I don't know you well enough to have a firm opinion but I have no objection to ENTP. I'm guessing you've probably had time to mature though because you don't have the brashness I typically associate with younger ENTPs.
^ Sure you are an ISFP? I thought INFP was obvious.
Also, Senza's claims at being an ISFP would have made a bit more sense if she was a 5w4. I always thought she was a 5w4 (not 4w5) while she typed herself as an INFP. But ISFP 9w1 Sp/Sx she has typed herself.
@Kayness is an ISFP 9w1 SP/SX too. You two don't vibe the same way.
5w4 atleast? I'm not learned enough to argue about enneagrams with you because you have surely studied it more than I do.
Don't kill me. Geeesh did I just ask an ISFP claimant to not kill me? My balls have surely fallen.
No, Riva, I'm not sure. I've thought of myself as INFP for long enough that it's bound to distort my cognitive lens to some degree. However, several people have brought up good evidence for why ISFP is a better fit for me and I'm starting to think they might be right. However, I still haven't had a @Marmotini-like revelation one way or another, and I'll probably only be satisfied if I have one of those.
On the contrary, I did have that flash of insight and self-recognition with enneagram 9, once I grasped what the core issues were. It was actually a very unpleasant experience to see my flaws externalized in a profile like that but I had to admit that they were completely true in almost every respect.
I'm not 100% sure on 9w1 because several people have also said I vibe more like a 9w8. I feel strained and critical internally, which fits better with w1, but apparently, I express w8 flares of anger when I do externalize my inner rage.
I'm very sure of core 9 though but not quite immodest enough to say I have balanced wings.
I know I don't vibe like Kayness. I could ascribe that to differing tritypes, but really, I'm at a point where I find it okay to say that no, we're just different people with different life histories and experiences and emotional lives. We can be similar in some ways and different with others and still be the same type. It's all okay.