I have a lot of F (feeling) friends. Some of them are super sensitive to other's feelings and change their behavior to make those around them happy. Others seem less in tune with other's feelings or, even if they are, don't really adapt their behavior in response. Maybe calling them "selfish" is unfair. Please let me know if you can think of a better term.
My question is, do highly sensitive and responsive people have a higher "F" than those who are not so caring? Low "F's" may therefore be emotional and base their actions on their feelings rather than logic, but that doesn't necessarily mean they are supportive friends. Agree or disagree?