it's kind of crazy how this thread went from an S saying they're cool with understanding some facets of frustration from an N perspective into basically garbage.
i'm sure there are S frustrations with Ns too. my ESFJ mom and i have trouble sometimes. i tend to delve into ideas and not get things done, while she gets a lot done tangibly. i don't think these things are completely covered by the MBTI ideas of S and N but i do think that it's a decent tool for talking about the differences objectively. we have different priorities; functions are about how we prioritize. i tend to look at things in an intangible way and she tends to look at things in a tangible way. in general. not always. as a "preference", not a rule, it makes sense. and we can both prioritize the same desires via different thought processes. we both want love and a happy family. she gathers us and cares for us IRL, while i try to address communication differences by learning about our personalities. it's for the same purpose, just a different way of going about it. but her efforts are more steadily tangible, and concrete, and thus more readily appreciated by others in general. that's an example of S bias. it's not that big of a deal. sometimes the opposite way of going about things has a tendency to be more appreciated. in academia, for example. i'm not at all saying that Ss don't do well in academia, or that Ss can't, or that the S functions aren't useful in academia. N functions just might have certain tendencies that end up being more easily appreciated in that environment.
imo it just depends on your environment and how you can find ways to cope with it. i do believe my hometown would be best appreciated by SFJs most, but i've lived in a really FP area as well. and NYC, which is really N/Te friendly. likewise maybe this forum is a generally more N way of addressing things. but an S could form this place or arrive here by the same priorities just as easily. all of these designations, N and S, are just generalizations and preferences. they don't encompass everything.