Do people think that ENFJ's generally have thinner psychological boundaries than do INFP's?
I read somewhere that INFP's generally have an extremely strong sense of self [ie they no who they are], but tend to be somewhat deficient in dealing with others, and in particular situating themselves within a group. ENFJ's are the opposite, they innately know what groups want and can adjust themselves to provide that. However, supposedly they aren't good at blocking out that external/social noise and seeing themselves for who they innately are [as opposed to how they adapt to any particular individual and that individuals needs]. I could be remembering this wrong, or explaining it wrong though.
Also, do you feel "thrown around by your passions?" Perhaps relatedly, in your experience do INFP's tend to "ground" you, or at least accept your being thrown around and even try to follow along for your benefit?