Update: This thread is done, no need to read it. Post more if you want, I know some members may still be in discussions.
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Well, these past few weeks, I've given up on INFP, and have accepted that I am truly an ENFP. However, despite this realization, some questions still I wonder.
I don't necessarily fit into the common ENFP stereotype here, which seems to be that all ENFPs are these cute cuddly, loving, furballs of playfulness and bubbly-ness. I know not all ENFPs are truly like this, but I really not like this description in any way. I also have never questioned my F, as one might notice that this is sounding a but like an ENTP. No, I am still very much like an INFP, and I feel more serious-minded than the optimistic loving playful sunshine ENFP.
I'm trying hard not to sound like I'm ranting or anything, or criticizing anyone, I'm just trying to find some common ground on what ENFPs are really like, as I have read a lot of descriptions about ENFPs describing them as very optimistic, playful, full of lively energy, and it sounds a lot like an ESFP, which I am not.
Any other ENFPs feel the same way? Can anyone explain to me why I am not a normal ENFP?