So, I'm a little confused about my type, now. I've classified myself as an ENFP, and when I read things about them (such as the enfp fact or fiction thread going on - not so much the profiles found around the internet), a lot echoes true.
However, a couple of people have mentioned that I don't seem like an E, and perhaps I'm more of an I? This does sort of play into doubts I've had for a while - I've never been totally sure which one I am. And so I went looking at the INFP profiles and comments, and there's quite a bit there than sounds like me, too.
But how much of that is just the -NFP part, and how much is the E/I? (I'm new at this, I'm sure you can tell - I am not very familiar with the theory behind it all.)
Am I then an E, who is in the (bad?) habit of spending a fair amount of time on my own (or not so much alone, but getting social contact via the internet)? I do always wish I got out more, and whenever I do, I always really enjoy myself. Or am I an I, who is quite comfortable with any social interaction, (although I don't really go out and actively seek it)?
Can an INFP be outgoing and social and so very chatty when the occasion is right? Can an ENFP spend fair periods of time with minimal (physical) human contact?
I don't feel like I get drained in social situations, but neither do I feel completely lost without constant interaction.
I'm probably just an xNFP, but anyway, the point of my post is: what are the main differences/tell-tale signs between ENFPs and INFPs? Anything that really determines one from the other?