I know when something is off. When this happens I ask myself, “Why do you feel this way?” I am more interested in the why because generally when I find out why I feel a certain way things seems to become clearer to me. This can be true about my relationships, situations that I come across, things that I observe, material that I read, or any demand that involves critical thinking.
This bothers me most in relationships and situations that I get myself in because it affects me emotionally. It usually takes a while (a lot of times I don’t find out until after things have been revealed which would have been extremely helpful to know before, during, or even immediately after I got this “hunch) for me to figure out the why.
And in that time I get stressed out. Not knowing stresses me the freak out because I know that I need to know and that knowing will help me get out of the situation that I am in because once I know I will be able to DO something about it. And even if I can’t do something about at least I will know how I feel about it. Not knowing involves a lot of waiting and confusion and I just HATE “why” questions unanswered.
Is this an example of Si, Ti, Fi, or something else?
I want to know because this is something that I would like to work on because it can be very road blocking.
Also, if I said because I do this that I rely on my feelings but value “thinking” more, would that make sense?