Are confused and sometimes stunted by emotional turmoil happening inside. May feel faltered in their relationships if they are not given ample reassurance that they are allowed to express themselves. Are unsure and pressured by their intuitions as they do not know if they should trust them. At times, go on long tirades of emotional outbursts (positive or negative) due to holding them in for extended time periods. Can cause themselves paranoia in wondering how they will ever love someone. May be puzzled by art when it is not directly clear what it’s expressing. Do not know what their deep desires mean and how to interpret them – but wish to understand them.
Can over-identify with negative emotions and respond aggressively to those who reject their perspective. Tend to be sensitive to cultural differences and may try extra hard to understand them in order to avoid falling into any disagreement. Can go overboard with their emotions and become venomous which causes regret. May focus entirely too much on what their friendships, loved ones, and intuitions mean to them – often leading to neuroticism and anxiety about every new person who enters their lives.
Can try to ignore their emotions in order to feel a sense of calm. Do not know when to apply inner reactions to any given situation. Oftentimes do not know how to go about something when they’re feeling offended – may distrust the offended feeling all together. May feel weary and wishing to escape the company of people who are emotionally volatile. Can convince themselves that they don’t care about their emotions. Will avoid all situations in which they are expected to produce emotional content. Can become stressed by any instance where they have to entertain relational dynamics between people.
Understand their own emotions towards certain people and become fixed in these emotions long-term. Find an outlet to share their desires and emotions in a healthy, stable way. Feel a sense of brevity in emoting the feelings that have been swirling inside of them. May find hidden abilities in art, poetry or song that was unfounded until they explored it. Become comfortable in who they are and how that relates to those around them.
The 3E attitude is formed by placing the emotion aspect (E) into the insecure position (3rd). Insecure emotion (3E) has an apprehensive and unsure attitude towards all concepts of the emotional world. All 3E types are insufficient at being involved in matters relating to human emotions. They are mostly anxious about their understanding of relationships, personal feelings, cultural differences, art, deep desires and person to person interaction. These types tend to have a shaky and unstable relationship with how they process all things related to the emotional realm. They tend to need clarification and feedback from others when engaging in all emotional matters.