First I will say that I am not posting this as a provocation I am really interested in this topic. Also I know that Fs and Ts are very wide groups. So I will generalize. SFs are free to join the party as well.
In many threads around this forum I have seen that NF claim soimething that goes in this direction and that they understand.
For example typical claim is that we don't understand our own feelings.
But in almost all cases you are "attacking" our feeling side or you just place focus on it. While you tend to overlook/ignore out thinking side on regular basis. Only if we have something interesting and/or controversial to show you will pay more attention.
But in general you are not too interested in our thinking side and even if you are you are still more interested in our feelings.
So I would really like to read your comments about this.
On the other hand how can you fully understand someone if you "ignore" the largest part of them? So even if you understand our feelings you can't clearly understand how they are related to our thinking side. What means that you don't understand much actually.
In real life it happened plenty of times that NFs are projecting their emotion on me since it seems logical that I am feeling the same as they do.
So when I say that they are wrong I get accused that I am lying to them and myself.
This does not happen always but it is not that much unusual. But if I start to explain myself I get something like "You need professional help."
However I admit that when it comes to me personally that is not so crazy idea.
Is it that really that hard to accept that a person does not feel over some period of time? (if we take classical everyday definition of feelings)