Yes, you'd be correct, but as an INTP it'd be Ne first and then Fe. It'd be best not to neglect either one, as both are important.I didn't mean to suggest I would extrovert often. Just when I do it's going to be my two preferences right? And then my Ti probably screws everything up and I can't be fluid like ENFJ's and ENTP's.
That's because functions are not skill sets, they are mind attitudes. So having Fe dominant will not automatically give you social skills. ENTPs are not more "socially comfortable" - they are just driven to interact with outside environment more than INTPs. I've met some ENTPs with rather bad social skills (irrational anger outbreaks, propensity for emo-drama, irresponsibility, lack of punctuality, etc.) and they were anything but comfortable about it, as were those around them.And if so, why am I awkward? ENTP's leading Ne are really socially comfortable. And ENFJ's Fe are obviously great with people. But when I extrovert it's pretty weird sometimes.
Don't take this the wrong way, but why are you asking me? I've never even met you. :happy:Okay so even though I am an introvert, do I use extraverted intuition more than introverted sensing since it is my secondary function?
I wouldn't recommend going too deep into Jung unless you have a lot of spare time on your hands. If you haven't read it already, I can't recommend Lenore Thomson's Personality Type: An Owner's Manual enough. It goes into a lot of detail about the interaction between the different types and how type development works.I should read Jung's works.