I was thinking, if I'm ISFJ I'm definitely stuck in an Si-Ti loop.
Well, in my defense, my closed mindedness was likely encouraged and rewarded :/You do seem kind of comically closed minded as a child though
You're right, I can't be Ni dominant. Probably Ne-Si / Si-Ne.
I watched some INFP videos on youtube and I think I may be one of them. I can relate to 80-90% of what they say (20-10% = I don't like art or literature (I prefer philosophy), don't care about artists expressing their feelings, don't read much, don't like writing at all, and I have no problem labeling people when typing them (yes, everyone is unique and yada yada, but the MBTI is an approximation)).
For some reason I still see feelings as a weakness, which is why I can't/don't want to express them directly (expressing myself for me consists mainly in wearing t-shirts with the logo of my favorite tv shows/bands) and might explain why I couldn't relate to F functions.
I do value others' feelings though: when someone is scared of something like swimming pools or has a phobia, people usually try to convince them that there's nothing to be afraid of and they force them to try ("just once, you'll love it")... when this happens I'm always the first to tell these people to leave the poor guy/gal alone. Everyone has different fears because everyone has had different experiences, positive ones but also negative ones, and it drives me crazy how some people just can't understand that by forcing someone who is phobic of x to face it, they're making it worse, and that if they're not afraid of x thing, it doesn't mean that being scared of x thing is stupid. They need to separate fear from danger. Danger is not always real. Fear can be irrational but it's very real.
And e9 makes sense. I don't know if w1 or w8 though.