- Type: SeFi
- Development: ll--
- Attitude: Seelie
What I’ve noticed that I tend to do instead is to essentially shut off my emotions and switch to a logical analysis of the situation.
I can take two paths – I either shut them off completely and switch to a logical analysis that tends to be pretty utilitarian, I think, or I let them do their thing and live them through at maximum intensity. Cry it out. Or freak out completely. If we are talking about sadness or fear.
If we are talking about anger – same two paths BUT I believe I tend to use Te to shut off sadness and fear and Fi to experience them fully. And I think I use Fi to shut off anger and Te to experience it fully.
I might oversimplify and these might just be my patterns of dealing with emotions and not also applicable to others.