I do think the general style of cognition of your type, what you prioritize, etc. is going to seem right to you if you have typed yourself correctly. Where people might come to dislike their type is in seeing the effects of some type-related weaknesses on their life, or feeling like the world expects them to be different than they are. That can make you wish you were a different type. (There's a 'grass is always greener' element to this too, since no one can clearly see the struggles of others and tend to focus on the ways they have it good).