I see the S and N divide hitting my daughter, Miss Dash. She's having more and more trouble playing with the S kids and opting to play with the N kids more. Last night, she was playing with a lifelong friend from church, and she tired of playing with that friend quite quickly. On the other hand, there are friends that she can play with forever and a day. Then again, i think that she's an S too, so maybe I'm totally wrong here.
Anyhow, there some sort of divide going on between her and many kids in general, and I think it's an S and N thing. Miss Dash is an idea driven machine.
At the moment, I'd classify her as an INFP. I've thought that for years and I still haven't changed her mind.