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    Introverted feeling is actually my third strongest after introverted thinking and extraverted intuiting, if that test gave me right resaults.

    Enyway i dont give a flying fuck is people are criticizing me, unless they criticize(in non constructive way) something that i know is my weak point.

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    I thought about this and not caring what others think. The amount I let what others say bother me depends on how much effort I put forth. There are a very small group of people that I put the effort into.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oom View Post
    I generally care about what my peers say about me. I'm a social INTP with the social need to be accepted. When someone says, "You Suck!" it hurts.

    I'm not sure where Fi is on my strength to weakness of functions. And I may seem like a stone, but I'm really a marshmallow inside of a hard M&M-esque shell.

    There's got to be some INTPs that are with me in this. Or maybe I'm typed wrong.
    I'm with you, definitely. Although it might look like I'm not affected by insults and the like, I feel them hit me pretty hard. I'm terrible at managing my emotions that way, and as a result, I can get hurt deeply emotionally by petty taunts. However, I only have insults affect me if they come from someone I trust and have an emotional connection with. Otherwise, I brush them off.

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    INTPs can be hypersensitive, but it is to different things than other people. I have noticed that they are often overly sensitive to various sensory stimuli (bright lights, noise, distraction), to "annoyance", and to being declared "wrong" about something.

    Logic tends to supplant morality, and they are surprisingly unbothered by social rejections and insults.
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    intp are really sensitive to being told they are wrong. am I rite?
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    It seems to me that I'm not alone as an INTP that scores highly as an Fi user. You can use a function without preferring the use of it. The online cognitive tests are designed to estimate how much you assimilate yourself with the functions, but not which ones you necessarily should use or do use. This is why I mistyped as an INFP for a long time. I think that INTPs are actually one of the types more inclined to use Fi, but actually be harmed by it. While an Fi dom will take their feelings in stride if they are healthy, many types that aren't "good" at handling feelings (especially the INTP with Fi being the "weakest" of their functions) will choose to avoid situations that force them to be too emotive for their own good or will simply learn and adapt over time and find healthy outlets for their Fi use. -->
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    I would say that I used to be very sensitive as a kid. And then it sort of went away as I grew up.

    Now, I probably have the opposite problem. I don't mind professional or constructive criticism (chances are I know what will be mentioned), but any sort of insult I'll usually just brush off and interpret as an emotional response from the other person, and I can safely ignore what that person has to say. I'm of the opinion that other people's reactions and emotions to things are mostly their own problem and really not my responsibility at all.

    An honest admission of some sort of lie would probably be the most hurtful to me personally, but I'd sort of internalize it and work it out on my own. It would express itself as avoiding that source of pain in the future and distance.

    In ways that I'm sensitive now...probably doesn't have to do much with Fi and more about Ti or being a 5. I'm sensitive to being pushed, coerced, guilted in to doing something so I will respond more aggressively and negatively to things like that. I'm also probably disproportionately obstinate when it comes to doing things I don't want to be doing or any suggestion that I should have to change certain aspects of myself in any way.



    Quote Originally Posted by Verfremdungseffekt View Post

    The ramification of weak Fi, the best I can tell, is that I'm just not motivated by my feelings in any significant way. I've little concept of how I might personally be affected by things, and I have trouble seeing why it should matter. Often I can't tell if I like or dislike a thing. So long as it doesn't interrupt my train of thought, and doesn't generate any particularly interesting new thoughts, I tend to be profoundly impartial. I have trouble recognizing what mood I'm in, and rarely think of taking it into account. Because, you know, why? That's just me.

    My last partner seemed to assume if I expressed a preference, it was an absolute decree: I will accept this, and only this. Generally, though, uh, no. If red is important to you, by all means go with the red. I'm just saying a contrast would be more interesting. Why are you angry?

    If something is important, I'll explain it in detail, so you understand the rationale behind it. If I don't do that, chances are I don't really care.
    I would basically agree with this.



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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    intp are really sensitive to being told they are wrong. am I rite?
    I don't think they care. Also, I don't think it is the same as being oblivious.

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    Sensitivity isn't related to the F/T differences. Everyone uses thinking and feeling. Same as everyone uses sensing and intuiting. But they are not all a talent in everyone. Thinkers trust logic and will use facts to persuade people, whereas Feelers trust emotion.
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    INTPs, as a rule, have no hearts or souls, only circuitry.

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