Extroverted Feeling – Interpersonal Intelligence

Extroverted Feeling is what helps us form feelings and values about what is happening around us. The extroverted feeling types look at the relationships they have and the life they have and determines what they want and feel from there. Things are here considered based on how they make you feel, and you have a strong sense of what you like and dislike, and what you want and what you don’t want. 

Extroverted Feeling basically translates to interpersonal intelligence or people intelligence. They look at how they and other people are feeling and seek to create harmony, progress, and change by reaching people emotionally. So typically, these types are highly passionate and emotionally expressive. 

Nickname: The Actor
Found in flow types: ENFJ, ESFJ, ENFP, ESFP
Cognitive function: Extroverted Feeling
Primary domain: The Moral
Interpersonal Intelligence
Body language: Open and warm cheeks
Key terms: Passionate, Warm, Social, Moral, Interpersonal, Expressive

The Actor Type

As an Actor, when you are the most yourself, you are expressing yourself and your feelings outwardly. You share what you want and you talk about what you like and dislike. You’re able to create and shape your environment according to your feelings and to connect and relate to other people. When you are the least yourself though, you struggle with being sceptical or critical of people. You feel it is hard for people to live up to your expectations and high ideals. You feel at times let down or tricked or misled by others or afraid of foul play. 

Typically, you’re seen as a passionate and enthusiastic person, as long as you’re happy and in a good mental state. You have strong morals and a strong sense of what is the right or wrong thing to do in a situation.