INTP still doubting if not ENTP here - this is SO spot on it might be the most accurate description I've ever read about how one might experience FeFor me, Fe is a little like booze. For one, it's kinda like that thing on the grocery list that I'm either forgetting or buying too much of. There's no doubt it can be fun and intoxicating. Yet, inevitably, the next day I feel weird--like I might have said something embarrassing--and I just want to be alone.
Bolded parts remind me about things I ve been advocating recently.I feel a little beside myself when my Fe isn't appreciated, it's not often I show emotional regard I have for people in general.
-For others, Fe is all inclusive: compliments, concern for how their day is going, material concerns, etc...
-For me, Fe is purely emotion. When my emotions are dismissed I default into robot mode even when I don't want to.
I've only met one person who genuinely sounds insincere when it comes to Fe expressions, but I realized writing this post that I'm more likely to joke about my feelings so I don't get hurt. So I can relate to the perceived insincerity, even though I'm dead serious.
But kudos to @aliceinbrc, probably the best explanation I'll run across on this topic.
Response to red : I see Fe as being an attention whore who needs to be tamed (by Ti, and Ti needs to be wrapped into some Fe, we know how to be charming, it s instinctive ) so that it can only focus on the positive.When im drunk I sometimes go full Fe, never go full Fe.
When Fe is used as etiquette I feel weird. What are they trying to do, bore me into a lame response?
The same, except that I always start wondering if there's a possibility to manipulate myself to become a permanent INTP so that I wouldn't need peopleWhen my efforts go unacknowledged, I start to feel drained and have to withdraw for a little while to reorient myself.