I've had this question for a long time: Do feeling functions have anything to do with emotions or not? I ask this because it seems as though feelers tend to be more in touch with their emotions than do thinkers. Also, it seems as though feelers tend to let their emotions weigh more on their decisions than do thinkers. However, Jung doesn't really correlate feelings with emotions and defines feelings as "value-based judgements", so this kind of throws me off. So what do you all think?
You may want to check this thread out. I read a little bit of your book, and this seems like a topic that you would want to comment on.