I'm an open book.
Lately a lot of people have been asking about my personal problems. I do not like talking about that shit. I do not associate with my hindrances, and prefer to look ahead to where I am going than to focus on where I'm stuck. But given a choice of being polite and answering or acting like an evasive emo bitch, I'd honestly feel less pathetic talking about things that make me uncomfortable than acting like a weakling who cannot handle things that are uncomfortable.
A Siegfried who is confident in his battle prowess need not hide his weak point, even if the person it's hardest to admit to is himself.
I've actually gained further insight into this since owning a rabbit. Prey animals will hide when they are ill, even from the people they rely on to help them. Instinct not to show weakness. Anybody who's owned a cat however knows they'd rather throw up where their human will see it than keep it secret. They care about how they feel, but not what you think about them.
Incidentally, the girl I was referring to always complained I have no shame. I fail to see how this is an insult. If I am ashamed of something, I do not do it. If I do, I take responsibility. Living secretly in shame seems far more shame-perpetuating to me than dealing with it.
Yet Fe-user is not one I'd ever expect.
And mind you, you can find many more Te quotes valuing actions based on efficacy. Nietzsche loved taking apart anything established to the point that had he lived another thirty years, he'd have been attacking himself more ardently than he ever went after Wagner or Christianity.