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  2. ESFJ

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  3. ESFP

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  4. ISFP

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    Do you have sources for this statement? I'd be interested.

    Not saying Fe-doms can't be depressed, of course they can, but intuitively I don't see them as among the types most likely to fall into depression.
     
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    Least feel-y type of the F types, Brit :) So in any case quite feel-y!

    But I think we've more or less come to agree that INFJs are more like in the middle, the extremes being ESFP < ..... < INFP.
     
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    Have you heard of the doorslam ;)

    Doesn't mean that there are not many feelings with potentially huge intensity behind it, but it is certainly a cold act
     
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    Yeah. Look up DaveSuperpowers on YouTube. He's typed thousands of people.

    Also, they're not the most likely. It's just that dominant decides are more likely to fall into depression than dominant observers.
     
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    not sure if i'd agree 100% on the left pole being esfp

    an alternative way of answering the question is who is the most think-y feeler

    would be either infj or isfj
     
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    someone design an experiment to study feeling dispositions comparing esfp, infj and isfj
     
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    i would say infj might be the most sensitive though

    does sensitive equate to feel-y?
     
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    Thank you, Ren. I appreciate that clarification.

    I was defining feel-y differently. Coldness is a projection of/responding to a feeling/feelings.

    I was sure this was going to come up in response to my post. However, as cold as it can seem, I believe it's because INFJs feel too much, not because they have little ability to feel. I think that INFJs get tired of feeling a certain way, which causes them to door slam.

    I think that INFJs have amplified negative and positive emotions/feelings, and because of that, INFJs responses to those feelings can seem a little over the top either way.

    ...just my take from my experience.
     
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    i stand by isfj
     
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    ...sensitive because they feel so much.
     
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    I'm not disagreeing--I think we're saying the same thing

    Food for thought: could the coldness of slam be from heightened 'thinking' preferences relative to other feelers

    Whether it's an exaggerated response doesn't really remove it from being "cold" to the receiving end which could lead to a perception of being less feel-y

    Not looking to dismiss feelings of INFJs
     
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    I am still learning so much about types, but I voted ISFJ as well.
     
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    This thread is great

    In this context, INFJs want to be the most feel-y when talking about their sensitivity

    In other contexts, it's "we're not overly sensitive"

    Comedy
     
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    I get it. To the person being door slammed: That INFJ is so cold. Do they even feel? They must not, because they don't care.

    To the INFJ: I feel this so much and I don't like it. I don't want to feel this way anymore: Door slam.
     
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    I'm super sensitive about so many things: senses, criticism, my environment, those around me, etc.

    I wish I could turn my high sensitivity down, a lot.
    Some INFJs find ways to do so, but I struggle.

    You'll never hear this INFJ say that she's not sensitive though. Actually, I'm probably going to go cry in my pillow now because I think an INFJ broke your heart or something. Lol.
     
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    I would say INFJ. But the thing is, most think-y doesn’t necessarily mean least feel-y.

    When you think about it, what are the types other than INFJ where both enneagram 2 and enneagram 5 can be found? None that I can think of. From this perspective it’s quite a flexible type. Type 2 INFJs will be a lot more feel-y than Type 5.

    There is quite a wide spectrum of thinking/feeling within the INFJ type itself.
     
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    Probably because half the forum is mistyped, Brit :laughing::laughing:
     
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