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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    The more you use Fe, the more your soul has been claimed and no longer yours.

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    What about those so-called Fe cult leaders and emotional vampires?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    The more you use Fe, the more your soul has been claimed and no longer yours.

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    Yeah , i imagine a world without Fe .... A lot of trump out there without any sense of justice , Who cares anyway ? Let's keep thinking that our little world is better than the rest .
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    Having my inferior Fe develop has been a great thing in my life. More confidence, better friends, more ability to have fun, satisfaction from being able to show people my funny side, better life situation due to having the confidence to put myself out there and achieve things, and a better understanding of my own needs. It was hell getting there because I basically had to force myself to become more Fe-ish to survive in the working world. But I think if it's happening, let it happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    The more you use Fe, the more your soul has been claimed and no longer yours.

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    Are you sure about that?

    Seems more likely to me that Fe *IS* your soul ..... but maybe that should be a separate thread.

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    To Fe or not to Fe...that is the question.

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    I think that I have a fairly healthy Fe for someone of my type, honestly, more healthy than a lot of "F" types I know who use it in extreme abundance without understanding.

    I guess I would say that I do understand it but it is not a priority.
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    Do things for people, then notice the reaction, and try to sort of "grasp" that feeling. Imagine why they might feel that way. Then, you actually see what is meant by taking on other people's feelings as your own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuu View Post
    I think that I have a fairly healthy Fe for someone of my type, honestly, more healthy than a lot of "F" types I know who use it in extreme abundance without understanding.

    I guess I would say that I do understand it but it is not a priority.
    Is that really Fe, though, or are you emulating it using your preferred functions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Julius_Van_Der_Beak View Post
    Do things for people, then notice the reaction, and try to sort of "grasp" that feeling. Imagine why they might feel that way. Then, you actually see what is meant by taking on other people's feelings as your own.
    That's Ne/Si, though. Gauging what others want and internalizing the experience for future use. For it to be Fe, you have to ground the outlook from a collective vantage point.

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    glhf

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