I was having a conversation with my brother the other day. He was telling me that my biggest problem is that I never admit that I'm wrong. This was in reference to a specific issue. The problem was that I was certain that I was right about this particular issue. Then, I thought about it. Even in school, there have been times when I've done badly at particular tests. In these cases, I didn't think that my study strategy was "wrong", it was just that the elements of chance caused me to do poorly, or the test wasn't well-designed; usually, my study strategies work out well! I thought about it even further, and I'm almost always certain that I'm right - even when people disagree with me and provide what seems to be good reasoning to support their claims. However, I don't like arguments, so I almost always just agree with them to calm things down (even though, on the inside, I either don't understand where they're coming from or still disagree...). Basically, it seems that, in my eyes, I'm never wrong!
It's also interesting that I have another friend who is this way. He might also be LII, but it's weird how we get on each other's nerves. For example, I told him that I've been studying various scientific theories, and how intuitive I find a lot of Einstein's thought experiments to be (e.g., about "space elevators", etc.). His response was that he finds biology to be really intuitive. I thought that what he said sounded crazy, because biology is about the least intuitive subject to me!
Anyway, has anyone else noticed this basic phenomenon amongst LIIs?