Looking at this from the friendship perspective we have the fact that we create friendships through our ideas. This fire quickly burns out, or has the ability to depending on the person with whom you are trying to build the friendship with. First of all if they find your ideas annoying the thought of ever telling an idea again is thrown out and we have to adapt. We are good at adapting, but the human psyche can only take so much failure before it gives up. If our ideas, a great deal of what we rely on to build relationships, is thrown out the door we are defenseless. On another hand if our ideas aren't deemed creative enough the thought that more 'shocking' methods must be taken in order to keep this friendship. This is another 'pass or fail' situation. You have to hope that peoples personal convictions are strongly in place so they don't mind the playful criticizing of them. The thing about leading with Extraverted Intuition is that it's as mentally risky as Se is physically risky. We take giant leaps of faith. I do all of this in order to connect with someone.
The following consequences that can arrive out of these actions are one. The people with whom you shares with think "Well, it's just him/her being crazy again. Let's completely disregard it." or when you don't constantly produce new information they begin to see the reality of your character and think you are boring. These may be irrational in their own rights, but it's a fear none the less. These consequences are the true confidence crippler in my opinion. These are constantly running through our minds. Extraverted Feeling is dangerous in the third spot because this is our only other way to connect with our enviroment and without the help of our Intuition we become helpless and lash out. I would like to note again, this is my own personal experience with forming both types of relationships.
A juggler is constantly related to our thought process, but when you begin to juggle sharper objects the tension rises and the rate of failure increases because of the fear. This is what sends me into fits of depression. I have yet to find someone who doesn't give me the above responses. That's also why I create a mask. This was discussed awhile ago on the forum. I had to adapt to my environment and that adaptation caused me to blend in. This is not a natural state for me and like emotions pent down, true personalities will spill out the sides because of the repression of our ideas. I could go on, but we'll leave it at that for now. I hope this made sense.