what did you do about it (including both avoidance and growth).
For example, my inferior function is Ti. I remember noticing my feeling of discomfort around logic in adolescence (for more info, see below.) I decided to place more importance on math to help strengthen my brain. I consciously used trigonometry and other logically based classes/subjects to practice more logical thought processes. Now, I've come full circle and I use logic around people, my favorite subject. I think it is really important to know what motivates you.
More about this feeling of discomfort:
It sucked when I realized that my communication skills were lacking due to my lack of logic. I began to learn the same lesson over and over again: Instead of being great at communicating and usually accurate as I thought, I actually spoke so generally that it was difficult to be inaccurate. And I wasn't really saying much.
I have always liked to think of myself as intelligent. But really many people in conversing with me would often agree and nod because of my emotion, or my ability and desire to connect. If I meant something specific I struggled to get the meaning across, usually around T's who asked questions bc they were like, What the heck are you talking about?
Now my skills are much improved, although when I am tired or sick not so much. And I always will have room to stretch. Logic became easier, but will never come easily.