Question about Te dominants: Do you think it's typical to compartmentalize emotions? "Part of me feels happy, part of me feels sad, part of me feels angry, part of me feels love, part of me feels resentment, part of me feels fear, part of me feels joy, etc." (all about the same situation) I've talked about this with another LSE who identified, and I've seen an LIE friend do it as well. With this there's a tendency to focus on the emotion that's most useful at the time, and doing so is generally unproblematic.
The other emotions don't really go away until they're properly processed, but doing so often waits for weeks, months, and years. The up side is that it can make life a lot easier. The down side is that it can lead to making decisions based on an incomplete portrayal of your position in the matter. It also creates a lot of mental clutter that can really pile up if you go too long without catharsis.
At this point I've learned to in the very least recognize and validate as many emotional aspects of a situation as possible, even if I don't focus or act on them. It seems to help prevent bad decisions since sometimes when you experience a particular emotion it turns out to be more significant than you would have thought. It gives you more of a balanced and accurate idea of your own position and stakes in a situation.
Anyways, for the other Te dominants (or maybe even Te creatives, too, though I do think there's a degree of rationality involved here), do you experience this as well? Is this a normal, healthy tendency or an avoidant one? Is it something that is ideally overcome? Part of the Stratievskaya LSE/EII duality description says that the EII helps his dual "to not hide the evil in his heart", and I wonder if this is a reference to this tendency to compartmentalize and only utilize what it useful at the present moment. (It's possible that this is simply a mistranslation though.)