I found this on tertiary Te tempatation.
I see this in ENFPs. Its when they dont understand why people respond or react in the way they do to them. They dont know what they did to warrant the response they get. What they need is to know. I think ENFPs mislead alot of people because of the way they judge using Fi. They are lead by there feelings in the way they dress, they act, they respond. It is all judged by how do I feel, so it may stump them when people respond based on what the ENFP did because they dont always intend to get the reaction they do get. They then need to get to the bottom of it, especially if it did something to violate one of there values.For extraverts, the Tertiary Temptation arises when Orienting by socially defined expectations is failing them. To find their way, they need an independent integrity or awareness, which cannot be developed by understanding oneself solely in terms of how people respond to you. The Tertiary Function provides a way of Orienting in an Extraverted way--a way of Orienting directly opposite to the Introverted discovery that the person's current situation is naturally leading to.
Tertiary Te: "Unfair!! I have to stick to my guns, I will not be bullied or cheated. Any number of authorities agree with me. All my friends agree with me. Everyone can see that my response is directly mandated by the situation: anything else would be irresponsible. These facts absolutely settle the matter, and there is no point in looking at it any further." The Secondary Function would say: "Fair or not, reasonable or not, recognized by anyone or not, what would truly accomplish some good here?"