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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiltyred View Post
    I wish I had that! My life would be better if I took any pleasure at organizing things and making lists, etc. Every once in a huge while I do that -- and then I lose the list.

    If I'm stressed, I want something that feels good, like massage, food, sex, sleep.


    Way more my kind of destressing unfortunately
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    Being exposed to Te is indeed nice. And using it feels nice as well, even though it isn't my relief.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Quote:
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    ... quick question ...

    Someone said Te is hell for other people, why is that?
    I thought I read that people who use Te can organize people well
    check out the tertiary Te thread that amar started a bit ago in the NF land.

    Te isnt really very nice at all to others as it is about accomplishing tasks, items, things, not about cuddling and emo connections.
    But aren't both T's void of feeling and emotions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2XtremeENFP View Post
    But aren't both T's void of feeling and emotions?
    Sure, who isnt ?!
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    oh...that's te! that makes sense...i get that.. i totally do that and it makes me feel better yeah...intetresting
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2XtremeENFP View Post
    But aren't both T's void of feeling and emotions?
    Aren't both F's devoid of all ability to think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Aren't both F's devoid of all ability to think?
    Which leads us to the question: Aint both N's too blind to even cross a street ?
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerberElla View Post
    Ok, so unless I have this wrong, Te is expressed by organising things into categories to maximise efficiency, making chore rosters? planning budgets? stuff like that?

    Whenever I get really depressed, I find myself naturally falling back onto heavy use of Te to get through that day. I find it soothing to shut down my primary functions and lose myself in organising my life into categories, creating my weekly menu's and shopping lists, matching that to my budget.

    My walls begin to look like some control freaks wall, with exact times for each chore to be done, for each person to do their share (because it's up on the wall you know lol) to speed up the process with minimal interruptions.

    I don't want to exercise my Ne in a fantasy related way, I don't want to filter anything through my Fi because it's preoccupied with something else and isn;t thinking clearly.

    Infact I won't be able to handle any emotional stress until after my day or two of heavy Te usage. Even my sleep has a time set for it, including the amount of hours I can afford to waste sleeping in relation to the other tasks I need to get done.

    I am like a robot, I am not communicative except to point out if there is something you need to be doing to be doing your fair share, but that's it.

    In a few days I am myself again, I slip back into my chaotic lifestyle and I feel refreshed.

    Do any other NFP's find they need to do this sometimes to clear the cobwebs out?

    Also, is this an example of stress and the shadow type coming out to play?

    EDIT: and actually, was I even right about this being how Te is expressed?
    I do this all the time under stress, or when I know something absolutely must get done. Most people in my professional and even my academic life have believed me to be an ENTJ. Apparently I can come off as very adminstrative, controlled, put-together and prepared. Bahahaha!!!:yim_rolling_on_the_

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Which leads us to the question: Aint both N's too blind to even cross a street ?
    Both S's can see, but have no vision.

    That means N/S, F/T are all basically screwed.

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    Amen, so whats next ?

    I wanna become a monk
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