I feel like there's a flaw in this system. I get stuck at the "Thinking vs. Feeling" part. Most solutions I come up with are based on logic and reason. It is also true that I have trouble talking about my feelings. On the other hand I am very aware of other's emotions. Ethics are something I value very highly, and I realize that the smallest things can turn someone's day around. It's like having a scientist that can't dream about tomorrow. Should you try to separate these two? Everyone should be aware of their feelings. While certain people strive to be thinkers. -- Anonymous
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A1 It is normal for many logical intuiters to also be empathetic by nature, able to internally feel the emotions of others to suss out how to act. -- Anonymous
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