Topic Guide: Valuing

Valuing is a Cognitive Process that is also known as Introverted Feeling, or Fi.

People with a gift for valuing usually need to make sure they are true to who they really are, and pay attention to the development and refinement of their own value systems. Living as someone who is gifted at valuing and not actively pursuing one's own values and interests is extremely risky and can quickly result in burnout.

Those who gain less leverage from valuing typically prefer harmonizing as an alternative. They may find that the question of "who am I, and what do I need from this relationship or experience" is difficult to answer and does not interest or motivate them. Instead, they may seek a combination of elegant logical outcomes and mutual social energy.

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