I am almost completely new to MBTI, and I still cant type any of people from my RL (probably because of too personal-F view of them so I cant be objective at all)... but it seems to me that ENFPs often feel fake. Like there is not only one personality they have. Maybe most people feel that way no matter what type they are, but it seems, and as I read, it's pretty often among ENFPs.
So, basically, this ENFP personality looks a bit clownish, cheerful, enthusiastic... EDIT:by clownish I dont mean fake.
But on the other hand, I as an ENFP, when I act stereotypicaly for ENFPs (I am guessing at least 70% time, and 30% I am more like mixture of other 3 NPs), I don't feel fake, I feel strong Ne which is making me act that way and I feel great. Other 30% times I wonder who was that clown I was acting like, not that I don't feel like that was me, but I feel like I felt tooooo misunderstood so I kind of used Ne and just said "what the hell, I'll live!!", and I ask myself "what were you thinking, foolish girl, that there is food for your soul out there?", but I still keep going back to that same world, it's not about me, I'm about the world.
I think that maybe ENFPs as all NFs feel very deep and need deep connection, but they feel it towards the world... and as one can't have deep connection with stupid and often superficial world, that makes ENFP struggle between deep Fi and outer world... Fi wants something that world just cant give enough, but still, that something, for ENFP, is in the world.
Any thoughts on this??
Or perhaps, solution for this heartbreaking problem..