I just find that unacceptable. Personality theories are supposed to bridge the gaps between perspectives. While I believe it has helped me to see who others are, I still find that most people cannot understand where I am coming from. Not so much just on this forum, but irl too.
So I believe that being open to what other people are suspecting is a good way to see what they are seeing vs how I see myself. This knowledge is useful in bringing attention to the idiosyncrasies I still need to work on in order to become more easily understood.
What I find frustrating, is when people try to use the biases of typology to promote like or dislike of your character. This doesn't help anything.
It is like how people say I suck at language and am therefore hard to understand. In this circumstance I suck at self representation. So that too, causes a communication barrier, that ultimately I am responsible for. I will consider it a success when I am disciplined enough to accurately represent myself in a way that is universally understandable to others.
Given the general direction of this thread, I would say the improvements I made to become more understandable have led people to believe I am more of an S type. Which sort of makes sense, since I have tried to combat the 'open for interpretation' parts of my personality.
It also indicates I have gone from one extreme to another, and therefore am still getting it wrong.
It is not that I need to know myself, I know that. It is that I need others to be more aware of myself, if I am to walk the same paths as them without unnecessary conflict or jeopardizing my own integrity.