yeah that all sounds good Amargith, but it still seems to be following that general trend of "I never do wrong, and if I do, then it's justified and probably your fault for not satisfying my unspoken and highly unique rules of conduct in the first place, and I'm not sorry and never will be, so balls to you whether you're upset or not!"
Like you're actually doing the person a favour and honour to listen to them, you know, as if you're a king or queen with a peasant begging to get your pig back that his cook commandeered the day before. He'll listen to you, possibly, if you satisfy all the required court etiquette that you've no way of having learned before, but there's no guarantee that he'll admit it was wrong to take your pig or give it back, he probably has a charter that says it's actually his divine and royal right to have any pig he wants so you've no right to even feel aggrieved, and you should feel honoured that he even listened in the first place, now go away and no, there is no right of appeal!
(btw one of the distinguishing flaws of the ENFP that I was trying to express I've experienced was a rather idealized self-image, so even when they do say "I always listen to people" or "I always let people finish before I speak" or whatever, the reality very often doesn't match up to how they perceive themselves.)
It's interesting that there's still no acknowledgement there of any benefits to be gained by being rather more flexible with approaching others, or accommodating others' approaches - it's pretty much "my way or the highway" isn't it?
Heheh, new nickname for the ENFP: The Aristocrat!