- Sep 17, 2014
- MBTI Type
That's also part of the process of growing up, integrating the other functions. For me, that I'm younger, Te can be useful during discussions and I got a decent grasp on it, but my primary approach of reasoning is definitely Ti. Te mostly is obvious business to me. Same with Ni, apart that I really rarely use it because my Ne perceives it as too narrow.
But give it a read, I think it can solve most of your problems.
Ne does have a tendency to view Ni as too narrow, and perhaps Ni views Ne as too shallow, but that's why they go well together. Ne diversifies and expands Ni's focus, and Ni unites Ne's disparate abstractions into an underlying philosophy.