EIIs are typically negligent of their surroundings and have difficulty keeping track of objects or constantly monitoring things and people around them.
They can be passive and self-absorbed, often preferring to wait for things to happen rather than make them happen. As such, they tend to have quite a number of lost opportunities. To a certain extent, EIIs can be oblivious to hints from someone who is romantically interested in them. Therefore, this gives the other party the wrong impression that they are not interested in them.
Outsiders often think the EII is oblivious to reality because they will often neglect basic needs. Although it is by no means necessary, this may also manifest itself as a general rejection or aversion to violence or force as a means or way of life.
Not at all.
I do relate to ego Ne.
EIIs have a natural understanding of people's inner makeup and see what can be done with that makeup to bring them closer to ideals. EIIs have a very well-developed view of what people and relationships should be like and are able to help others reach those ideals.
EIIs understand people very well. They often give good advice, and have a strong understanding of the inner workings of even the most complicated minds. They have well developed ideas concerning ideal emotional states for individuals, and always have advice as to how an individual can reach that ideal.
I can relate to that very well... But I also relate to ego Se. I also relate to super ego Ne.
I'll just type some random stuff about decision making I suppose.
I see the possibilities in everything, but I think that things will definitely go wrong if I go off on a tangent. If I get unrealistic about a concrete situation... that's just no good. So I like to stay grounded in my decision making, I like to make the most realistic choice that I can think of. With the variables that already exist. I just simply think that it's the best thing to do. People often see Ne in me, but that's because we're talking about a theory here. I will get theoretical about a theory, but about real life situations I stick to my guns. I have learned in life (the hard way, via experience) that if you go off on a tangent, jump to conclusions, think of unrealistic possibilities, that this will just make things worse for you.
Surface value is something that every living being can relate to, and it's a good medium for decision making when it comes to people. If the possibilities presented by something at surface value don't add up, then I'll think about what the possible meaning behind the facts I have is. It will cause harm if you jump to conclusions in my opinion, meaning if you actually believe these conclusions. Everyone can be hopeful about something and imagine things that could happen, but it's nice to keep these things close at hand just in case something of that sort happens. Usually I have these conclusions mapped out in my head, ready for when something of that sort will happen.
Another thing to note is that I try to crush my weaknesses. I'm an enneagram 8w9, I try to make myself better, to be the strongest human being I can (mentally). My theory behind this is that I have improved on my weaknesses in POLR Ne (possibly), or in the case of EII, improved on my weaknesses in POLR Se. All of these typological theories, MBTI and socionics, have helped me realize my weaknesses and helped me improve on them. In MBTI I am an INFP. MBTI and socionics are different from each other... and it's to my understanding that your types can be different in each (as in as an INFP in MBTI I don't have to be INFj/EII in socionics).