Well now, @asd
, that's a great question. All her life, my LSE-Te mother denigrated people who weren't rational thinkers. She married an SLI-Te. But she didn't have a lot of friends, and none of them seemed to be Feelers.
Near the end of her life, she descended into full Alzheimer's and she no longer tried to mask her anger. She didn't know who I was when I visited her, but she'd insult me anyway. She looked at women as competitors and at men as threats to her safety, and since I was a male, she instantly hated me. In the nursing home, she stabbed a male nurse and just avoided all men in the place.
So I was surprised when I visited her one day and found her engrossed in a conversation with a man who also was deep into Alzheimer's. I went over to them and introduced myself to them (again) and sat down and the man continued with his story while my mother glared at me. But she soon stopped paying attention to me and focused on him.
He was telling a story about his life working for a used car dealer and he made exactly zero sense. His sentences would start out on one subject and would end up being about something completely different. My mother just listened to him talk, and seemed to be enjoying the experience immensely. I had never, in my entire life, seen her take to anyone like that. I'm sure that he didn't know what he was saying, nor did she, but the cadence and tone of his voice completely enthralled her.
I'm pretty sure the guy was EII.
I never saw them together again; the men at that place seemed to have a fairly short life span there, but my father told me that he suspected that his wife was having an affair. Which is ridiculous, but by then, he was starting to lose it, too.
They both died about six months later, of COVID, I believe.