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    No moss growing on me Giggly's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWing View Post
    I want to kiss a Feeler
    Fixed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    Fixed.
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    I see that people have begun to disrupt this thread. - Maybe because the content is uncomfortable to them?

    In any case, the off-topic remarks are now so numerous that it would be worthwhile to move them to a spin-off thread.

    I see also that people are content to repeat the same ad hominem slur over and over.
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    thats because we reached closure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AvereX View Post
    thats because we reached closure.
    Those with closure have usually passed the continuation stage... Conversations aren't exempt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackwater View Post
    Yes I concur. This is actually my main critique of Feeling. Although way too often people end up hearing "feelers suck". (which I, to the best of my knowledge, have never said).

    Though this supports my earlier point that people unconciously treat Thinking as superior to Feeling. No one will take the statement: "Thinkers are so cold" to mean: "Thinkers suck".
    I agree with this. Whenever there is a hint of criticism leveled at the emotionality of "F" types, even if it's not really a criticism, a mechanism is triggered that releases various defensive reactions. When someone says that "T" types are cold, no one feels the need to defend them by re-listing all of their merits. This behavior implicitly suggests that there is a power imbalance between thinking and feeling that places feeling on the losing end.

    The fact that anybody felt the need to defend feeling as an "equally valid" or "just as rational" process confirms, over and over, the very hierarchy which they wish to deny.

    Edit: I will say, however, that the OP was set up in such a way as to provoke that kind of response. Sort of like a trap. I would also like to qualify the first sentence of this post, as not all people (not all F's) respond in such a manner to discussions about "F" and emotion.
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    This thread kinda makes me want to bang my head against the wall.

    But I'll try to restrain myself because my therapist said it was bad for me to do that as often as I used to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
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    Now there is a perfect example of T's never, ever getting their intellectual panties in a twist.
    Indeed!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    I agree with this. Whenever there is a hint of criticism leveled at the emotionality of "F" types, even if it's not really a criticism, a mechanism is triggered that releases various defensive reactions. When someone says that "T" types are cold, no one feels the need to defend them by re-listing all of their merits. This behavior implicitly suggests that there is a power imbalance between thinking and feeling that places feeling on the losing end.

    The fact that anybody felt the need to defend feeling as an "equally valid" or "just as rational" process confirms, over and over, the very hierarchy which they wish to deny.

    Edit: I will say, however, that the OP was set up in such a way as to provoke that kind of response. Sort of like a trap. I would also like to qualify the first sentence of this post, as not all people (not all F's) respond in such a manner to discussions about "F" and emotion.
    What do you mean by the bolded? Simply that T's have more power?
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