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    WTF is this dude saying? A Schnitzel's Avatar
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    Fe is awesome.

    Anyone who says otherwise gets beat up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Schnitzel View Post
    Fe is awesome.

    Anyone who says otherwise gets beat up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post

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    if you type "extroverted feeling" into google you will quickly find out what Fe is. and it is everything but fake lol.
    "Honest differences are often a healthy sign of progress. "

    "You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty."

    "An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by A Schnitzel View Post
    *basks in the Fe*


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    I taught a 4-day workshop one time where a third of the participants were dominant Fe's and I'd venture to say all mature people--a perfect fish bowl of what Fe looks like at its best. In subtle ways they were constantly making sure everyone was having as much fun as they were, making sure the coffee stayed fresh and hot, suggesting a bit better arrangement for tables so everyone could see, organizing lunch so no one who wanted to be included was excluded, etc. The whole room was happy all week.

    Fe at its best is working toward harmony (not manipulation), recognizing others' needs and acting to meet them when appropriate (not codependency), ensuring a group remains true to its cause (without becoming bossy), and listening and responding (sincerely). Those are the behaviors you see when Fe is making decisions based on stepping into the shoes of others and understanding the impact on each person of various alternatives. Like all types, they're great people when they have mature command of their function and a well-developed auxiliary to keep them grounded...

    Fe is my auxiliary. It's never as natural for me to read a room (unless I'm training and then it's my job and the instinct kicks in), note others' needs, speak up with compliments, etc. It always feels like an afterthought. Here's where I have trouble, though, with the 8-function model as I'm not sure Fe is a "thing" as much as "I'm an Introvert who prefers Feeling but has to give myself a jump-start to get out of my Introverted world and act on what the Feeling function just decided..." That delay probably lessens the sincerity meter with others since my reactions are often delayed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sakuraba View Post
    I vaguely understand Fe. To me, it seems like the fakest function of all.

    I tend to bump heads with these ppl very often. ISFJ,ESFJ especially. With their phony smiles bouncing around all giddy and shit.

    When I think of Fe, I think of this:
    YouTube - Ashlee Simpson Screwup News Report




    Can someone help explain this function so I can hopefully gain some respect for it.
    Animal magnetism, perhaps, would be a good analogy of it.

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    I saw what Fe could do yesterday, I was impressed.

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    This title is actually cuter.
    we fukin won boys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Fe types are actually quite sincere.
    Also, Fe types are insincere.

    Depends on the user. Stop with this Hap -- Type has nothing to do with sincerity, or... anything other than functions.

    Only because they insist on using the socially acceptable/conventional ways of displaying this sincerity do they get shit.
    False. My grandmother is ESFJ. She pretends to care, and she pretends to not care about things. But really what she's doing, is preying on the F of other people.

    Here's a fun fact: You don't have to be effectively emotional to be F.
    It just helps.

    Take a look at Michael Scott for instance. He acts a lot like my grandmother. Insincere Fe from an ENFJ.
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