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    Default Extraverted feeling - I don't get it.

    Google has not really helped. Could someone who speaks my language please explain?

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    I'm guessing poki will be good at explaining it, but do you mean you don't know what it is or that you're not good at it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenity View Post
    Google has not really helped. Could someone who speaks my language please explain?
    I'm all ears. Bueller???

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    So, basically, extraverted feeling is when you pick up on social cues and base your understanding of issues on external values. This doesn't mean that you don't have a core value set - it's just a way of judging the world. Things "should" be this way, just because thats "how it should be". Many people view extraverted feelers as having very changable views, but in reality, they have a "vision" of how external society should be, and their values try to make both themselves and others more in line with that vision. By that means, they also have an internal set of values that are bolstered by Introverted Feeling in the shadow processes.

    I'm not an expert, but that's my understanding of it anyway.
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    Yeah, Fe, much like Si, is a plague!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    Yeah, Fe, much like Si, is a plague!
    Hey, not true! Both are necessary, and YOU HAVE THEM IN YOU. MUAHAHAHA.

    But yeah, really, Fe is often needlessly demonized. It's not a "fake" way of living life, it's just a way of living it.
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    supposedly my fe is pretty high...i don't really know what it means either though.

    i do like social harmony...does it have something to do with that sort of thing? making sure everyone in the group is feeling content...happy with things?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    Yeah, Fe, much like Si, is a plague!
    Hey, I resemble that comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    supposedly my fe is pretty high...i don't really know what it means either though.

    i do like social harmony...does it have something to do with that sort of thing? making sure everyone in the group is feeling content...happy with things?
    It can be that way, or it can be making sure that the group is going in ANY direction that you want it to go. If you want, for instance, to get people to go skating with you, you'll use Fe as a means to convince people to go. "But it's important to me, come on guys, you're not being fair! We should go because it's fun!" Fe is not excluded from being selfish just because it's an extroverted function
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    Maybe this helps, I dont understand it myself. Substitute SLI with ISTP:

    [edit] 4. Extroverted ethics
    SLIs feel insecure and tense in situations with loud emotional displays whether positive or negative as well as in any situations expecting vocal displays of feelings and passions. Therefore, SLIs try to ignore anything relating to their vulnerable function. However, it becomes most prominent when they cannot properly organise the sensations, actions, and movements of their physical world. When this happens, they will feel hopelessness and extreme loss.

    SLIs prefer to have lots of time to get to know people so that they can let out their hidden passions in a safe and friendly environment where no one will judge them. These passions are tender and must be treated with respect. If they are told they are not passionate enough or are too passionate, they will take offence and hide their emotions from that person in the future. They find it offensive when people assume things about their emotional state based on their expressions, because they find such inferences are too often wrong. Instead of explaining to the person how they are actually feeling, they will get annoyed and push the person away. If an SLI feels comfortable with a person, he can go on and on about his feelings, explaining them in-depth - not anything related to his present state but instead opinions about people he knows and, more often than not, what he finds irritating about them (which is perhaps related to ).

    SLIs see no reason to get worked up about things. They tend to condemn people who do not control their emotional displays and "fly off the handle." They believe that people should think first about the effect their words and emotions will have on other people rather than just spilling out negative or potentially hurtful feelings as they feel like it. If someone has chewed them out in an emotional way just once, they tend to hold this incident against the person for years. To them such behavior is unnecessarily demeaning and malicious.

    SLIs extremely dislike socialising (particularly amongst large groups) because they are incapable of creating and sustaining a wide range of emotions for people. They are also quite unable to deal with the painful and complicated job of organising the unpredictable emotions that they can receive from so many people at any one given time. Consequently, SLIs are often reclusive and socially unengaged despite being rather comfortable around a few people they have learned and when having one-on-one conversations on subjects that they knowledgeable.
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