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    I want to keep pointing out the psoitives sides as well and how it comes out. Texas has new laws regarding school zones, boosters, etc and she takes it upon herself to call everyone she knows that these laws will affect so they dont get caught off guard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    So when internal feelings take over they feel like crap that they just blew up. I have had my wife get mad at me because she got onto me about something and she thought her getting onto me made her look like an ass to someone else.
    LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    We have essence and then we have reality and actual use cases. you are not Fe dom so you dont retreat to Fe to remain in control. I retreat to Ti to remain in control since its my dominant function. I am sure ENFPs retreat to Ne to remain in control.
    That's why this isn't an accurate presentation of how Fe works. If it was it would be able to apply to all types with a prominent Fe, not just Fe dominants. This is more of an anecdotal account of how an Fe-dom might express his/herself when frustrated. Also, keep in mind that ExxJs are "in-charge" and "get things going" types so they are more prone to force their will under stress.

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    Wanna wrassle, sweet thang?! *wiggles eyebrows*
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    To me, Fe is basically the thing that makes a person more sensitive to how their actions affect others. Thus it also learns cultural and social norms and keeps them in mind, whether or not that information is valued depends on the situation and the person.

    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    Wanna wrassle, sweet thang?! *wiggles eyebrows*
    '... Says Gertrude, the 6 foot tall, three hundred pound underground kickboxing heavyweight champion... in the MENS category.'

    (Thats what I was imagining when I read that )
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    Well, that would be the standard definition, but people with Fi also do this to certain extent, hence my question.
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    I like how we haven't gotten any actual answers. People agree that what has been described isn't descriptive of Fe... but we get nothing to go on.

    I'm sure we're smart enough to realize what the dominant function does and all that, but you can still define what a function fundamentally does. And yes I read what you put Lauren Ashley, but that is just a bit too broad. Fe use is much more than what you described...

    So... yeah. I've literally never seen an answer to this question, what Fe exactly is in MBTI terms. The threads ALWAYS get derailed, get turned into Fe bash fests, and/or turn into fluff/flirting.
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    Fe's easy. You understand other people's emotional states in the context of how you would feel if you were in their position. Fe-attacks are so effective because they're essentially asking themselves "what could I say that would make me feel the most like crap right now if I were them?"

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    I dunno guys, I feel like I've responded to so many of these Fe threads from a Fe-doms perspective only to get told "I do that too!" by a non-Fe user that these are almost pointless. Either Fe users use Fe in a way that is particular to them or anyone can do Fe.

    OK, here's one: Going to Whole Foods Market and noticing everyone is bringing their own grocery bags.

    What is NOT Fe: Using one because everyone else has one.
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    No..Fi asks itself how it would feel in this situation and transfers it to the other person with the right adjustements based on context and background of the person. That's like typical of Fi. So yet again, I'm still looking for an answer to those original questions I posed.
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