In my case, in important relationships like the one with family, particularly my sibling, I'll withdraw, clearly stating that I can't talk about *whatever* right now but I want to talk about it soon, process but will always come back to talk and take reponsibility for my end and ask the same of the sibling. Yes, messy, emotional conversations are a part of regular programming here. I think the difference here is, Fi always plays a strong role in restricting Te from going into bitchslap mode. Seeing the relationship as important to preserve and the people as important to protect engages Fi and keeps Te in check. Edit: You already covered this in your post on the 'Jesus moments'.
Less now and yes when much, much younger when detachment was difficult and all of life was a bubbling cauldron of deeply felt emotions (read angst ). Thankfully, maturity and a natural development of control over emotions where they are easier to identify, categorize and somewhat pliable help. Emo displays just seem misplaced in the workplaceDo you ever emo spew-the outpouring of Fi that amar and marm both mention? Did you do this when young? on another thread Q cited it in an esfp and I was rather condemnatory-typically I have very little sympathy for emo displays and scorn this behavior in the workplace.
I have the same impatience for Fi emo displays as I do for Fe-inspired passive agressive behavior. Both are equally harmful. I agree, an evironment of physical/emotional stress is a strong trigger. Brown stuff has to be hitting the fan for an emo display to be triggered. Even then, it will only happen in the safe space of home around a select few. Without that, as with most people, it's much easier to dial it down and talk through things rationally.