn View Post
    Judging is decision making. If you are an F type you base your decisions on feelings, if you are a T type you base your decisions on thinking.
    Having learnt the book by rote, isnt a guarantor you actually understood what has been said there. ;D
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeeekyyy View Post
    Based on my observations, it seems that as a general rule, P types, whether T or F, are more affected by their own emotional state than J types in making a decision. Even INFJs maintain a certain level of "disconnect" and distance when analyzing a situation or interacting with an individual that P types lack. Among Ps, even INTPs become very invested in their ideas to a point where any criticism of an idea or concept is a personal attack on the individual. I don't *think* I'm that way, and based on interactions with my "fellow Js," I don't think they are either. Am I way off on this observation? Let me know your opinion...
    It has been my observation that everyone is sensitive. Some just bury it more deeply, so it looks like they're not effected as much by things. It's surprising how little turbulence is required to fuck someone up.

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