According to the Mental Muscle Diagram Test, i have a high Ti -21 and a relatively low Fe-13. And Ti is the second highest behind Ni. Now, i'm not sure how accurate the test is, and that's not really what i'm interested in. I'm only using the results as a background for a question about the use of Ti and Fe, and how they relate or interact separately or together in different situations. The way i've come to understand the significance of the Ti vs. Fe distinction in my life (as an example) is that i'm not very effective when i'm most concerned or having to exercise Fe vs. Ti. It sometimes would seem to minimize my productivity when i'm having to be too concerned about getting along with others or focusing on feelings or even being compassionate. Not sure if this is really related to functions or it's simply a personal difficulty balancing expectations. I exercise Fe online quite well it seems, but it means i suppress Ti quite a bit, because basing or responding to Ti only sacrifices necessary Fe. When i'm having to be concerned about what others feel or think of my performance in an area, my Ti is suppressed and becomes weak, leading me to focus on improving Fe, but undermining Ti. Not sure whether this is the correct or typical way these functions are expected to work together. It's quite difficult to exercise both at once, which probly has more to do with the fact that they are opposing processes i think. Someone can correct me on this. The above was simply to provide a background. But does anyone else struggle with balancing Ti + Fe effectively. How do you see them working with or against the other day to day, in job, personal, or social life?