What stops someone with Fe from talking about their feelings? One would think it would be easy for someone that extroverts their feelings...?
And I don't notice usually or pick up on things. If I do it's cause I know them very well. Thankfully I'm a 6 and like to keep the support of others in most cases. Otherwise...I'm not sure I'd care. I'm sure an 8 could be much more ruthless than me. I just try to figure out a person, and not do the worst thing that could happen between me an them.
I probably pick up on heavy Fe, but they back pedal so much that I stop following the logic. (This is only with Fe doms.) Fe aux usually wont say anything unless they've formulated everything before hand. So they don't end up back pedaling as much. They're much easier to follow.
ISFJ's are the most expressive type I've seen. They are the only ones I can pick up on if I've given any offense. Even then though, I don't like to assume. So I will ask.
Funny way of putting it....but I guess so. lolSo Fi\Ti is more nuanced\intricate...like a custom made work of art whereas Fe\Te is more geared towards the masses...like generic mass-produced work of (pseudo)-art...
All the introverted functions are much more individualistic. That's the subjective part about them. They only have their context that they see, and they only have their own categories they've made...stuff like that. They're not willing to just take a concept/emotion/thought/sensation as face value. There is more depth to them than that. That's why introverts need so much time to themselves. They need to take time to process. It's gradual. Where the Extroverted functions are in the here and now. Absorbing and using the information immediately.
So wrt the art... the introverted ones are like masterpieces they're creating over their life time, collecting just the right paint to use, or getting the correct texture down. The extroverted ones are creating the art out of what they have at the moment. So it can seem more like quantity over quality in a way. Like mass production I guess. (The extrovert's art metaphor is not quite right, I'll have to think about that some more.)