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    People who use Fe are hyper aware of others' feelings
    People who use Fi are hyper aware of how others make them feel


    This really makes a lot of sense to me. I saw it on another board that shall remain unnamed. I was drinking my morning coffee when I stumbled on to it.

    Do Fe types relate to the Fe?
    Do other Fi relate to the distinction?

    It reminds me of an aspect of socionics I related to, but that was Si.

    Any other comments on it. How things loop, whatever... what use I can squeeze out of it...

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    I see so much overlapping that it's hard to tell. I rarely understand the Fe vs. Fi debates.

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    That seems right to me.

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    I am hyper aware of neither. And yet, people think I am a feeler because I use a lot of Fi. Go figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    People who use Fe are hyper aware of others' feelings
    People who use Fi are hyper aware of how others make them feel


    This really makes a lot of sense to me. I saw it on another board that shall remain unnamed. I was drinking my morning coffee when I stumbled on to it.

    Do Fe types relate to the Fe?
    Do other Fi relate to the distinction?

    It reminds me of an aspect of socionics I related to, but that was Si.

    Any other comments on it. How things loop, whatever... what use I can squeeze out of it...
    I'm kinda weird. I am hyper aware of my own feelings and how other people make me feel. I am also hyper aware of others emotions so long as their emotions do not relate to me. At that point I overlap into Fi/awareness of self and what I think they are feeling is clouded by what I am feeling.

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    I relate to the description of Fi. To a large extent, I use the second to figure out the first but I'm not naturally skilled at figuring out how others feel; it has to be worked through my internal filters/translation machine before I can understand.

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