I've reached a point where I've become kind of ego-focused, in the sense that I tend to think more about the realistic consequence of my actions, and feel less guilty about small interpersonal things that I only I seem to notice and aren't that big of a deal. I think part of it is a result of taking a job that gave me a dose of reality that I wasn't used to before. At some point I just became too busy and angry about certain ways that I've allowed people to treat me to really care. I don't know if this is a permanent thing, or even healthy, but I'm still curious.
I'm still aware of my reactions to people, but at this point it feels more like an angry "fuck you" feeling as opposed to something more....I don't know, noble or abstracted? Like with Fi, I picture going out of their way to justify a judgment that they have, or prove that it all comes from a purely ethical place, whereas with me, it feels more immediate or self-evident?..and I don't feel like other people really have to agree with me or even view at as a justified reaction? I'm not sure what I'm getting at, but I've even wondered if I'm just some strange Fi-PoLR, or even Fi-demonstrative. I feel more free to react to people and different situations how I want to as long it stays in my head now, as opposed to thinking that I have to filter it all the time. Maybe this is just natural, and it only feels more pronounced because I used to make myself feel really bad about it. I don't have any pretenses about being exceptionally moral.