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  1. Which student reaction is worse?

    Member Polls
    I just wanna see whether poll responses correlate with T/F preference. "T" answers are for Thinkers and "F" for Feelers. Regardless of whether you think this accurately portrays T/F, which reaction do you think is worse? Assume the students are the same age, are reacting to the same teacher...
  2. [ESTP] Putting up with Feeling Females?

    ESTP Forum - The Doers
    I have now gotten myself into the second job where I must regularly work with feeling females. They gossip and speculate all day. It drives me nuts!! They know almost nothing about me because I have to bite my tongue all day. As I get more used to them, my filter will inevitably fail me, I know...
  3. How does it feel to develop Thinking?

    Myers Briggs Forum
    I would like to know how Feelers experience the development of Thinking.
  4. [ENTP] Do you find sensing feeling types boring?

    ENTP Forum- The Visionaries
    I don't know if i find them boring or they look always bored to me
  5. [INFP] INFP : What types do you get along with and which ones you crash with ?

    INFP Forum - The Idealists
    I've already made a thread similar to his one for everyone but since I'm an INFP , I was just curious what other INFPs prospective was. Here's my list again. So what types...
  6. NF's: Which Type Are You Most Attracted To?

    NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers
    Yes, it's time for your one and only dose of romance for the day. I kid. I'm sure as romanticists of the MBTI your romance lives are rocketed daily with novels starring fictional heroins and the tragic heroic prince and the sugar plum fairy and the falling star all of which end in a marriage...
  7. What three other MBTI types, other than your own, do you relate to?

    Myers Briggs Forum
    Just feel like this might be a good way to narrow down ones type.
  8. "Feelers" subconsciously pretending to be "Thinkers" among the population?

    Myers Briggs Forum
    "Feelers" subconsciously pretending to be "Thinkers" among the population? I have always gotten the impression that feelers are really a little bit more common than thinkers or on equal amounts among the population. I've personally stumbled across many people who would like to describe...
  9. Are you too trusting?

    NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers
    (Other types, feel free to chime in and offer your experience) Due to personal experiences, I find it hard to trust and open up enough on a friendship level or other intimate relationships. BUT I seem to have a tendency to be too trusting of people in general, guided by the subconscious belief...
  10. [INFP] INFP's or 'Feelers' 'Emotional' Responses

    INFP Forum - The Idealists
    I've had this some up more often lately and I was curious about other INFP's or 'Feelers' thoughts on this. Sometimes I reply to someone simply to spark a little debate or clarify their position but I often use the phrasing 'I feel like...' instead of 'I think...' This is mostly because I think...
  11. Most common F type among men and T type among women

    Myers Briggs Forum
    It's pretty well-established that Thinking types are more common among men, and Feeling types are more common among women. But what is the most common Feeling type among men, and the most common Thinking type among women (at least here on PerC)?
  12. [INFP] Are INFPs cursed ?

    INFP Forum - The Idealists
    When I'm in a relationship or like someone, I do occasionally feel intense desire or love or whatever it is I am feeling at that moment - yet as soon as I admit something about it, all of my feelings disappear. :exterminate: This also goes for close friends. I adore my friends but at times they...
  13. [INFP] Anti-INFx Hate Group or something?

    INFP Forum - The Idealists
    So I've noticed that the INFP is often reduced to a blubbering, blindly optimistic fool by others. I'm at the point where I expect to be disappointed by these two-dimensional, condescending "portraits" of the INFP on MBTI websites. As a response, I made a short post on my blog that's basically...
  14. Thinkers more introverted than Feelers?

    Myers Briggs Forum
    Are thinkers seen as more introverted and less extraverted in general than feelers, regardless of whether they're introverted or extraverted (well comparative to their extraverted/introverted feeler peers)? Since they are more concerned with ideas than people, or else might see people from a...
  15. I think i am a fi-te user, but i don't know which type i am. Please help me.

    What's my personality type?
    I am confused about my type, i think i am an ixfp, xxfx, mostly a fi-te user. I am unsure about my functions but all i can say about that is that i am sure being a feeler, (sorry for the spelling mistakes, english is my fourth language :tongue: ). - When I am angry : I am apathetic...
  16. T/F Types Popularity Contrast

    Myers Briggs Forum
    The thread title sucks, I know. Please bear with me as this may sound like a very one-sided opinion, but there seems to be a trend amongst Feelers to seek out Thinkers attention, some to the point of almost being fanatics. So here is my main question: why exactly do feelers feel the need to...
  17. Misinterpreting "Down-to-Business" Tone of Voice?

    NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers
    When someone you are usually on good terms with (and even moreso with people who aren't usually on good terms with you) is in their Down-to-Business mode, just focused on the facts and getting important (boring) stuff done, like paying bills, filling out forms, preparing to go somewhere, getting...
  18. [INFP] Do you wish you were Thinking over Feeling?; Good ways to develop Si & Te

    INFP Forum - The Idealists
    I often find myself deeply admiring logical, purely objective thinkers and although I'd consider myself quite logical for an INFP (which has been partially influenced by my ENTJ boyfriend), I often envy this trait and wish it came more naturally to me. Sometimes it's very hard for me to be...
  19. [INFP] How emotional are you?

    INFP Forum - The Idealists
    So... I know Feeler types (especially INFPs, being Fi dom and all) are usually stereotyped as being very emotional, fragile, fluffy people, despite indication that the Feeling functions don't necessarily have to do with emotions. But how true is that stereotype for you? And would you say an...