So I read this about Se as a second function:
I struggle with this all the time, especially as of late! The worst part is, I'm fully aware of it, I just have no idea how to stop. It's like a charging bull. Every time I start having trouble making a big decision, and exhaust Ti, I throw my hands up and let Se take over. Which doesn't always work like I'd like it to.Since extraverted Sensing is likely to be a trusted process, they may engage in it in an overprotective and stunting way. At times, others may view them as overly focused on enjoying their own experiences and near-term payoffs. Under stress, they may become too insistent on adapting to the immediate moment and the data in front of them. Then they continually read the ever-changing events around them rather than focus on where they are going and following through with their commitments.
Have you other ISTPs/ISFPs struggled with Se in the same way? How in the world do you break yourself of it, even if it's only temporary? Oh, and if anyone else has any input, it would be much appreciated