If anything N's might be more clueless as far as practical things, but I fail to see how it, or even several of the housekeepng examples (just knowing proper nutrition, or just knowing insulation, ec) have anything to do with Fe. Perhaps more tied to Si/learning by experience/tradition? So those being raised in less-than-ideal-environments will have that much more of a lack of knowledge of better ways to go about doing things or raising their own kids?
There may not be anything to do with her viewing the world differently - she may just be a harsh, cruel person. May just be a character trait; again, not tied as much to Fe. (I don't personally think this is the case, I'm just trying to highlight the fact that it may not be an inherently Fe way)That is the part I dont understand...I would like to understand as...I just dont get it. To get it allows me to not have to judge the ISTP as cruel, but just as viewing the world differently, thus her harshness is simply my misunderstanding.
Or, too, she could simply be utilizing langauge in a descriptive/'flowery' way and she doesn't mean for it to be taken literally - so describing the children as dogs -- she's beng illustrative, she doesn't really think they are less than children - although she probably DOES think they are being raised poorly so there is some relevance to the comparison. (I mean... I guess I wouldn't immediately be offended by choice of words - I'd look at everything else being said. Which I'm not saying you're not doing, btw. )
No time to comment on anything else now!