So, I'm finding two recurring phenomeny which might be explainable by socionics.
The first is the situation where someone asks for advice and I start riffing off options and ideas and they take it totally as a step by step instruction, get totally overwhelmed and eventually actually become agressive.
Some background; I'm in a management position in my parents firm and this usually comes up when trying to brainstorm strategic options. What happens is, I give them a few ways of looking at the problem or challenge and after a while they glaze over. Than, later, they'll have started doing all the shit I proposed even though I was basically shooting from the hip, trying to provide imput rather than telling them those ideas are actually worth implementing.... Totally wierd!
The second one is where I will be arguing, quite passionately about something and people will go "oh man..he's in his arguing mode" and will start ignoring me. The feedback I recieved (after asking) was something like "you're just doing it for fun" and or "you spin me around but never let me land".
Basically, what happens is, when I get into a philsophical or political argument I usually try to make the conversation as complex as possible. Trying to give all sides a voice, countering any strongly held oppinions my conversation partner has, sometimes escalating the argument into absurdity or relativising it into non-importantness. Basically, i'm always looking to shift perspectives, and I love people who can actually shift mine into a place where I didn't look before.
This usually goes over well as people are usually aware of my playfull nature and wili not take me too serious, but sometimes people get REALLY agressive about it. They'll either throw facts at me, go into solopsistic rages and/or go sulking into corners.
I'm not looking for feedback about how to HANDLE these things (I know, just don't do it as often, I actually succeed at that somewhat) but I'm more interested how this could be explained socionicswise..
Ne overload at people who are Ti seeking?
Ne overload at people who are Ne polr?
shoot if you have interesting perspectives to offer