I'm thinking of this because sometimes I feel that someone is an N but I have little information to back it up. They talk sensor things. Sometimes I think so based on their job, or general demeanor, or other random data. (Their shirt has a button missing or something . Kidding!!! ) Also, regarding "sensor bashing" a few on this forum mentioned that it may be because they are introverted intuitives living in a world of extraverted sensors and they want to blame things on them- or along the lines.
So what do you think?
Do you N's feel pressure to act like S's in this S-focused world? How do you cope? If you do indeed try to hide your awesome N ness, how well do you do?
And what would you tell us S's to do to make N's feel understood by us? (Without losing our sensorishness.)
I'm mildly expecting a lot of you to say, "no, I don't feel pressure." Since you already know about MBTI. Do you know any N's that seem to feel out of place?