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In this episode, Joel and Antonia continue to dive into deep personality type content around the cognitive function polarities, what they are, why they are important, and how they influence your personality. On the last episode they talked about the perceiving polarities. In this “part two” episode Joel & Antonia discuss the Judging Polarities.

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In this episode Joel and Antonia continue to dive into deep personality type content around the cognitive function polarities, what they are, why they are important, and how they influence your personality. On the last episode they talked about the perceiving polarities. In this "part two" episode Joel & Antonia discuss the Judging Polarities. #MBTI #myersbriggs #polarities

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29 comments

  • Justine
    • Justine
    • December 28, 2018 at 12:11 pm

    Hi Helen,

    I have considered INTJ and someone I was once friendly with in a typology forum was convinced I was Ni-leading. I’ve never been convinced that I am intuitive enough to be Ni-leading, but I am super-interested in ‘hidden’ patterns, I just don’t know that I’m that good at spotting them myself. I think over my lifetime I’ve observed patterns gradually emerge, so have got more intuitive with age/experience. It is possible that descriptions over-estimate INJs abilities to the point they assume they are all a genius, which I personally doubt.

  • Justine
    • Justine
    • December 24, 2018 at 7:09 pm

    Thanks. I don’t ‘calibrate my emotions based on how others are feeling in this situation’ though – I don’t think I find it easy to alter my emotions period, including the process of ‘numbing out’ emotions, which I have actively observed happening even when I didn’t want it to, as another part of me believed it was necessary. I am big on the concept of there being no singular person inside one mind and we are all our own ‘society’ of people encapsulated in one being.

    I do think I have often synched my mannerisms with those of others, particularly if I like them. It could be Fe, but I also have to consider that I still have a relatively weak sense of identity and I am thus still ‘experimenting’ with identity, which I often do in fantasy as well.

  • Justine
    • Justine
    • December 28, 2018 at 12:09 pm

    Hi Helen,

    I’m actually responding to your comment further down, but cannot respond from there – I have considered INTJ and someone I was once friendly with in a typology forum was convinced I was Ni-leading. I’ve never been convinced that I am intuitive enough to be Ni-leading, but I am super-interested in ‘hidden’ patterns, I just don’t know that I’m that good at spotting them myself. I think over my lifetime I’ve observed patterns gradually emerge, so have got more intuitive with age/experience. It is possible that descriptions over-estimate INJs abilities to the point they assume they are all a genius, which I personally doubt.

  • Justine
    • Justine
    • December 24, 2018 at 6:51 pm

    Thanks for responding I appreciate it.

  • Jen
    • Jen
    • December 24, 2018 at 6:13 pm

    I wonder if this is an example of the difference between the emotional experiences of Fe and Fi. Your question seems to be very much about having similar emotional reactions to a given situation, which, as you have noted, doesn’t always happen. This sounds like a Fe way to process: I’ll calibrate my emotions based on how others are feeling in this situation. If you’re looking for emotional resonance it’s distressing when others aren’t reacting the same way.
    To an Fi user, emotions are understood independent of situations and of how others are reacting. It doesn’t matter so much that others are reacting differently to the same situation. It’s the emotions themselves that the Fi user connects to, however they might have come about. As an INFP, I understand and empathize with your confusion, because I have also been confused. It doesn’t matter that what confuses you does not confuse me, or that what saddens you does not sadden me. I see your emotion and respond with empathy because I too have had that emotion. I know what it looks like and feels like in myself so I figure that your emotion may look and feel similar to you. My understanding may nothing to do with my own reaction to the situation that you are reacting to. For example, I can comfort the fear of a small child frightened by a clown, not because I am also scared of clowns but because I recognize and understand the experience of being scared.

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