It's been a running joke since I was a teenager (and I'm sure others here have noticed). I'd make a statement saying "I don't like that", to be followed with the retort "Hard, you hate everything". At first I did not agree nor understand where they got that from. I was merely stating my opinion on something since it came up in discussion. Over time I first acknowledged that I am more apt to offer a dislike or disapproval than an approval or like (or at very least, the former in a stronger tone and emphasis). To adulthood where I have come to realize that I do hate a number of things. My opinions are quite strong and there is little in between. I still get jokes/prods about this to date from new people I meet. It's done in good fun though and I am not bothered by it at all.
I've kind of described it as "the need to hate". I just need things to hate, and my brain doesn't seem to allow otherwise. I can't explain it. It's almost as if something is missing, or I am lost if I do not have something to push against, dislike, or express dissaproval of, or in general, hate. Almost like I lack a purpose? If I go through long periods where there things are just peaceful, happy, and peechy, something sort of feels wrong and in a way, boring. When I am working against something I hate, it does stress me out at times, but it gives a lot of focus and in many ways is invigorating. In particular if I can get others on board with it.
I'm wondering if this a function thing (in particular Fe). It could be enneagram, or it could just be me. Either way, I wanted to open the discussion, see what peoples thoughts are, and if anyone else shares this to some degree.