Post by supahprotist on Oct 26, 2017 17:03:23 GMT -5
Hey, this is the user formerly known as G. House (TiSe).
As the subject line states, I'm not doing anything. I don't feel sad or hopeless, I don't feel anything at all, I've just deconstructed all rationales for doing anything. I don't care about anyone or anything, there's nothing I want to do or accomplish in life. I'm already pursuing answers as to why I'm behaving in this manner through other means (psychology, psychiatry and philosophy), but I was wondering if anyone had any CT explanations that might explain what I'm going through right now.
That sounds Ti/Fe-problem to me. I have noticed that sometimes other people can motivate me to really get involved into something. Although I'm interested in many theoretical subjects, it can occasionally be that I don't find enough motivation to really delve into some problem or question or topic in general because it doesn't feel important enough to my mind to invest lots of energy to that. But when someone presents me a problem or I socially commit to something, I can really immerse myself into that (if that's something I also find interesting). I have noticed that same tendency in those of my friends who have Fe-function. And the opposite tendency in those who have Fi-function: they can really find the meaning within themselves. I could be completely wrong in this but I think the feeling of "importantness" becomes via F-functions, and having Fe means you have to get that from outside of you.
For me, being Ti-lead and Fe-inferior, it is really important to have the right amount of company of other people, not too little and not too much. I don't know what is your situation but maybe being more around other people could bring more feelings of meaning. (I hope that didn't sound too offensive. It's pretty difficult for me to express myself in english and I may sound too blunt.)
I'm not really certified in cognitivetype or psychology, so this might not be what you are looking for... but I hope you don't mind my input friend! ^u^
Meaning is a bit of a subjective thing. So figuring out a way to find value in things is a personal thing that only you can really figure out, I believe. If it's that you've reached a state of stagnation, and find your mind and thoughts or vision is clogged and clouded, then maybe shaking things up a bit might help? expand your horizons, try new things, let your insides be stirred and let loose all that mental dust! maybe learn a new skill? express yourself some way? get your energy flowing!
Not every action or thing has to have some deep, high ideal value to it. it's okay to just live.
from a functional perspective, id guess you probably have been to introverted lately. Engage that Pe! tell your ti to shut up for bit! hehe! >u<;;