Help me differentiate between these three types. Whatever you can say that helps is helpful. (tautology).
Specifically, I'm thinking about the issue of power struggles. SLEs and SEEs are both very alive to power dynamics, who's on top, where their place in the hierarchy is (although SLE will be more of a practical hierarchy of skills, and SEE will be more of a social hierarchy of personality dominance). EIEs also seem to be frequently engaged in power control. Two very popular examples are the character Effie in Dreamgirls ("And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going") and the character Medea in Euripides' Medea. They both engage in power struggles, but I think the difference is what is foregrounded and presented to others. I find Se-leading people are more directly volitional (like, "I want you to do this, I don't want you to do that"), whereas Fe-leading people are more explicitly using the anger, or sadness, or desire they are actively feeling in the moment to get their way. But with SEEs, this line is somewhat blurred. Even ESEs can be very demanding and commanding, but they do it in what seems to me to be a very emotional and very non-practical way. Anyway, those are my preliminary thoughts. Discuss, por favor.