I have been into typology for about 7 years and I first came across the MBTI whilst doing the Personalty BigFive test on Facebook. I was one of those people who thought they were INFJ for a really, really long time . I've only started studying the functions at the beginning of last year and realised that I am, in fact, some sort of NFP. It was sort of difficult to make the switch as I've been telling everyone that I was INFJ for such a long time.
However, I'm still torn between INFP and ENFP. I'm definitely an "introvert" in that I'm usually softspoken and I am perfectly content with being alone (in fact it is my preference). But like most people, I still get drained by being alone too much. I'm still wondering whether I could be a "cognitive extrovert" if we're going to talk purely about the functions. I'd like to believe that I'm individualistic and not easily influenced by outside sources but I honestly feel like I have a relatively weak sense of identity in comparison to my INFP friends. During my episodes of -introspection-, I seem to discover nothing about myself except for learning how disorderly and chaotic I actually am.
I have an intermediate understand of Socionics and I am cool with everything about it (except for the intertype relations). I am fairly certain that I am either an EII-Ne or IEE-Fi. But anyways, I might post a more detailed version of this in the Socionics or Type Me forums when I have time.
As for enneagram, I am still deciding between 9w1, 4w5 or 6w5.
I am currently 19 years old.