ok so obviously self-growth and development is a good thing, so just hear me out for a second. as we age, we supposedly become more developed and grow within our type (think of convergence) through life experience and the learning and mastering of life lessons. however, socionics tells us that when you are using one element, you cannot be using it's complement at the same time since their definitions are each other's respective opposites (so you can't use Se and Ni at the same time for example). So as our other weaker IM elements grow and develop, this is therefore at the expense of our stronger IM elements. So i guess my question is: do you view this as a good thing or a bad thing? i mean, obviously it's not good to be unbalanced in anything, but it seems to me your strong functions become so strong to overcompensate for your weaker ones. IMO, for the individual it's better to be balanced, but for anything dealing with other people in terms of intertype relations or contributing in some way to society, it's actually worse. so then continuing with this line of thinking are young, less-developed types more apt to better society? could self-growth and development actually be a bad thing?