But that isn't at all what I was saying. As I said in that post...It just struck me as being off the mark to say that an Fi will put themselves above the people they care about. If you believed that, you would have a hard time understanding any Fi dom you are truly close to in your life. That's all I was saying.
He then argued that his life is about his choices and anyone else's choices are incircumstantial. but he explained that does not negate that he cares about people or the choices they make, only that other's choices are irrelevant to his existence. The most important thing to him is his choices, because he believes they dictate his happiness. From an Fe perspective, that seems somehow cold, but from a Ti perspective, it seems incredibly realistic.Now undoubtedly, my later post was poorly worded, which was why I asked you to ignore it, and even told you to completely dismiss it. What I was actually saying, and you may still disagree, was...That isn't to say that Fi isn't aware of others, but only that it is aware of others through its awareness of self.
An Fi dominant person would put their character above nurturing bonds.
An Fe dominant person would put nurturing bonds above their character.