this is a weird question so I am not sure I will phrase it quite the right way so please feel free to correct or redefine.
Many ENFPs I have ever met have a tendency to seek external affirmation and feedback. This intuitively makes sense for me-I tell you how I feel about an issue, you mirror that, and feel the same way, thus I know what I felt was "okay" or maybe "not okay". Maybe I over reacted or under reacted, I dunno. Sometimes it really is just plucking the Fi connectivities as well-"Is this person still my friend?" I have tried to recognize this as I have aged.
Since Fi is internal, I assume we are using our external emotional response to a situation to build/prune the Fi rules-the branches of our Fi value systems maybe? But since we are extroverted we will do this partially externalized since we have to "think on our feet"?
So do other enfps do this same thing? Does this^^ or parts of it sound familiar?
How do INFPs validate that they are feeling the "right" thing in response to an issue? How do you know if your value or subsequent emotive response being analyzed by Fi is correct since you are introverted? What do you compare it against?
(This may make no sense at all....)