Very rarely. I find they can have a tendency to appear very opinionated and certain about their interpretations of my actions & motives and it pisses me off. The way I appear opinionated and certain about completely non-personal things, and it pisses them off. I have rarely, if ever, lasted ten minutes in conversation with most - though most of my encounters were when we were younger, and hella more stubborn, which explains a lot of it. I think INXJs can often appear more certain/opinionated than they are, though, & I'm trying to apply that interpretation to them as well as INTJs. Often, though, there is a very visceral reaction of discomfort even in reading some posts. I think it also plays into flashes of my abusive ISFJ mother -- some FJ things really just freak me out.
And yet somehow I started dating one & we were pretty good friends before... he's done the same completely misguided responses and unnecessary advice thing that usually annoys me, but responds extremely well to my clarifications, so there is no head-butting. I made the effort to give him chances to back off and re-evaluate, he didn't take my clarifications as an attack, the way it usually happens, and so far he's taken the chance every time and come back with a better theory/acknowledged the validity of my interpretation, never claiming or appearing to believe (as seemed so often to happen with INFJs), that he knows me better than I do myself. Plus we had a ridiculously awesome discussion about probabilistic meta-analysis. I think the fact that we have had such long, involved discussions really helps - too often assumptions would be made about what I mean and probably the other way, but with our ridiculously verbose e-mail thread we can each go on and on as much as we like & things get clearer. Talking to another Dom-Ni can be really really cool. And no one is overstating statistical outliers! I may be interpreted sometimes, rather than just listened to, but at least he takes into account all the data, not just pieces that suit a particular theory.
I can see patterns that link back to things going wrong before, but since we're sidestepping these (so far - touch wood), I'm hoping to be able to build in the opposite direction, and be less annoyed by INFJs in general, rather than treating him as an exception. About time I did something about that knee-jerk response. Although some are also clearly crackpots or too F to be compatible with someone like me.