A mirage relationship is a relationship of relaxation. None of the intertype relationships so relaxes and discourages partners as the mirage. With a "mirage" partner, it is pleasant to relax or discuss extraneous topics. A person seems to blur, deconcentrate, turn into a shaky mirage. With such a partner, you do not want to do business.
Business cooperation in a mirage relationship is difficult. The motives of each other's actions are completely incomprehensible. What the partner is striving for seems insignificant, not worthy of attention. They expect a completely different activity from each other. Therefore, one cools the other in their business plans. In a mirage relationship, the partners seem to be playing with a broken phone. Such communication from the outside can sometimes look very funny. The introvert in this pair tries to get rid of the extrovert's attempts to impose its opinion and wants to achieve a certain autonomy. An extrovert wants to make an introvert a "normal" person. Both view each other's abilities critically.
Quarrels in mirage relationships are usually short-lived. Partners are drawn to each other. Sometimes the relationship becomes very good and warm. This happens when they don't talk much about specific topics, but rather do more work together. The discussion of the results of a successful work is encouraging, but new attempts to get down to business again face the same difficulties. Together, you can hardly achieve much because of the inability to get together and work at full strength.
At the intellectual level, the L aspect means the construction of schemes, structures, and classifications. This kind of logic is not about efficiency...
Socionics. Second Quadra (Beta) — types, values of the Beta Quadra, mission of the Second Quadra. Humanitarian socionics