One of the things I immediately recognized in Orobas' response was the need to STFU and walk away. I do this based on instinct. Maybe it's another way to describe my need to throttle incoming information. Maybe it's more than just trying to prevent my Ne from becoming overstimulated. Perhaps it's about not letting my Fi overtake my response.
I've said it before, but it bears repeating here, that I think that one of the interesting things about Orobas is that she and I share some common Fi values. This means that not only do she and I share the entire ENFP thing, but also (because our Fi values overlap) we present our ENFP-ness in a similar way.
I was floored when I read what Orobas had said about incorporating logic into her Fi values. I consciously and pre-meditatedly do this, too. Not only was I raised to value logic and empiricism by my INTJ mother and ENTP father... But also, I was trained in college to detach and examine the world from an empirical/deductive perspective.
So thanks for pointing out the need to STFU as a critical life skill for ENFPs. I think you're very right.