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    I would say I enjoy their company for the most part but generally they can be a little too needy for me at times. And an INTP and NF shouldnt debate a topic that the NF feels strongly about because it'll just blow up in the intps face. Of the NFs Ive seen on different forums here, its the INFP that I sometimes clash most with. But I think its mostly because of insecurity and unhealthy INFP behavior, which I think can be legendary on the internets personality forums.

    I like all feelers because they can bring a different perspective that I might not see to a discussion and I think that can be rather helpful. And they can be great healers when NTs are in emotional turmoil to sooth and heal the NT. Ive seen this before and have experienced it with an ENFP.

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    Feelers need to:

    Chill out
    Get over it
    Stop being babies
    Try to be more objective
    Realize that most of the world gives no shits.


    Maintain a relaxed mental attitude, rebound, learn, move on.


    I love feelers though. Cause they make me realize how much of a dick I am sometimes.

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    I enjoy debating topics with NFs when they feel strongly about them. Debating topics with people who feel strongly are what good debates are. It's not a good debate if one side just backs down without actually providing anything to the topic at hand.

    I have an INFP friend whom i value highly. As an INTP very few people are able to "read" me. I've found that people are horrible at understanding my emotions through body language. Different people will think that my blank expression is me being bored/sleepy/angry/pissed off. This happens with most of my expressions. Yet this single INFP is able to guess with near perfect accuracy my emotions at any time. I get the slightest annoyance at anyone and instantly he mentions it. I am laughing internally at someone and he recognizes that as well. It is just so unusual and thus interesting how He is able to so accurately know my thoughts and emotions.
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    SFJ: Nice, polite, generally helpful, occasionally irritating with the nagging. Usually fine. Often have a lot more interesting things to say in private than they're willing to talk about in public. Pain in the ass to live with.

    SFP: Fun, creative, great for partying and socializing with, but difficult to connect with on a deep basis or spend a great deal of time with. Can be a little coarse without meaning to.

    NFJ: My favorite F combination. Uniquely insightful, nice blend of desire to help+ability to find value in almost every perspective+drive to make things happen. Sometimes disconcertingly sloppy with logic and prone to freaking out over inability to attain unrealistic goals.

    NFP: Runs the gamut from amazing to terrible depending on the person. (This is true of all types, of course, but especially true of NFPs for me.) If well-conditioned and balanced, incredibly empathetic and bursting at the seams with new ideas and plain old human decency. If not--self-absorbed, delusional, sometimes narcissistic, with a grandiose sense of entitlement to have the whole world bend to their feelings.

    I've noticed that Feelers often say they don't understand why Thinkers think feelings don't matter.

    That is not the case. We do think feelings matter--we just think there exist some situations in which allowing our feelings to make decisions is not the most reasonable or appropriate course of action, and that it's not fair to expect others to bend to our feelings all the time.
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    Any thoughts on this thread ?

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    I only know one F (my father) and kind though he is, I've come to view Fs as unstable, due to their sensitivity. Perhaps that's because of the contrast between an ISFJ and an INTP but that's my current opinion, until I see more evidence. Mass insult away!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tedboles View Post
    Feelers need to:

    Chill out
    Get over it
    Stop being babies
    Try to be more objective
    Realize that most of the world gives no shits.


    Maintain a relaxed mental attitude, rebound, learn, move on.
    This, pretty much. I do like Feelers though (NFPs especially), because they're so sweet.
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    I generally like balanced people. An extreme F is as annoyign as an extreme T, a balanced F is as likeable as a balanced T.
    "Of course we spent our money in the good times. That's what you're supposed to do in good times! You can't save money in the good times. Then they wouldn't be good times, they'd be 'preparation for the bad times' times."

    "Every country in the world owes money. Everyone. So heere's what I dont get: who do they all owe it to, and why don't we just kill the bastard and relax?"

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    I'm a pretty balanced T, myself. I'm so P it's ridiculous though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Any thoughts on this thread ?
    I browsed it a bit the other day. I can understand somewhat what people are saying after I have read their posts, but I realized I would be hard put to answer myself, apart from strictly physical sensations (e.g. my foot hurts).

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