Ever wonder why you act the way you do; why you respond in a certain way to life situations?
The rational functions, Thinking (T) and Feeling (F), determine how we act (with the intention of keeping our life manageable and under control – we hope). By compiling reams and reams of memories and data from past experiences, we know how to act in the present situation. We’re able to predict outcomes to incoming data and then react in the way that is uniform with our personality type. (If you don’t know yet what your MBTI type is, please visit the post from March 24, 2009 and then read on.)
So, what, you may ask, are the differences? Continue reading