Are you confused about your MBTI type?
Well, if you're relatively new to MBTI, then that's pretty reasonable.
But if you've been into MBTI for a long time and are still confused, it may be a simple matter of considering your sources.
From my observations, people struggle with their MBTI type because they rely on unreliable sources for information on MBTI.
To me, if it isn't written by Isabel Briggs Meyers, or if it significantly contradicts Meyers then it is highly suspect information.
I'm not saying that Meyers is a holy figure or that her writings are infallible---but she invented the MBTI, so if it doesn't agree with her, it may be valid, but it simply isn't MBTI---it's something else.
If you don't rely on stereotypes, and don't put much stock in what people say about MBTI---you will not be so confused.
Read the literature for yourself, and you will have a clearer understanding of your type.
In my opinion, the best sources are "Gifts Differing" by Isabel Briggs Meyers, "Personality Type: An Owner's Manual" by Lenore Thompson, and the very simple and accessible "What Type Am I?" by Renee Baron.
I also find Best-Fit Type : Exploring the Multiple Models of Personality Type to be very helpful when you are torn between types.
I sincerely hope this helps.
And anyone who disagrees with me on this is more than welcome to say so, but don't expect a response.
I will only respond to points I consider worthwhile.