One of the many reasons that people within the typology community tend to mistype is due to the blind spot over focus, when the instinctual variant that is at the bottom of one's stack is overused in an unhealthy manner because it is not valued. Still, because it is being overly focused on, it can sometimes be mistaken for the dominant function. Here are some examples of typical behavior just to start conversation:
sx blinds: Becomes creepily obsessive about a person, relationship, or topic, oversharing of personal information, going to the extremes to find stimulating experiences
sp blinds: Going on crazy health adventures/diets, overindulging in comfort and refusing to go outside their comfort zone
so blinds: Going on rampages about why society sucks and becoming resentful, focusing on rejection
Of course, you can tell which blind spot I know most about just from the detail I put into this...
ANYHOW, conversation questions:
1) Have you ever experienced blind-spot over focus or know anyone else who has? Describe your experience.
2) What other behaviors do you think could be added to this list?
For me, I've experienced sx over focus through becoming somewhat hedonistic in searching for experience. I don't think I went to crazy with it though, I'm pretty out of touch with my sx. I can almost relate to the so blind spot fixation, though that's just because my so is unhealthy. I've seen other sx blinds do the relationship thing though.