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    Default Do Fs have this tendency?

    To me it looks like Fs have one "strange" habit.

    It looks like that the Fs in many situations are thinking /feeling that the other person is in the same state as they are.

    The more presure there is in a situation the more likely this is to happen.

    In case that there are two/few Fs in same situation then this works.

    But if there is a T in the equation this principle does not work anymore.
    The possibility of an F to miss the real state of another person grows with with T of other person.

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    I think we all have a tendency to believe ( without consciously reasoning it out ) that other people share our own tendencies. Thus a liar usually worries that he/she is being lied to, much more than a person does who is generally honest. ( Or they are more alert for this, if not "worried" per se. )

    This can be both a good or bad thing, depending on circumstances, POV, etc.
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    Your thread disparages your belief that the trait is limited to Fs.

    Make sense?

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    LOL. I've done it before, and I've seen it happen. It's all because we Fs don't always stop and shut up our emotions for a while first so that we can look at the situation a little more objectively.

    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    ...The possibility of an F to miss the real state of another person grows with with T of other person.
    Hmm, I would say more like it grows with the Fness preference of the F. I mean, it's not like differing Tness would effect the accuracy of an F's skillage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Night View Post
    Your thread disparages your belief that the trait is limited to Fs.
    LOL! Couldn't agree more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Night View Post
    Your thread disparages your belief that the trait is limited to Fs.

    Make sense?
    I have opened this thread this way because it looks like that this is far more expressed in Fs. The problem is not that people do this, the problem is how often people do this.


    I am tring to understand why Fs few times a day say to me how I feel.

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    What do you mean by "state"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nolla View Post
    What do you mean by "state"?
    Emotional state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    To me it looks like Fs have one "strange" habit.

    It looks like that the Fs in many situations are thinking /feeling that the other person is in the same state as they are.

    The more presure there is in a situation the more likely this is to happen.

    In case that there are two/few Fs in same situation then this works.
    Why do you assume it works with two Fs? It's just ask irksome to an F to be misunderstood or have assumptions made about them as it is for a T.

    Happens to me a lot.

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    I'm gonna make a blind bet.
    Without reading the OP, I'm guessing the answers is;
    Yes, Fs do make this mistake.

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    Well, would you rather them make the opposite mistake, that they're the only ones feeling anything in a situation at all?

    (I think that's more of a Fi thing, the OP's more of a Fe thing...)
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