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    Default How do differentiate Fe from So Subtype???

    As titled, serious question. I'll phrase it in a better way if I can think of something to add. For now... Gib answers plz
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    grace perhaps? Fe tends towards an elegance of expression than an Fi SO type does not possess typically. An Fe user will feel more smooth and continuous, much less self referential.

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    Being very aware of society and group dynamics doesn't have to be Fe. As a strongly social-first Te-dom, I tend to view social dynamics impersonally and systematically - less like an organic mixture of people and feelings and more like a machine.
    ”We know a little about a lot of things; just enough to make us dangerous.”

    ESTJ - LSE - ESTj (mbti/socionics)
    1w9 + sp/so + 145(?) tritype (enneagram)
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