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This is a discussion on The Intuitive Conundrum within the What's my personality type? forums, part of the Personality Cafe category; Originally Posted by PiT I think it is worth noting that I tend to do the latter, but mostly to ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PiT View Post
    I think it is worth noting that I tend to do the latter, but mostly to avoid dealing with difficulties from other people and all the while hating myself a little bit for subduing what I think for the sake of rational self-interest. Unless you're an Fi-dom, sacrificing authenticity is pretty standard to existing in the world.
    Thanks, that makes a lot of sense to me and I'd have to agree :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PiT View Post
    I think it is worth noting that I tend to do the latter, but mostly to avoid dealing with difficulties from other people and all the while hating myself a little bit for subduing what I think for the sake of rational self-interest. Unless you're an Fi-dom, sacrificing authenticity is pretty standard to existing in the world.

    Valid point. I'm just trying to get a temperature of where she's at on the Feeling dichotomy. I'm probably not doing it in the most effective way though. But I know me personally as an Fe user (I think)I'm rarely ever concerned about remaining authentic nor do I reflect on my personal values. I don't even ever wish I was authentic it's just not a concern of mine. I'm thinking someone who is Fi in their top two would at the very least would try to be as true to self as possible, even if not always able.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spaceynyc View Post
    Valid point. I'm just trying to get a temperature of where she's at on the Feeling dichotomy. I'm probably not doing it in the most effective way though. But I know me personally as an Fe user (I think)I'm rarely ever concerned about remaining authentic nor do I reflect on my personal values. I don't even ever wish I was authentic it's just not a concern of mine. I'm thinking someone who is Fi in their top two would at the very least would try to be as true to self as possible, even if not always able.
    Hmm okay, that's interesting. I assumed most people aspired to stay true to themselves, I just though the definition of 'staying true to yourself' varied based on whether someone prefers Fe or Fi.

    I do reflect on my values and being authentic is definitely a concern of mine. So if that's how it works, I probably value Fi over Fe.


     
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